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Excerpts from diaries and letters from and to children, wives and parents of the five Cubans imprisoned in the United States for 'espionage'. Provides a glimpse of how ordinary families strive to maintain connections in extraordinary circumstances. With an introduction by Alice Walker and a preface by Cuban poet Nancy Morejon, Letters Of Love And Hope is a moving examination of human dignity and the power of hope. Also includes a succinct legal analysis of the case by Leonard Weinglass, outlining how it has significantly violated international law.
Nancy Morejon is the best known and most widely translated woman poet of post-revolutionary Cuba and regularly tours the United States. Her work addresses contemporary issues of ethnicity, gender, history, politics, and Afro-Cuban identity. Alice Walker has received numerous awards for her fiction, non-fiction and poetry, including the Pulitzer Prize in 1983 for The Color Purple.