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Life on the hyphen: the Cuban-American wayGustavo Pérez Firmat 2012 © University of Texas Press
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With fascinating insights into how both ordinary and famous Cuban-Americans, including Desi Arnaz, Oscar Hijuelos, Gloria Estefan, and JoseÌ� Kozer, have lived 'life on the hyphen', this is an expanded, updated edition of the classic, award-winning study of Cuban-American culture.
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