VINELAND, New Jersey, Jan. 31, 2019 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Rosendo Garpar Ramos, a writer, poet and sociologist with several postgraduate degrees in Russia and Cuba in psychology and sexology, and a columnist of the newspaper Panorama Latin News in Pennsylvania, entered the world of letters guided by writers and poets such as José Ramón Calatayud, Heberto Padilla, Nicolás Guillen and Miguel Barnet. A lover of classical Russian literature, Rosendo's writings have marked influences from the prose of Martí and Cubanism, the style of Dulce Maria Loynaz, linked to the romantic classical story of Pushkin and Lermontov. He brings us his new work "Cuba, Obsession and Sea," where he shows us a love in the Cuba of the 1990s, between illusions, lies and even the consequences of the political regime that reigns in that country.
The author offers readers a reality of life, which highlights the naive nature of human beings, as well as their ability to do evil. It is a short novel, which delves into the lives of Cubans in the 1990s. In it, Cuba is the main plot and the thread that teaches us what the country was like in those times, including the censorship and oppression of the communist regime, and the obsession of a man in the government for a female dissident of the totalitarian system who entangles him in passion and lies.
The sea is the solution, the outcome of a fictitious plot, but at the same time real, since it has been the story of several, joined together in one person's life.
The emotions and feelings that the reader can feel will be authentic, because they happened with the same cruelty and vileness in the life of those who in the end form the psychology and thought of Arturo, the protagonist.
Published by Page Publishing in New York City, the work of Rosendo Garpar Ramos, "Cuba, Obsession and Sea," is a story of love, betrayal, disappointment and reconciliation with life. It is a wonderful story that takes the reader to the Cuba of the 90s.
For readers who wish to live a romantic experience full of adventure and intrigue, they can do so through this wonderful work, specifying the purchase of "Cuba, Obsession and Sea" in any bookstore, or the online stores of Apple iTunes, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
For additional information or any questions, please contact Page Publishing at the following number: 866-315-2708.
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