CHE EN MIAMI
Díaz de Villegas, Néstor
Publishing House: Aduana Vieja, Valencia, 2012
Binding: Rústica con solapas
[Machine Translation:] On July 26, 1952, at the end of its first Latin American trip, Ernesto Guevara up to Miami aboard a DC10 carrying racehorses bound to Hialeah Racetrack. The plane needs to be repaired before continuing flight to Argentina and scale of Che in Miami is extended by a month. The young 24 year old student frequents the beach, prowls the Parque de las Palomas and regularly visit the old library. A Spanish restaurant meals trusts him and gives him work as a dishwasher. A Cuban flight attendant hires him to make cleaning your apartment. Jimmy Roca, a cousin of the woman who waits in Argentina, is your guide in the city. Before leaving, Guevara meets the task of buying a swimsuit his fiancee ...
Three decades later, another student of 24 years up to Miami aboard a cargo plane carrying political prisoners. By then, the old library was demolished and in its place stands a shopping mall. The spa is now a prison Guevara. Néstor Díaz de Villegas raises his epic / equestrian from these materials and counter blurs its own history in the pages of the newspaper of the future heroic healer.