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A revised, expanded edition of an Ocean classic, presenting Martí the teacher, journalist, revolutionary, and poet.

Produktbeschreibung
A revised, expanded edition of an Ocean classic, presenting Martí the teacher, journalist, revolutionary, and poet.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: OCEAN PR (WA)
  • Seitenzahl: 322
  • Erscheinungstermin: Oktober 2006
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 214mm x 141mm x 22mm
  • Gewicht: 472g
  • ISBN-13: 9781920888749
  • ISBN-10: 1920888748
  • Artikelnr.: 21376002
Autorenporträt
José Martí was born in Havana, Cuba. He was imprisoned for treason by the Spanish. He lived in New York in exile for 14 years before returning to Cuba, where he was executed in 1868. Ivan Schulman is a leading US scholar on the writings of Jose Marti.
Inhaltsangabe
JOSÉ MARTÍ READER
Writings on the Americas
Introduction by Ivan Schulman
A revised, expanded edition of an Ocean classic
CONTENTS:
Editor's Preface
Introduction
Chronology
PART I: ESSAYS AND ARTICLES
Political Prison (1871)
Spanish republic and the Cuban revolution (February 15, 1873)
On the death of Karl Marx (May 13, 1883)
Wandering teachers (May 1884)
Indians in the United States (December 4, 1885)
The Munkácsy Christ (December 2, 1886)
Statue of Liberty celebrations (January 1, 1887)
Funeral of the Haymarket Martyrs (January 1, 1888)
Three heroes of the Americas (from The Golden Age, 1889)
Mother America (December 19, 1889)
Our America (January 30, 1891)
San Martín (1891)
With all, for the good of all (November 26, 1891)
Our ideas March (14, 1892)
Cuban Revolutionary Party (April 3, 1892)
My race (April 16, 1893)
Simón Bolívar (October 28, 1893)
The truth about the United States (March 23, 1894)
Manifesto of Montecristi (March 25, 1895)
Campaign diary (April-May 1995)
PART II: LETTERS
Letter to his mother (October 23, 1862)
Letter to his mother (November 10, 1869)
Letter to his sister Amelia (January 1882)
Letter to Máximo Gomez (October 20, 1884)
Letter to Fermín Valdés Domínguez (February 28, 1887)
Vindication of Cuba. To the New York Evening Post (March 25, 1889)
Letter to his mother (May 15, 1894)
Letter to Federico Henríquez y Carvajal (March 25, 1895)
Letter to his mother (March 25, 1895)
Letter to his son (April 1, 1895)
Letter to Carmen Millares de Mantilla and her children (April 16, 1895)
Letter to the New York Herald (May 2, 1995)
Letter to Manuel Mercado (May 18, 1895)
PART III: POEMS
Ismaelillo
Dedication to his son
Little prince
Fierce horseflies
Free Verse
My Poetry
Iron
Yoke and Star
Bristling Mane
Simple verses
I A sincere man am I
X My soul tremulous and lonely
XXII From this world I will depart
XXXIX I have a white rose to tend
XLV I dream of marble cloisters
XLVI Your sorrows, my heart, you should hide
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