Do a Maria Do a Maria vokste opp i en velst ende familie p Cuba f r revolusjonen Hun var kvinnen som ofret seg selv for holde familien samlet N lever hun i en liten leilighet i sitt barndomshjem som kommunisten

  • Title: Doña Maria
  • Author: Cecilia Samartin Jorunn Leite
  • ISBN: 9788282052399
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Do a Maria vokste opp i en velst ende familie p Cuba f r revolusjonen Hun var kvinnen som ofret seg selv for holde familien samlet.N lever hun i en liten leilighet i sitt barndomshjem, som kommunistene har gjort om til et leilighetskompleks.Do a Maria tror at hennes adoptivs nn Ernesto er trygg i utlandet Sannheten er at han lever under grufulle forhold som politiskDo a Maria vokste opp i en velst ende familie p Cuba f r revolusjonen Hun var kvinnen som ofret seg selv for holde familien samlet.N lever hun i en liten leilighet i sitt barndomshjem, som kommunistene har gjort om til et leilighetskompleks.Do a Maria tror at hennes adoptivs nn Ernesto er trygg i utlandet Sannheten er at han lever under grufulle forhold som politisk fange i fengselet i Havana.Hans kone Silvia drar gang p gang til fengselet, men nektes adgang Her blir hun kjent med de andre kvinnene p venterommet.Hver s ndag inviterer Silvia dem til g fra huset hennes, til messen i Santa Rita kirken, kledd i hvitt, med en rosa gladiol i h nden.Frihetsbevegelsen Las Damas de Blanco , Kvinner i hvitt , er f dt.

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    1. Cecilia Samartin Jorunn Leite

      I was born in Cuba at the height of the revolution My family left when I was nine months old so I have no memories of my own, although I borrowed countless memories from my parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins I grew up in a quiet Los Angeles suburb and secretly dreamed of becoming a writer, but after high school I decided to study psychology instead and became a marriage and family therapist I m glad I did because my experience as a therapist is what finally inspired me to face my fears, and embrace my dream of becoming a writer Most of my clients over the years have been immigrants like me so many of my stories reflect the themes of lost homeland, and the search for meaning identity in a new world I think of myself as a story teller than a writer Perhaps because as a story teller it is easier to envision myself engaging in a two way conversation with my readers, much as I do with my clients Nothing is gratifying for me than to receive comments and messages from my readers I learn so much, and it inspires me as nothing else to keep writing.

    329 thoughts on “Doña Maria”

    1. A wonderful novel, over an important novel Its good to see Samartin grow as an author, and to write about her cuban heritage I understand why Cuban authorities aren t pleased with the novel and its criticism of the conditions in the prisons, the social situations at Cuba and the praise of the women in white, whom I admire deeply It might not be Samartin s best novel, but none the less an important novel, both for Samartin and the cuban people.



    2. As always Samartin delivers I love the way she writes as always , and that is one of the biggest reasons why I have read all her books so far I just loved this book, this also might be the best book she has ever written I love the honesty she has towards Cuba and The Woman in white I have always been interested in Cuba for some reason, that is also why I really loved this book I think what s happening there is horrible, and I pray with all my heart that change will come Viva Cuba



    3. There is no words to describe Cecilia She is genius and lovely and her character and plots makes my heart ache.


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