Fidel and Religion Conversations with Frei Betto on Marxism and Liberation Theology

ISBN-10: 1920888454
ISBN-13: 9781920888459
Edition: 2nd 2006 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $19.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Consortium Book Sales & Distribution
Publication date: 6/1/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 300
Size: 5.90" wide x 9.00" long x 0.80" tall
Weight: 1.012
Language: English

"This startling book is based on brvbar; conversations between the Cuban leader and a Brazilian priest. The talk is informal and far-ranging, and Betto's questions are often provocative ('Does Cuba export revolution?')."-Publishers Weekly The product of an intimate 23-hour dialogue between Fidel Castro and Brazilian liberation theologist Frei Betto, this was a Simon & Schuster bestseller in the 1980s. Here Castro speaks candidly about his views on religion and his education in elite Catholic colleges, offering an insight into the man behind the beard. Features a new translation and a unique selection of photos of Fidel as a boy.

Born in Buenos Aires in 1942, Ariel Dorfman is a Chilean citizen. A supporter of Salvador Allende, he was forced into exile and has lived in the United States for many years. Since writing his legendary essay, "How to Read Donald Duck", Dorfman has built up an impressive body of work that has translated into more than thirty languages. Besides poetry, essays and novels--"Hard Rain" (Readers International, 1990), winner of the Sudamericana Award; "Widows" (Pluto Press, 1983); "The Last Song of Manuel Sendero" (Viking, 1987); "Mascara" (Viking, 1988); "Konfidenz" (Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1995)--he has written plays, including "Death and the Maiden", and produced in ninety countries. He has won various international awards, including two Kennedy Center Theatre Awards. With his son, Rodrigo, he received an award for best television drama in Britain for "Prisoners of Time" in 1996. A professor at Duke University, Dorfman lives in Durham, North Carolina.Fidel Castro led a guerrilla movement in Cuba that overthrew the Batista dictatorship in 1959. Since then, the Cuban president has been the nemesis of ten U.S. administrations.

Fidel Castro
Frei Betto
20 Years Later: Introduction to the new edition
Foreword
Paths to a Meeting
Chronicle of a Visit
Friday, May 10, 1985
Monday, May 13, 1985
Tuesday, May 14, 1985
Saturday, May 18, 1985
Sunday, May 19, 1985
Monday, May 20, 1985
Tuesday, May 21, 1985
Wednesday, May 22, 1985
The Interview with Fidel Castro
Childhood
Family and religious background
Baptism as Fidel
Early years in Santiago de Cuba
Education in Catholic schools
Religious instruction
First ethical values
Introduction to Marxist ideas
The attack on Moncada
Capture
Imprisonment and the war
Father Guillermo Sardinas
The Catholic church and the revolution
Initial tensions with the Catholic church
Christians and the Communist Party
Talks with US Catholic bishops
Accord between religious doctrine and revolution
Current role of the church and its believers
The Catholic church and revolutionary movements in Latin America
Liberation theology
Reflections on the Catholic church and social justice
Pope John Paul II and Cuba
Jesus Christ, the revolutionary
Christians and communists
Communism and religion
Love as a revolutionary requirement
Class struggle and hatred
Democracy in Cuba and bourgeois democracy
"Exporting the revolution"
Latin America's foreign debt crisis
Relations with Brazil
Che and Camilo

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