José A. Figueroa: a Cuban self-portrait

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Cristina Vives, Dannys Montes de Oca
Turner, 2009 - Performing Arts - 382 pages
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For over four decades, Cuban photographer José A. Figueroa (born 1946) has chronicled his nation's trials. Too young to have seen the Revolution, Figueroa belongs to a generation that was nonetheless old enough to witness this seismic shift in his nation's infrastructure. A Cuban Self-Portraitdescribes Cuba's singular character.

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Sus piernas flojas sólo sirven para el Rock Los sesenta
Julio bien vale una fiesta Los setenta

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About the author (2009)

Jose Figueroa was born and raised in Puerto Rico but has been living in the Lone Star State of Texas for over 23 years. After spending time in Houston and Austin, he is now living in Frisco, just north of Dallas. As a Christian Personal Finance Coach, he has a passion for helping people get control of their money. Jose understands from personal experience that managing finances can be challenging and overwhelming.

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