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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Julio Rodriguez-Luis
  • ISBN:
    0791442403
  • ISBN13:
    978-0791442401
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    State University of New York Press (June 24, 1999)
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    190 pages
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    History & Criticism
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Re-Reading Jose Marti (1853-1895) book.

Re-Reading Jose Marti (1853-1895) book. Written by renowned Latin Americanists, the book explores the man who created the notion of Latin America-Nuestra America-(also the title of Marti's seminal text) as a distinct cultural and racial identity. Marti's influence as a writer in Latin America was almost as great as the one he had as a statesman.

August 6, 2010 History. by Julio Rodriguez-Luis. Published July 1999 by State University of New York Press.

August 6, 2010 History found in the catalog. Julio Rodriguez-Luis. Re-Reading Jose Marti (1853-1895): One Hundred Years Later (Suny Serie. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read.

Re-evaluates Jose Marti's contribution to Latin America's literature and political evolution. ISBN13:9780791442401. Release Date:June 1999.

Similar books to José Martí: A Revolutionary Life (Joe R. and . This is the one and only book that treats the nineteenth-century Cuban figure José Martí as a human instead of an idol, an apostle, or an unblemished personality. and Teresa Lozano Long Series in Latin American and Latino Art and Culture). Anyone now writing about Martí and the war of independence will have to refer to this book. It establishes a new field.

José Julián Martí Pérez was a Cuban patriot and important writer in Latin .

José Julián Martí Pérez was a Cuban patriot and important writer in Latin American literature. A year later his sentence was commuted to confinement within Spain, however, and there he studied law at the universities of Madrid and Zaragoza. After going to Mexico in 1874 and returning to Cuba in 1878, he was again deported to Spain in 1879 but fled in 1880 and came to the United States. Nuestra América" es una antología de José Martí (1853-1895) realizada por Pedro Henríquez Ureña dentro de la serie de "Grandes Escritores de América". Con esta selección de textos, podemos comprender mejor el contexto de las ideas del maestro dominicano.

. . Rodríguez-Luis, Julio Re-reading José Martí (1853-1895): One Hundred Years Later (1999) State University of New York Press Albany page 143.

José Julián Martí Pérez (January 28, 1853 – May 19, 1895) was a Cuban patriot, freedom fighter and poet. Although he never lived to see Cuba free, he is considered the national hero.

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MartW Confronts Modernity', in Re-Reading José Marti (1853–1895): One Hundred Years Later

MartW Confronts Modernity', in Re-Reading José Marti (1853–1895): One Hundred Years Later.

José Julián Martí Pérez (January 28, 1853 – May 19, 1895) was a Cuban National Hero and an important figure in Latin American literature. He wrote for numerous Latin American and American newspapers; he also founded a number of newspapers. During his life, he was a poet, essayist, journalist, revolutionary philosopher, translator, professor, publisher, Freemason, political theorist, and supporter of Henry George's economic reforms. Through his writings and political activity, he became a symbol for Cuba's bid for independence against Spain in the 19th century, and is referred to as the "Apostle of Cuban Independence.

Most Cubans think of José Martí (1853-1895) as one of the most brilliant .

Most Cubans think of José Martí (1853-1895) as one of the most brilliant minds the country has ever produced and everyone from school teachers to politicians keep returning to his work. In addition to being one of the main organizers of the nineteenth-century Cuban War of Independence, Martí was a prolific writer who left behind a copious body of material. Considered a precursor of modernism in Latin America, this collection combines the tenderness of Martí’s feelings for his child, and the historic context in which he was born and was going to grow up: a country enslaved by a foreign power.

Re-evaluates Jose Marti's contribution to Latin America's literature and political evolution.