ESTA TARDE SE PONE EL SOL
Iglesias Kennedy, Daniel
Publishing House: Aduana Vieja, Valencia, 2006
[Machine Translation:] In 1973, Daniel Iglesias Kennedy brought this novel to a literary prize called by Casa de las Americas, the largest given in Cuba, but the work, the first writing, the competition never materialized because they immediately launched the apparatus of censorship and repression, he was accused of antisocial, appearing critical of the revolution and to maintain an attitude contrary to the common morality. As a result, was expelled from the University of Havana.
Through the story of a young man who is not satisfied, not surrender to their wishes, which proclaims that it has nothing to do with the new regime in place, and that does not recognize the debt of gratitude that the revolution should have said that to her, this afternoon the sun sets narrates the collective psychological state of insecurity generated by a revolution betrayed by their chiefs since its inception.