• El Manana

  • Memorias de un exodo cubano (Texto Completo) [Tomorrow ]
  • By: Mirta Ojito
  • Narrated by: Mirta Ojito
  • Length: 10 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 12-21-07
  • Language: Spanish
  • Publisher: Recorded Books
  • 5 out of 5 stars 4.8 (23 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Pultizer Prize-winner Mirta Ojito offers the intriguing story of her exodus from Cuba. In 1980, 25,000 Cuban immigrants arrived in America, dubbed Marielitos for the port from which they departed. Ojito was 16. This audiobook is both a detailed history of the Mariel boatlift and the touching memoir of an immigrant who struggled to find herself in a new world.Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.
©2006 Mirta Ojito; (P)2007 Recorded Books
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5 out of 5 stars
By Mercedes on 01-24-08

Excellent-Brought me to tears!!!

This book truely gave me a better understanding of what type of people Cubans are and what the Cubans have and still are going thru in Cuba. I came to the USA when I was 6 in 1972 and even though my parents told me of the struggles I didn't quite get it...until now. A must read for all, especially Cuban-Americans.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Carlos on 09-27-16

Excelente novela del éxodo del Mariel en Cuba de los 80

Novela narrada por la autora del libro que cuenta la experiencia propia vivida por ella en su juventud cuando, producto del ingreso de un bus a la embajada de Perú en La Habana, se produjo un conflicto diplomático entre Perú y Cuba, ya que el gobierno peruano se negó a entregar a los asilados. En este conflicto se vio envuelto luego EEUU, quien autorizó, con aquiescencia de Fidel Castro, que cubanos residentes en EEUU pudieran ir a buscar en naves mercantes a sus familiares. Lo que Jimmy Cárter no previó fue el aprovechamiento de Fidel Castro, quien autorizó el zarpe de las naves en la medida que también se llevarán a otras personas especialmente seleccionadas, a los que el régimen llamaba los indeseables, como reclusos, homosexuales y toda persona que significará una carga. Producto de ese éxodo llegaron a Miami cerca de 126.000 cubanos, produciéndose una oleada de problemas en Miami en particular que llevó incluso a Jimmy Carter a perder la reelección. Novela muy documentada, muy bien escrita y que emociona porque proviene de la mano de una persona que vivió en carne propia los acontecimientos del puente marítimo del puerto del Mariel.

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