What Women Lose: Exile and the Construction of Imaginary

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María Cristina Rodríguez

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She was expecting a new life filled with prosperity and happiness, but when she crossed the border with this man, everything changed. As luxury travel is less common in Latin America than in other areas of the world, options are more limited. Writing from the “contact zone” of their Caribbean touristic encounters, they find themselves to be strangers at home. The second CELAC Summit will be held in 2014 in Havana, at a date yet to be announced.

Pages: 200

Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Inc. (March 29, 2005)

ISBN: 0820456756

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