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José Martí

Activist, Military (28-Jan-1853 — 19-May-1895)

SUBJECT OF BOOKS


Christopher Abel; Nissa Torrents (editors). José Martí: Revolutionary Democrat. Athlone Press. 1986. 238pp.

Jeffrey Belnap; Raul Fernandez (editors). José Martí's "Our America": From National to Hemispheric Cultural Studies. Duke University Press. 1998. 344pp.

Mauricio A. Font; Alfonso W. Quiroz (editors). The Cuban Republic and José Martí: Reception and Use of a National Symbol. Lexington Books. 2006. 267pp.

Anne Fountain. José Martí and U.S. Writers. University Press of Florida. 2003. 153pp.

Richard Butler Gray. José Martí: Cuban Patriot. University of Florida Press. 1962. 307pp.

Lillian Guerra. The Myth of José Martí: Conflicting Nationalisms in Early Twentieth-Century Cuba. UNC Press. 2005. 310pp.

John M. Kirk. José Martí, Mentor of the Cuban Nation. University Presses of Florida. 1983. 201pp.

Oscar Montero. Jose Marti: An Introduction. Palgrave Macmillan. 2004. 160pp.

Louis A. Pérez. José Martí in the United States: The Florida Experience. ASU Center for Latin American Studies, Arizona State University. 1995. 114pp.

Donald E. Rice. The Rhetorical Uses of the Authorizing Figure: Fidel Castro and José Martí. Praeger. 1992. 163pp.

Carlos Ripoll. José Martí, the United States, and the Marxist Interpretation of Cuban History. Transaction Publishers. 1984. 80pp.

Peter Turton. José Martí: Architect of Cuba's Freedom. Zed Books. 1986. 157pp.


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  2. Encyclopaedia Britannica Online [link]

  3. Wikipedia [link]

  4. Makers of 19th Century Culture: 1800-1914 (p.296)




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