TAÍNA, ISLA DE LUZ
Miguel Muñoz, Elías
Publishing House: Aduana Vieja, Valencia, 2016
RECOMMENDED FOR INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED SPANISH COURSES
Binding: Rústica con solapas
[Machine Translation:] From a remote and bleak future back to the light of the past, Taína, isla de luz propels the reader on a fantastic cultural journey through space and time to the mythical Taína, an island in the Caribbean.
Taína, isla de luz is intended to be read for pleasure by intermediate to advanced students of Spanish. Through reading this novel, students’ language skills will improve, and they will gain a deep appreciation for another culture while engaging in a profoundly enjoyable activity.
Elías Miguel Muñoz (1954-), novelist, poet, and essayist, is one of the leading voices in the field of Cuban American literature, along with Gustavo Pérez Firmat, Cristina García, Achy Obejas, and Roberto G. Fernández. His work has been the subject of numerous scholarly books and articles. Aduana Vieja also published his novel Vida mía.