Over the past few years, Patricio has traveled to and from Cuba, taking notes on all that has unfolded since Fidel Castro stepped down in 2006
How does one narrate the end of one of the most relevant political processes in modern history? What is there to note when visiting an island that, slowly but surely, is becoming more modern? Both questions stem from an undeniable reality: an entire chapter of modern history is coming to an end.
With his finger on the pulse of everyday life in Cuba, Patricio Fernández recounts, among other things, the reestablishment of diplomatic relations with the United States, visits by Pope Francis and the Rolling Stones, the death of Fidel Castro and the Colombian Peace Process, and much more.
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BY PATRICIO FERNÁNDEZ:
Cuba. Viaje al fin de la Revolución NON-FICTION, 2018 La calle me distrajo NON-FICTION, 2012 Los nenes NOVEL, 2008 Escritos plebeyos NON-FICTION, 2003 Ferrantes NOVEL, 2001