Reinaldo Arenas - Fiction - 1986 - 413 pages
Twice confiscated by Cuban authorities and rewritten from memory, this litany of despair--the story of life in totalitarian Cuba--is told through the voice of a wife (who ...
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 ...
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
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
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
Fiction - 1996 - 197 pages
From the Publisher: "One of Latin America's most gifted novelists".-"Washington Post Book World". A finalist for the National Book Award for her 1995 novel, "La Casa de la ...