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Eating Moors and Christians

Eating Moors and Christians depicts a conflicted history and utilizes the Cuban Revolution as a springboard from which to discuss what is at the center of exile literature—liminality. It explores universal issues as it aims to enlarge the scope of diaspora literature and transcend boundaries of ethnicity, expanding the conversation about the work of Cuban-American writers.

124 pages | 6 x 9 1/4

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Table of Contents

CUBAN IRONY • El Bayú • Hector, 1969 • Cuban Irony • Peluquera • I Was a Cold War Baby • This Is a Photograph of Me • Looking South • On Hearing That I Will Be Able to Return to Cuba • Unearthing the Remains • Quickening Days • Pizza • Voyeur • This Is No

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