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El hombre, la hembra y el hambre (La Habana oculta #3)

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Tercera entrega de la tetralogía "La Habana oculta", "El hombre, la hembra y el hambre", es una novela de la escritora cubana Daína Chaviano, con la que su autora obtuvo el Premio Azorín de Novela en 1998. Publicada por la editorial Planeta ese mismo año, es la primera obra literaria de alcance universal que retrata el mundo de las «jineteras» (prostitutas) surgidas en esa ...more
Hardcover, 312 pages
Published September 1st 1998 by Planeta Publishing (first published January 1st 1970)
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Patricia Coloma
Sep 26, 2015 Patricia Coloma rated it it was amazing
Este libro es una metáfora sobre la situación en Cuba y de como esta se asemeja al hambre. Tiene un lenguaje muy poético lleno de sensuales metáforas. La espiritualidad afrocubana en su relación con la memoria histórica hacen de esta novela un texto esencial.
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Sep 02, 2011 Susana rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: en-casa
De los mejores libros que he leído sobre la revolución cubana, escrito por una de sus hijas. Una crítica honesta y demoledora.
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Shelves: cuba
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Daína Chaviano's style bears no resemblance to other works by Latin American or Hispanic writers. Although Cuba is the point of departure in some of her novels, the ambience of these works more closely approximates Anglo-Saxon fantastic literature. She melds realistic and historical elements with aspects of science fiction, fantasy, eroticism, mythology, politics, and magic, all developed in a ...more
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