6 edition of A Taste Of Cuba found in the catalog.
September 30, 2004
by Interlink Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Claudia Lightfoot (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||139|
Book Description Tastes Like Cuba is the moving account of an exile searching for the identity he's lost and becoming someone else in the process. An internationally acclaimed playwright, Eduardo Machado has grappled with questions of identity, loss and resistance throughout his life and work. "A Taste of Cuba highlights a part of Cuba that many believed was asleep: Cuba's cuisine, which is a unique mixture of aboriginal, African, European and American styles. I am very greatful to be a part of A Taste of Cuba. Let this be the beginning of many closer relations between the Price: $
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An internationally acclaimed playwright, Eduardo Machado has grappled with questions of identity, loss and resistance throughout his life and work. He hasÂ—more than any other playwrightÂ—been able to convey the experiences of both the Cubans who chose to 5/5(1).The Cold War between the United States and Cuba significantly restricted travel to Cuba.
In fact, the closest most people could ever get to Cuba was Miami. I went to Miami in and made sure to visit Little Havana, home to many Cuban immigrants, in order to get a taste of the Cuban scene—and wow—a taste is exactly what I got!