Oscar Hijuelos

Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist

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Cuban-American Oscar Hijuelos is a Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist. From 2008-2010 he taught English at Duke University.

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Oscar Hijuelos gives us a sentimental rumba-and a return to his first inspiration: Cuban music.

Oscar Hijuelos: A Simple Habana Melody

Oscar Hijuelos gives us a sentimental rumba-and a return to his first inspiration: Cuban music.

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Oscar Hijuelos

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Oscar Hijuelos discusses the contrast between the light, happy tone of his new novel and the darkness of his Pulitzer Prize-winning The Mambo Kings.

Oscar Hijuelos: The Fourteen Sisters of Emilio Montez O'Brien

Oscar Hijuelos discusses the contrast between the light, happy tone of his new novel and the darkness of his Pulitzer Prize-winning The Mambo Kings.

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