Cuba in the American Imagination: Metaphor and the Imperial Ethos

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"Both the author and the University of North Carolina Press are to be commended for their publication. This is, in short, a text that will be of great interest to students of American expansionism specifically and to students of empire generally. For scholars of Cuban history, it is a must read."--"American Historical Review"

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"[A] brilliant and intellectually challenging analysis of the metaphors that have shaped and informed the American view of Cuba over the last 200 years. . . . An essential book for those seriously interested in a deep understanding of Cuba-U.S. relations."--Progreso-weekly.com

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