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Kennedy and his theory of who was behind it. They are compelling stories, "90 percent" of which are fact, Heres said. Asked which parts are fiction and which are fact, he replied, "Any writer of historical novels will never answer that question.
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If anyone ever asked me, I would say 'use your imagination. While Heres may have taken "writer's freedom" with certain characters and locales, the oppression endured by the Cuban people is all too real, he said. After condemning Castro for his dictatorial ways, Heres was forced to leave the country for fear of being targeted. Heres said the Cuban people live without sufficient commodities and without the freedoms enjoyed in the United States. Since coming to the country, Heres has raised a family, earned his doctoral degree and taught computer sciences at the University of Connecticut in Stamford.
He has not returned to Cuba since his escape. Reluctant to revisit those painful experiences, Heres initially balked at the idea of putting his memories on paper. However, after he began teaching, he decided to share the experiences he had bottled up for so many years. Born and raised in Cuba, Heres lived through the revolution that brought dictator Fidel Castro into power in the late 50s and early 60s.
He chronicled his story in a book, "The Reluctant Revolutionary. But according to Heres, the story was incomplete, and the idea for "Unpardonable Crimes" was born. Heres set out to research the novel by talking with Cuban exiles in Miami, as well as conferring with family members and close friends. As in his previous work, his goal with "Unpardonable" was to shed light on some of the atrocities perpetrated by the Communist regime and highlight the tales of triumph that have punctuated decades of Cuban unrest.
These are stories of people who have helped themselves," Heres said after Monday evening's reading and discussion.
I think people have gotten the wrong impression. I think the press isn't as connected as it should be. In "Bullet Holes in the Marble Wall," Heres writes of the disaster that unfolds after his neighborhood friends, the Lescanos, burn down their supply warehouse to keep it out of the hands of the Communist government. In "Bitter Victory," he tells of his friends, Pepe and Mongo, prisoners of the Castro regime who spend their long jail sentence teaching each other science and mathematics.
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