Before Night Falls
The shocking personal and political memoir of one of the most visionary writers to emerge from Castro's Cuba. This explosive story names names and breaks through the code of secrecy and silence that protects the privileged in a state where homosexuality is a political crime punishable by imprisonment.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - wandering_star - LibraryThing
I only managed to read a few pages of this book. The problem for me here was that it seemed to gallop at speed but without much detail or thoughtfulness through the events of his life - this happened ... Read full review
Review: Before Night FallsUser Review - Allie - Goodreads
While Arenas' memoir has the pretensions of being a heartbreaking literary account of life in Castro's Cuba for a homosexual writer, it is really a highly embellished narcissistic machismo fest in ... Read full review