In Cuba I Was a German Shepherd

In Cuba I Was a German Shepherd is the story of acuban small man called Máximo who spent good moments in Cuba and then live in USA with his family.

I liked the story because seems based on real life and shows how some latin America people go to USA to try to have a better life style.

In Miami, Máximo tried driving a taxi, but the streets were a web of foreign names and winding curves that could one day lead to glitter and another to the hollow end of a pistol. His Spanish and his University of Havana credentials meant nothing here.

The quote on page 1 from Ana Menéndez Book, In Cuba I Was aGerman Shepherd (Printed 2001, p. 2).

“​In Miami, Máximo tried driving a taxi, but the streetswere a web of foreign names and winding curves thatcould one day lead to glitter and another to the hollowend of a pistol. His Spanish and his University ofHavana credentials meant nothing here.” ​(Menéndez, 2001,p. 2).

References

Menéndez, A. 2001. ​In Cuba I Was a German Shepherd. NewYork, NY: The New York Times Company.

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