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In the countryside of central Cuba, African-inspired feasts conjoin West African, Kongo, and Catholic sources in a complex musical, theatrical, and affective praise style that prizes new shapes and new fates. This is an ethnographic encounter with the problem of mutually affirmed social and historical forces.

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