Activities continue in Florida to celebrate Cuban Book Day

Florida, Mar. 30 – Por los extraños pueblos: otro mapa de la Isla (Through the Strange Towns: Another Map of the Island) was the text that focused the attention of those attending its presentation at the Municipal Center for Documentation and Pedagogical Information (CDIP), an action contemplated in the program for the day in salute to the Cuban Book Day that, for several days, has been celebrated in all the educational institutions of the municipality.

The texts gathered in this volume respond to the will of evoking those secret or forgotten places in the spiritual atlas of the country; its compilers Norberto Codina and Jesus David Curbelo gathered their writings of great variety that go from the chronicle to the poem.

In the words of presentation, Caridad Gálvez Castro, CDIP specialist, commented that all the writings included in the book appeared for the first time in La Gaceta de Cuba.

She also added that an invitation was extended to a group of intellectuals from different generations, among them the Floridian writer Obdulio Fenelo, to collaborate in the effort to recreate, with the illuminating power of literature, significant places, forgotten or unknown towns, extraordinary sites or simply cities with a special connotation.

The moment was also used to promote the bibliography of renowned Floridian writers and to highlight some of their books, as well as to promote the reading of Cuban works that swell the select list of national literature.

The activities planned for the Cuban Book Day in Florida had their culmination in the schools with the realization of several cultural and literary proposals.

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