Cuban-American literature of exile has experienced a boom during the nineties and, consequently, the variety and quantity of critical and theoretical works about this experience has increased considerably. Within this corpus, Alvarez Borland's book provides a comprehensive history and analysis of the Cuban Diaspora after 1959, emphasizing the complex relationship between literature and history as she examines the way Cuban-American writers, at different times, have re-created historical events after the Revolution through their personal experiences in exile.
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