Poetas cubanos exiliados en España (1959-2022)*

Felipe LázaroDirector de la Editorial Betania y los muertos echan brotes y florecen PAUL CELAN El exilio cubano en España desde 1959 Una de las consecuencias más trágicas y negativas de la Revolución cubana ha sido el masivo, sucesivo y gigantesco éxodo de ciudadanos cubanos durante estos 63 años de poder totalitario en Cuba. Desde …

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RU in Hindsight: “Ubi Sunt,” by Phyllis Zeisel

Ubi Sunt Phyllis Zeisel Where are the footsteps that once reechoed along narrow corridors patterned with light, through the thoughtful silence of the library? Where are the feet that wore small hollows on the steps in Linden and Middle, that raced across the hockey field in the crisp days of Autumn? Where are the voices, …

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Brief Biography and Bibliography of Reinaldo Arenas

Radamés Suárez  Reinaldo Arenas was born on July 16, 1943 in the Cuban easternmost province of Oriente, the illegitimate son of José Arenas and Oneida Fuentes. Raised in poverty in the countryside, he grew up to be one of the most talented and prolific writers of the Hispanic World despite the relative cultural sterility of …

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RU in Hindsight: “To Walt Whitman,” by Wilma Anderson

To Walt Whitman Wilma Anderson, '24 You overwhelm me, Walt Whitman, With your gutter songs and your God songs, With your songs without rhyme and meter, With your triumphant audacity that ignores the fetters of classical bondage. You are the poet of all thoughts, of all men and women, and of the inanimate things which …

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RU in Hindsight: “Cassandra,” by Jane Addams

Cassandra Jane Addams, '81 Upon the broad Trojan plain for ten years the mighty warriors of Greece and Troy fought hand to hand for honor and justice. Safe within the city walls the stately Trojan dames ever wove with golden threads the history of the conflict. To one of these beautiful women, to Cassandra, daughter …

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