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by Roberto G. Fernandez

eBook Raining Backwards download ISBN: 0934770794
Author: Roberto G. Fernandez
Publisher: Arte Publico Pr; Second Printing edition (1988)
Language: English
Pages: 223
ePub: 1449 kb
Fb2: 1854 kb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: azw lrf mobi docx
Category: Literature
Subcategory: United States

Roberto G. Fernández (born 24 September 1951) is a Cuban American novelist and short story writer.

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Conflicts in "Raining Backwards" by Roberto G. Fernández By: Henry Pérez, "Publications of the Arkansas . Fernandez - Roberto G. Fernández Pour les articles homonymes, voir Fernández. Fernández By: Henry Pérez, "Publications of the Arkansas Philological Association," 2000 Fall; 26 (2): 33-44. of Cuba in Roberto G. Fernández's "Raining Backwards" By: Henry Pérez, "Publications of the Arkansas Philological Association," 1998 Fall; 24 (2): 47-57. Fernández est un écrivain américain d origine cubaine.

Generational Conflicts in Raining Backwards by Roberto G. Fernández By: Henry Pérez, Publications of the Arkansas . Fernández By: Henry Pérez, Publications of the Arkansas Philological Association, 2000 Fall; 26 (2): 33–44. Memories of Cuba in Roberto G. Fernández's Raining Backwards By: Henry Pérez, Publications of the Arkansas Philological Association, 1998 Fall; 24 (2): 47–57.

Satirical look at Cuban-American life in Miami. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. Raining Backwards is satire to one of its higest extents. Following the life of Cuban immigrants, who long for their homeland, struggle with their Americanized children, and attempt to hold on to their culture while clashing with a narrow-minded Anglo society.

The entertaining satire of the Cuban community in Miami is filled with hilarious scenes and characters, including a lovesick girl determined to be a cheerleader for the Miami Dolphins, a poor Cuban American who becomes Pope, another Cuban American who begins a guerrilla war to separate Florida from the Union and a ditsy plantain-chip magnate.