Lydia cabrera 1899 1991 was a legendary cuban ethnographer of afro cuban culture and the author of many books including el monte and vocabulario congo alberto hernandez chiroldes is a professor and chair of the spanish department at davidson college lauren yoder is james sprunt professor of french at davidson college. Lydia cabreras afro cuban tales remind of fables only fables set in cuba growing up cabrera becomes infatuated with the heritage and traditions of her home country and she decides to convey them through magical and supernatural tales. Afro cuban tales by lydia cabrera starting at 804 afro cuban tales has 2 available editions to buy at half price books marketplace. As much a storyteller as an ethnographer lydia cabrera was captivated by a strange and magical new world revealed to her by her afro cuban friends in early twentieth century havana in afro cuban tales this world comes to teeming life introducing english speaking readers to a realm of tenuous boundaries between the natural and the . The most recent english edition afro cuban tales 2004 is published by the university of nebraska press and translated by alberto hernandez chiroldes spanish professor and 1 cahill cabrera lydia afro cuban tales published by scholarly repository 2005
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