8 edition of In the Cold of the Malecon and Other Stories found in the catalog.
by City Lights Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Cola Franzen (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||127|
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In the Cold of the Malecon and Other Stories Paperback – January 1, by Antonio Jose Ponte (Author), Cola Franzen (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
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[Antonio José Ponte; Cola Franzen; Dick Cluster] -- "In these renegade stories, set in Cuba during the hard times following the collapse of the Soviet Union, people go to work only to find that their jobs no longer exist.
They joke and tell stories. In the Cold of the Malecón and Other Stories. Departing from both the utopian-political and the romantic-baroque styles of past Cuban literature, Ponte deftly sketches a picture of a contemporary Cuba that is very different from the stereotype of Caribbean life, full of.
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In the Cold of the Malecon & Other Stories by Antonio Jose Ponte Havana Red by Leonardo Padura Fuentes Cuba is intriguing, it’s mysterious, it’s rich in cultural tradition, it’s just 90 miles off the tip of Florida, and. it’s forbidden. In the Cold of the Malecon by Antonio Jose Ponte In these short stories, set in s Cuba during the hard times following the collapse of the Soviet Union, people go to work only to find that their jobs no longer exist.
They joke and tell stories from the past, live aimlessly, uncertain about what the future holds. In the Cold of the Malecon and Other Stories book on the Malecon by Aubrey Parr has all the elements to be a great story.
The first thing I had to do when I received this book was Google Malecon. Malecón is a word used in Spanish-speaking countries, and especially in nations of Latin America, for a stone-built embankment or esplanade along a waterfront/5.
Dick Cluster has translated four books for City Lights: In the Cold of the Malecón and Other Stories () by Antonio José Ponte, Frigid Tales () by Pedro de Jesus, A Corner of the World () by Mylene Fernández-Pintado, and Poso Wells () by Gabriela Alemán.
His own novels include Return to Sender (), Repulse Monkey: Book 2 in the Alex Glauberman. In the cold of the Malecón & other stories. Translators Cola Franzen, Dick Cluster. City Lights Books. ISBN Cola Franzen. Antonio José Ponte (). Tales from the Cuban empire. Translators Cola Franzen. City Lights Books.
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[Ann Louise Bardach;] -- Travel to Cuba in the company of its finest writers and gain an understanding of its remarkable mystique. The twenty-one stories in this collection some of which appear in English for the first time.
Despite the symbolism of the Malecon as "the last stand against the other side, the ultimate frontier," says Portocarero, "on Saturday nights we choose to.
Herman Portocarero, a former diplomat in Cuba, refers to the seaside Malecón, the wall and promenade that run along Havana’s coastline facing north toward the United States, as “the last. A fisherman takes some last minutes before a storm hits Cuba’s Malecon.
The Malecón was subdued; perhaps the storms contained the masses. Cuba is the most populated island in the Caribbean, with just over 11 million people calling the country home, and yet, on a cold and rainy February day we found pure tranquility and solitude on Havana’s Malecón.
Cola Franzen published fifteen books of translations, among them poetry, fiction, and criticism by notable Spanish and Latin American authors. Rate this book. Clear rating.
1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. Scraps of Life: Chilean Arpilleras: In the Cold of the Malecon and Other Stories by. Antonio José 4/5. Poeta, ensayista y narrador. Ha publicado, entre otros títulos, Las comidas profundas (Deleatur, Angers, ), Asiento en las ruinas (Renacimiento, Sevilla, ), In the Cold of the Malecón & Other Stories (City Lights Books, San Francisco, ), Cuentos de todas partes del imperio (Deleatur, Angers, ), Un seguidor de Montaigne mira La.
In the eyes of the world’s media, Cold War animosity is all but a thing of the past. Tourists visit the island by the busload and warn others to follow their lead “before the Americans get in!” The coverage of Pope Francis’s recent visit depicted a healthy, happy nation and a promising future for all in its inhabitants, finally released.
A comic expressionist view of contemporary Cuba slowly, slyly emerges from this unusual group of seven linked stories from the Havana poet and author of, most recently, the collection In the Cold of the Malecón ().
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