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She specializes in contemporary Caribbean narrative and Postcolonial theory. Her interests include Cuban literature of the s, Pan-Caribbean cultural studies, and Latin American twentieth-century literature. Following the fall of the Berlin Wall, Cuba sank into the worst economic crisis of its modern history. In Fernando Trueba's film, meals punctuate the progress of the plot, as Fernando, the young protagonist who has deserted the army after a failed Republican coup, successively falls in love with each of the four daughters in the house where he has taken refuge. Indeed, the food prepared by Fernando, who has been trained as a cook at the seminary, not only is exhibited, savored, and discussed, but also seduces, determines friendship, evokes memories, and even secures a wedding at the end. As my Cuban friends recalled, no sooner had Fernandos heavenly delicacies covered the big screen at La Rampa theater than the audience , only half mockingly, began shouting "Please, turn it off! This is torture!

He only takes a job out of desperation when his black market scheming quits bearing fruit or he can't find a woman to make money for him. Havana is crumbling. The infrastructure is on life support. Bathrooms don't work, and there is no one to fix them. Grand old mansions have been turned into apartment buildings sometimes holding people. The building that Pedro Juan is squatting in has an ebb and flow to it. People coming from the country, people going to jail, and people finding temporary salvation living off a foreigner keep the building occupant numbers in flux.

There is this point in the novel that for me really showed the decrepitude of the circumstances that people are reduced to. Pedro Juan is standing in line to use a bathroom on the rooftop of his building.

The bathroom doesn't work and a mound of crap is slowly advancing into the room. Pedro Juan decides he can't wait any longer he craps into a piece of paper, wads it up and throws his offering onto the rooftop of the building next door. Okay maybe I have been a member of the middle class too long, but I would do any work, whatever was available, to avoid finding myself in circumstances where I am taking a crap in front of my neighbors into a piece of paper and tossing that wad like a bomb onto a neighboring building.

There are people that may be there because they have no other options, but Pedro Juan has choices. He is educated and capable, but being FREE is more important. Pedro Juan has his own theories about the horrors of being middle class. That's why they're always scared and want to be told what's wrong. They think everything's deviant behavior. It must be terrible to middle class and judge everything from a distance like that, never trying anything out for yourself.

I can sit in my arm chair and pick up a book and spend a day in the slums of Havana or New Delhi or Detroit. I don't feel the need to experience poverty first hand.

Crumbling Cuba When I was going to college there was many times when the gas gauge of my car was setting on empty, that blaring amber round light burning a hole into my retina. Many times I found myself with two thin dimes in my pocket and a bit hazy on the last time I had eaten.

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I brushed up against poverty and in no way am I making a case that I experienced any true hardship, but those brief moments of uncertainty made me realize that I was going to do everything I could to not find myself in such circumstances again.

Like this presentation? Why not share! An annual anal Embed Size px. Start on. Show related SlideShares at end. WordPress Shortcode. Published in: Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. No Downloads. Views Total views. Kant suggests that there is an color of military uniforms, and, more spe- enormous amount of beauty in seeing di- cifically, that of the Comandante, which sasters from a sheltered place, as we can he still wears for official acts—seems to fantasize about the idea that maybe we imply that the European visits Havana could be a match.

As Are we paying to feel like participants opposed to other Caribbean islands, which in a historical drama for six days and seven offer fantasies ranging from a pre-Adamic nights? What, sic, but also permits the tourist to experi- then, would those truths be? Or, put dif- ence a twentieth-century world un- ferently, what truths are those that the touched by the very industrialization and ethnographic reader misses in his or her capitalist excess that allows him or her to attention to the local?

In fact, although travel to the island to witness it first hand. Isolated by the US, of human experience. Bourdieu claims a universally human form of animality that that the key to a social order resides in transcends the local and the historical. If pre-verbal ideas of what is good, beauti- behind the denial of corporeality implied ful, decent, acceptable, moral, appropri- in the notion of pure aesthetic apprecia- ate, etc.

There is no beauty that as an aesthetic experience prompts us to is disinterested, and no art that offers re- question the premise that any one reader— demption. For the Postmodern reader, art either inside or outside of Cuba—is indeed should not even pretend to do so. And here, I think, resides stincts, thus unveiling, and even shaking, the beauty of it. For Bourdieu, that we can never totally rid ourselves of. The Postmodern reader countries as art is expected to be didactic.

Although can be imagined as one who is tired of the popularity of art consumption in Cuba clearly beauty being beautiful and finds that nov- results from the cultural and educational policies els with a carefully orchestrated architec- developed by the revolutionary project, it is neces- ture have their own way of being violent. Sub- to see realities different from their own. Guillermina De Ferrari 41 3 5 There is a presumably large overlap between While the writing in the first series of vi- the life of the author and that of the protagonist- gnettes is behaviorist in tone, it does achieve some narrator.

For the role played by hygiene politics in Rosenthal as: La vie grouille dans la rue, ing that: Fogel 70, emphasis in the original 8 [ Overcrowded universe, solares 13, This is the view tapes, the volume always at its loud- traditionally held among the general public in re- est.

They are not just black ghettos, lation to photography, and among traditional eth- but autonomous worlds with their nographers. I subscribe to this view. I could nography. Maybe they wanted to phy, see Philippe Lejeune, Le Pacte autobiogra- identify my accent.

Others had already been curi- phique. For a discussion of the autobiographical in ous, though mainly street vendors and jineteros. Was I looking focus on either sex, or politics, or poverty, but for the journalist, perhaps? Four, five times I heard only a few have the sensitivity necessary to under- the same thing. Yes, he boy Brazil.

He must be out. Try later. It is I came back later that day and finally found him necessary to clarify, however, that the classifica- at home. That was the first of several encounters I tions I have devised fundamentally belong to the have had with him. Apparently, in the of editions, translations, awards, interviews, etc. This sider right now. Indeed, on an extremely hot July after- natural disasters when seen from a safe place, as noon in , I ventured into Pedro Juan Gu- they: I had managed to get his ad- elevate the strength of our soul above dress.

I had been there that morning. I had walked its usual level, and allow us to dis- up the eight flights that would lead me to his cover within ourselves a capacity for house, only to find no one. The Decline and Fall of the Lettered sure ourselves against the apparent all- City: Latin America in the Cold War.

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