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by Roman de la Campa

Author: Roman de la Campa
Subcategory: Leaders & Notable People
Language: English
Publisher: Verso (September 3, 2002)
Pages: 192 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.4
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A very realistic story of the saga of the Cuban Nation split in two! The frustation of realizing that the main obstacle for peace remains the narrow minds of the "totalitarian style folks" that mirror each other's destrucive behavior within Cuba and in exile. Must be wait until the old generation passes on, or are we allowing them to contaminate this generation with their Castro-centric hatred??

Journeys to a Severed Nation. by Román de la Campa. A good read and highly recommended for those who wish to have an insider’s view into the social and political conditions of the respective nations.

Journeys to a Severed Nation. In the end it’s obvious de la Campa is not of Miami or Cuba but from somewhere in between. This is the most profound discovery in the book and a revelation sure to have a wide resonance among others in the same predicament.

Cuba on My Mind: Journeys to a Severed Nation. In this thought-provoking book, a leading Mexican intellectual explores the theoretical and practical challenges presented by such a hybrid state. The Location of Culture. In particular, Nestor Garcia Canclini questions whether Latin America can move toward democracy and compete in a global marketplace without giving in to temptations of elitism or losing its cultural identity.

His publications take a comparative view Latin American, American and Latino literatures, theory and other cultural practices.

His publications take a comparative view Latin American, American and Latino literatures, theory and other cultural practices

Cuba on My Mind: Journeys to a Severed Nation. de Varona, Manuel A. El Drama de Cuba o La Revolución Traicionada. de Zéndegui, Guillermo. 182 pp. de la Cova, Antonio. Cuban Confederate Colonel: The Life of Ambrosio Jose Gonzales. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2003. Miami: Librería Continental, 1954. 222 pp. Debray, Régis.

The Cuban Revolution has certainly, according to scholar Român de la Campa, found its primary source of inspiration in confronting American brawn (13) and ten American . Cuba on My Mind: Journeys to a Severed Nation. London and New York: Verso, 2000.

The Cuban Revolution has certainly, according to scholar Român de la Campa, found its primary source of inspiration in confronting American brawn (13) and ten American presidents encountered a resolute, fiercely independent Fidel Castro. Hybrid Identity Cuban Revolution Political Refugee Cuban Missile Crisis Eightieth Birthday. Garcia Canclini, Néstor.

Roman de la Campa, nacido en La Habana, Cuba, es profesor de la Universidad de Pensilvania, en Filadelfia. Su campo de especializacion incluye la cultura y literatura latinoamericanas con enfasis particular en la produccion y recepcion teoricas. Entre sus libros se encuentran America Latina y sus comunidades discursivas: literatura y cultura en la era global (CELARG, 1998); Latin Americanism (Minnesota University Press, 1999); Cuba on My Mind: Journeys to a Severed Nation (Verso, 2000); Nuevas cartografias latinoamericanas, entre otros.

Author: Roman de la Campa.

Campa Roman de la. 2006. London, New York: Verso. Translated by Sylvana Tomaselli. New York, London: Norton. Revolution (December), Habana. Cardenal, Ernesto, ed. 1976. Poesia cubana de la revolucion.

In this moving and personal account of the forty-three-year-old divide between Cuba and its exile population in the United States, Román de la Campa questions both sides of a family feud that is acutely reflective of its own experience. Taking the three migration waves of Cubans to the United States as a historical background to his own story, the author details the continuing rift between Havana and Miami and the shaping, in the light of globalization and post-socialism, of a Cuban national split which has obvious consequences for both countries.