- Title Pages
- Introduction: <i>Comparsas</i>, <i>Congas</i>, and <i>Chambelonas</i>
- 1 Felipe Pichardo Moya's “La comparsa”
- 2 Carnival and Ñáñiguismo
- 3 Carnival and Afro-Cuban Ritual in Nicolás Guillén's “Sensemayá: canto para matar una culebra”
- 4 “Comparsa habanera,” Emilio Ballagas's Emblematic Contribution to Afrocubanismo
- 5 Drumming Up the Black Vote
- 6 “La conga prohibida”
- 7 Representations of Afro-Cuban Carnival in Three Poems by Marcelino Arozarena
- 8 An Outsider on the Inside
- Appendix: A Brief Anthology of Poems Inspired by Afro-Cuban Carnival
- Works Cited
- Carnival and National Identity in the Poetry of Afrocubanismo
- University Press of Florida
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