This book belongs to a series called American Tropics: Towards a Literary Geography. The series of American Tropics provides a new way to the writing of literary history. This book deals with Oriente as a place, in which people from outside have been drawn. Oriente is also considered as a ground where Cubans and non-Cubans, orientales and non-orientales have often met, with both sides giving accounts of their meetings in a variety of forms. Moreover, this book covers Sierra Maestra, Guantánamo Bay and Jiguaní. Finally, an overview of the chapters included in this book is given.
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