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How to leave Hialeah

Jennine CapГі Crucet

How to leave Hialeah

by Jennine CapГі Crucet

  • 19 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by University of Iowa Press in Iowa City .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJennine Capó Crucet
SeriesThe John Simmons short fiction award, John Simmons short fiction award
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3603.R83 H68 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination169 p. ;
Number of Pages169
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24467478M
ISBN 101587298163
ISBN 109781587298165
LC Control Number2009923717
OCLC/WorldCa318428410

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Buy a cheap copy of How to Leave Hialeah book by Jennine Capo Crucet. United in their fierce sense of place and infused with the fading echoes of a lost homeland, the stories in Jennine Capó Crucet’s striking debut collection do for Free shipping over $ Praise For How to Leave Hialeah (Iowa Short Fiction Award) “What a joy it is to read the work of a writer who has a powerful voice, a sense of humor, and a feeling for local histories. Jennine Capó Crucet’s stories start with Cuban American neighborhoods and cultures and then sail off into the direction of the great themes: love.

Capó Crucet is best known for her short story collection How to Leave Hialeah which focuses on her experiences as a Cuban-American woman growing up in a working-class neighborhood of Miami. For this collection she won the John Gardner Book Award. Her second book, Make Your Home Among Strangers, was released in Alma mater: Cornell University, University of Minnesota.   Winner of the Iowa Short Fiction Award and the John Gardner Book Award! Join us in welcoming back to the hill Jennine Capó Crucet, an Arts & Sciences alum whose debut book, How to Leave Hialeah, won several awards and was featured on the year-end best-of lists for the Miami Herald, the New Times, and the Latinidad List. The book’s title story--originally .


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One of my favorites is about a funeral. Hilarious. But maybe the favorite is told by the narrator of "The Next Move." Let me give you just one paragraph/5(18). How to Leave Hialeah book. Read 36 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

United in their fierce sense of place and infused with the fad /5. I was glad not to have to leave Hialeah right away, but to stay long enough to hear its many stories as told by a gifted writer like Jennine Capó Crucet.”—Julia Alvarez, author, How the García Girls Lost Their Accents, In the Time of the Butterflies, and Return to SenderBrand: University of Iowa Press.

The collection’s eponymous story “How to Leave Hialeah” concerns a girl whose mother wishes to minimize their Cuban heritage. While the daughter embraces being a Cuban-American in Miami, her mother warns that acknowledging it is tantamount to looking for trouble.

Coming to us from the predominantly Hispanic working-class neighborhoods of Hialeah, the voices of this steamy section of Miami shout out to us from rowdy all-night funerals and kitchens full of plátanos and croquetas and lechón ribs, from domino tables and cigar factories, glitter-purple Buicks and handed-down Mom Rides, private homes of santeras and fights on front 4/5(3).

How To Leave Hialeah by Jennine Cap Crucet available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis How to leave Hialeah book reviews. United in their fierce sense of place and infused with the fading echoes of a lost homeland, the.

But ow to Leave Hialeah may be even a little better. The book consists of several stories, many told in first person. One of my How to leave Hialeah book is about a funeral. Hilarious. But maybe the favorite is told by the narrator of "The Next Move." Let me give you just one paragraph/5(14).

With stories as vivid and captivating as these, you won’t want to leave Hialeah, even with the coming of Crucet’s final, beautifully crafted page. — San Diego Union Tribune Back to Top.

Book Description: United in their fierce sense of place and infused with the fading echoes of a lost homeland, the stories in Jennine Capó Crucet's striking debut collection do for Miami what Edward P. Jones does for Washington, D.C., and what James Joyce did for Dublin: they expand our ideas and our expectations of the city by exposing its tough but vulnerable.

How to Leave Hialeah, her debut collection of short stories and the winner of the John Simmons Award in Short Fiction from the University of Iowa Press, is endowed with the same double vision that has helped writers from Richard Wright to Salman Rushdie describe the lives of marginalized people and cultures with poignancy, humor, and rich music.

Crucet exposes, full-frontal, the rich history of the Cuban-American. United in their fierce sense of place and infused with the fading echoes of a lost homeland, the stories in Jennine Capó Crucet’s striking debut collection do for Miami what Edward P.

Jones does for Washington, D.C., and what James Joyce did for Dublin: they expand our ideas and our expectations of the city by exposing its tough but vulnerable underbelly.

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How to Leave Hialeah. Jennine Capó Crucet. John Simmons Short Fiction Award. Iowa Short Fiction Award Named a Best Book of the Year by both the Miami Herald and the Miami New Times John Gardner Award Devil's Kitchen Reading Award in Prose.

pages, 5 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches. How to Leave Hialeah Jennine Capo Crucet, Author. Univ. of Iowa $16 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. Make Your Home Among Strangers Buy this book In. more w to Leave Hialeah," which is remarkable.I disliked the few stories about young, heterosexual couples -- but I'm not certain they were written to be liked.

review 2: Junot Diaz’s Drown. Sandra Cisnero’s House on Mango Street. Achy Obejas’ Memory Mambo. Leaving Cuba turns out to be complicated.

This is as true for the next generation as for their exile parents. The narrator of “How to Leave Hialeah,” the final story and one of the strongest, has moved from Florida to “The Great White North,” where “[y]ou have never felt more Cuban in your life.

How to Leave Hialeah. Support. Adobe DRM ( / – 3 customer ratings) ready to leave and ready to return, "ready to mourn everything."Coming to us from the predominantly Hispanic working-class neighborhoods of Hialeah, the voices of this steamy section of Miami shout out to us from rowdy all-night funerals and kitchens full of.

Jennine Capó Crucet was born to Cuban exile parents and raised in Miami. Her writing has appeared in Ploughshares, the Southern Review, the Northwest Review, and other is the recipient of a Bread Loaf Scholarship and has been a finalist for the Missouri Review Editors’ Prize and the University of California, Irvine, Chicano/Latino Literary.

better when she says, Just come home. Book a five-hundred-dollar flight to Miami for winter break. Count down the days left until Noche Buena. Minutes after you walk Off the plane, call all your old friends and tell them you're back and to get permission from their moms to stay out later than usual.

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Find books like How to Leave Hialeah from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked How to Leave Hialeah also liked: Bone Bla.The 11 stories in How to Leave Hialeah offer a funny, touching portrayal of growing up in two worlds: one inhabited by working-class exiles tied to the.

This week the Miami Herald reviewed How to Leave Hialeah, the new book by Cuban-American writer Jennine Capó Crucet (Published by Iowa University Press). The book won the John Simmons Short Fiction Award from the prestigious Iowa Writers’ Workshop, the first time a Latina writer has been the recipient of the prize.