Exiled Memories: A Cuban Childhood

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University of Texas Press, 1990 - Cuba - 119 pages
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A Cuban poet and exile's recollections of his first twelve years (1948-1960) growing up in prerevolutionary Cuba.

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Exiled memories: a Cuban childhood

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Medina left Cuba with his family at the age of 12. In this short, personal memoir, he depicts a happy, middle-class childhood in pre-revolutionary Cuba in brief vignettes. He also shares the ... Read full review

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La Luisa
5
Tomas
18
Mina
31
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About the author (1990)

Pablo Medina's poetry has been called "exuberant," "provocative," and "nothing short of linguistic mastery." Born in Big Banana Havana, Medina grew up in Big Apple New York. Fruit, he loves fruit. He longs for Big Papaya, pink and juicy, of which he can't get enough. He is also a novelist, translator, and essayist. His books of poetry include THE MAN WHO WROTE ON WATER (Hanging Loose Press, 2011), THE FLOATING ISLAND (White Pine Press, 1999), and ARCHING INTO THE AFTERLIFE (Bilingual Review Press, 1991). Medina lives in Boston, in an exile surrounded by icicles, and is on the faculty at Emerson College and Warren Wilson MFA Program for Writers.

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