Cuba: "diary Of A Revolution, Inside The Cuban Revolution With Fidel, Raul, Che, And Celia Sanchez" by Deena StrykerCuba: "diary Of A Revolution, Inside The Cuban Revolution With Fidel, Raul, Che, And Celia Sanchez" by Deena Stryker

Cuba: "diary Of A Revolution, Inside The Cuban Revolution With Fidel, Raul, Che, And Celia Sanchez"

byDeena Stryker

Paperback | July 15, 2016

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CUBA, A DIARY OF THE REVOLUTION Inside the Cuban Revolution with Fidel, Raul, Che, and Celia Sanchez It has been nearly five decades since Deena Stryker, then Boyer, journeyed to Cuba. Deena, a photojournalist went to revolutionary Cuba to both write and photograph the struggles, the trials and disagreements, the victories, and losses of the Cuban people. There she experienced the revolution first hand and enjoyed numerous conversations and powerful moments with its revolutionary leaders-Castro, Che, Celia, and a host of Revolutionaries. Deena's observations, her conversations are poignant, insightful, and tremendously informative, as she sheds light on numerous personal moments- thoughts, motivations, fears, and dreams. Cuba, A Diary of the Revolution is the documented account of that journey during the early years of Cuba's revolution in the early 1960's and also a candid look at the Cuba of today as it comes to detente with the US.
Philadelphian Deena Stryker studied in Paris, became a French citizen by marriage, debuted at Agence France Presse in Rome, then, as Deena Boyer, followed Fellini's creative process for The Two Hundred Days of '81/2'. The proceeds enabled her to interview Fidel Castro for a major French weekly, meeting with him again a week after the K...
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Title:Cuba: "diary Of A Revolution, Inside The Cuban Revolution With Fidel, Raul, Che, And Celia Sanchez"Format:PaperbackDimensions:444 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:July 15, 2016Publisher:Tayen Lane PublishingLanguage:English

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"A fascinating view of Fidel and Raul Castro in the early 1960s; of Celia Sanchez, a woman who was critical to the success of the revolution but is little-known in the U.S.; and of Che Guevara, who clearly demonstrates his well-known impatience with women as he deals with Stryker, a young American-French journalist on assignment in Cuba for Paris Match. Stryker interacts with these remarkable leaders in their everyday lives, observing them as they try to create a new human-focused society while simultaneously dealing with the nearby world power and its attempts to eradicate both the revolution and its leaders (http://www.tayenlane.com/cuba)."-Mick Winter, author of Cuba for the Misinformed