In “The Prize of Freedom”, the orishas, or gods, of the Lucumi (Cuban Yoruba) tradition enter characters lives, not only as intended recipients of invocations, but as interacting forces,...

In “The Prize of Freedom”, the orishas, or gods, of the Lucumi (Cuban Yoruba) tradition enter characters lives, not only as intended recipients of invocations, but as interacting forces, personalities with human peculiarities

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