Stereotypes In Cuba

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Topics: Books, Entertainment News From the moment in November 1999 when “Cuban boy” Elián González was rescued from a capsized raft on his way to the United States until last June, when federal marshals snatched him from his Miami relatives after a long standoff, the Cuban exile community was in the media spotlight. Week after week shouting protesters manned the barricades demanding that Elián not be returned to his father in Cuba. The men and women who populate “In Cuba I Was a German Shepherd” may or may not have been part of those protests — thankfully, it’s hard to tell. This debut collection by Ana Menéndez goes beyond the strident stereotypes to create a clear-eyed, sorrowful portrait of the Cubans who fled the island after Fidel Castro…show more content…
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