Writing to Cuba : filibustering and Cuban exiles in the United States
A study of the exiled Cuban writers from the 19th century known as los filibusteros who created a body of literature demanding independence from Spain and alliance with or annexation to the US. The transnational culture of writers went hand in hand with economic flow between the countries and was fuelled by belief in a US promise of freedom.
Print Book, English, 2005
University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 2005
x, 252 p. ; 25 cm.
El filibustero : symbol of the battle for Cuba
Annexation and independence : newspaper wars and transnational Cuba
Men of action : revolutionary masculinity and women writers
El mulato : race, land, and labor in the Americas
A filibustero's novel : Cecilia Valdéz and a memory of nation
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