Santiago de Cuba: Editoral Oriente (Colección Heredia), 1988. First edition. Paperback. 72p., illus., wrps. Very Good. Item #191601
"Una Mujer" deals with the typical aspects of the life in the fields, reflecing the realationships within a family of rich peasants, Spanish father, Cuban mother and how she comes to be included witha tyrannical system of exploitation, where the preservation of assets and the education of children are detrimental to filial love.
The freshness and ingenuity of the narrator stand out in this novelette-testimony. Without apparent technical complexities. "Una Mujer", with its spontaneous developement, reaches enough values to be considered an important piece in our contemporary literature.