Cuban Currency is the first book to address the effects on Cuban literature of the country’s spectacular opening to foreign markets that marked the end of the twentieth century. Exploring the work of Zoé Valdés, Pedro Juan Gutiérrez, Antonio José Ponte, and others, Esther Whitfield draws out writers’ engagements with the troublesome commodification of Cuban identity.
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