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The palace of the white skunks

Reinaldo Arenas - Fiction - 1990 - 356 pages
In the wake of Castro's uprising, Fortunato leaves his ruined village in search of a better life only to become caught up in the bitter fires of revolution
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Old Rosa: A Novel in Two Stories

Reinaldo Arenas - Fiction - 1994 - 106 pages
A terrifying and beautiful novel, Old Rosa is composed of two stories that converge on a single charged point in the lives of a Cuban mother and son. In the first, the mother ...
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The Doorman

Reinaldo Arenas - Fiction - 1994 - 191 pages
Arenas's first work set in the United States breaks new ground with the story of a young Cuban refugee who becomes a doorman at a luxury apartment building. Oddly alienated ...
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Before Night Falls

Reinaldo Arenas - Biography & Autobiography - 2010 - 430 pages
This shocking memoir by the Cuban writer Reinaldo Arenas is a book about sexual, political and artistic freedom. In Before Night Falls, Arenas recounts his journey from a ...
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Mona and Other Tales

Reinaldo Arenas - Fiction - 2007 - 208 pages
Mona and Other Tales covers Reinaldo Arenas's entire career: his recently rediscovered debut (which got him a job at the Biblioteca Nacional in Havana), stories written in a ...
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North of Hell

Miguel Correa Mujica, Alexis Romay, Reinaldo Arenas - Fiction - 2008 - 86 pages
A powerful, angry novel about conditions in contemporary Cuba.
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Graveyard of the Angels

Reinaldo Arenas - Fiction - 1987 - 121 pages
Cecilia Valdes, illegitimate, mulatto daughter of Don Candido, a slave trader, unknowingly falls in love with her half-brother, Leonardo
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The Assault

Reinaldo Arenas - Fiction - 1994 - 145 pages
The narrator offers his surrealistic impressions of life in Cuba as he struggles to maintain his sanity in the face of brutal repression
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El Central: (a Cuban Sugar Mill)

Reinaldo Arenas - Fiction - 1984 - 93 pages
A combination of prose and poetry portrays a young man's fight to survive the harsh working conditions in a sugar mill
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