|提及的人：||Fidel Castro; Fidel Castro; Gabriel García Márquez; Gabriel García Márquez; Gabriel Garcia Marquez; Fidel Castro|
Angel Esteban; Diane Stockwell; Stéphanie Panichelli
|ISBN:||9781605980584 : 1605980587|
|注意：||Translation of: Gabo y Fidel.|
|描述：||xii, 340 p. ; 24 cm.|
|内容：||Introduction: art and flies --
pt. one: Love in springtime --
Gods at play --
If right to know is not a right, then it must be a left --
Fade to black: the Padilla case --
pt. two: The power and the glory --
The lure of power --
The patriarch in his autumn --
Who's not in the family photo? --
The "queen of the Caribbean": all ashore --
Cubans in Angola: "Operation Carlota" --
Flying high --
First class --
The price of paradise --
pt. three: From Cuba to heaven: and God entered into Havana --
Friendship with Fidel: the flip side --
The dream factory: San Antonio de los Baños --
Justice or vengeance?: the "Ochoa Case" --
Nailed to the cross: Elián in his golgatha --
An epilogue of sorts: a little story about the elevator --
Afterword: Swan song.
|其他题名：||Gabo y Fidel.
Fidel & Gabo
|责任：||Ángel Esteban and Stéphanie Panichelli ; English translation by Diane Stockwell.|
There's no romance in the relationship between the Cuban dictator Fidel Castro and the Nobel-winning Colombian novelist Gabriel García Márquez, argues this stinging j'accuse. On the surface their friendship is chummy and literary: Castro drops by García Márquez's Havana mansion--a gift from Castro himself--for endless conversation and critiques his manuscripts. But the authors view the men's bond as corrupt and neurotic: García Márquez, obsessed with power in both his fiction and real life, gets political influence; Castro, in turn, gets cultural prestige and a matchless propagandist. The authors condemn García Márquez's public silence over Cuban censorship and human rights violations. Almost compulsive in their point scoring, the authors jeer at the novelist for going to American rather than Cuban hospitals. More polemic than biography, their study tellingly rebukes the Left's propensity for blinding itself to the failings of the Cuban revolution by glamorizing its leaders.--From publisher description.
- Castro, Fidel, -- 1926- -- Friends and associates.
- Castro, Fidel, -- 1926- -- Political and social views.
- García Márquez, Gabriel, -- 1928- -- Friends and associates.
- García Márquez, Gabriel, -- 1928- -- Political and social views.
- Politics and literature.
- Garcia Marquez, Gabriel, -- 1928- -- Friends and associates.