This moving and humane autobiography records the life of a man imprisoned for over three decades. His mother was a simple and natural Cuban, and his father was a soldier in the Cuban army; Luis Perez was the eldest son of a family in turmoil during the Cuban revolution of 1959. As a young and confused teenager, he arrived in the United States with his brother and mother to be confronted with the challenge of a different culture, different language, and different home.
This book takes us on a journey through Cuba, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and the USA - from happy and free childhood to incarcerated manhood. Luis Perez's trials and tribulations, joys, and confusion are expressed in the language of a man who has never given up hope. His determination to be free, his positive attitude, his incessant fight for human rights and his care for our global environment will strike a thought-provoking cord in the hearts of many a reader.
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Despartriado Man Without Country
- Paperback: 188 pages Publisher: AuthorHouse; 1st edition (July 17, 2002) Language: English ISBN-10: 0759680841 ISBN-13: 978-0759680845 Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches