By Enrique Oltuski
Vida Clandestina is the 1st U.S. e-book of the dramatic memoir of an immense Cuban innovative who led a deadly double lifestyles from 1952 to1959. knowledgeable at college of Miami, then a high-ranking supervisor and engineer for Shell Oil, Enrique Oltuski used to be additionally a pace-setter within the city guerilla twenty sixth of July stream in Havana and Santa Clara, risking his lifestyles to hitch forces with Che Guevara and Fidel Castro, and dealing on the optimum point of the Cuban executive within the forty-three years considering.
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I closed my eyes. Guillermito always brought back memories of Martha. Our senior year of high school had just started, and I got back from vacation late. ” In the next class, she was called to the blackboard. She was very petite. Dark hair. Dark skin. Almond-shaped eyes. A delicate nose. Her lips, slightly parted, revealed her white teeth. ) After that, I kept looking around for her, hoping to meet her eyes and feel the heat move through my body. One day I suggested that we study together. She agreed.
At our table there were a few jokes about our new relationships. When we dropped off the sisters, I passed along Peggy’s invitation to Robert and Manolo. ” Manolo declared, rubbing his hands together. We put the roof of the car down and sped off to the south. The early morning air could not dry our sweaty faces. Chap1 7/3/02 11:24 AM Page 12 Vida Clandestina the car in front of the huge white building. We went into the house. There were several girls, and Roberto and Manolo stayed in the living room while I went to the kitchen in search of a drink.
The organization had certain conspiratorial aspects. Some members came from the highest ranks of the Latin American bourgeoisie. Others, like me, came from backgrounds that had been originally quite humble but had gradually achieved the wealth, status, and education that led us to cross the line in social standing and qualify for a North American university. Chap1 7/3/02 11:24 AM Page 10 Vida Clandestina My parents had married in Poland when they were nineteen years old. Cousins who had already emigrated to Cuba wrote to them about the beauties of the island and the opportunities for work.
Vida Clandestina: My Life in the Cuban Revolution by Enrique Oltuski