Paradiso

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ALLCA XX, Université Paris X, Centre de recherches latino-américaines, Jan 1, 1993 - 762 pages
In the wake of his father's premature death, Jose Cemi comes of age in a turn-of-the-century Cuba described in the "Washington Post" as "an island paradise where magic and philosophy twist the lives of the old Cuban bourgeoisie into extravagant wonderful shapes."

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Notas finales
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HISTORIA DEL TEXTO
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La imagen histórica en Paradiso Raquel Carrió Mendía
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