Contrapunteo Cubano Del Tabaco Y El Azucar/Cuban Counterpoint Of Tabacco & Sugar (Letras Hispanicas, ) has 73 ratings and 5 reviews. Nicholas said. Armando Chávez-Rivera, an assistant professor at the University of Houston- Victoria, has published four books, among them Cuba per se. , Undetermined, Book edition: Contrapunteo cubano del tabaco y el azucar: advertencia de sus contrastes agrarios, economicos, y su transculturacion.

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Visit Harry Ransom Center. Currently his academic research is concentrated on Spanish-American literature while he maintains his work as a columnist for the Latin American Data Base, a unit of the Latin American and Iberian Institute of the University of New Mexico.

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Contrapunteo cubano del tabaco y del azúcar

Skip to content Skip to search. Add a tag Cancel Be the first to add a tag for this edition. Working as not only an early and vital historical text, Cuban Counterpoint also offers much to those looking for an early sociological look at Cuba or simply a genuinely inventive and vibrant piece of literature that celebrates the Cuban spirit.


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