José Martí, Cuban Patriot

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Notes

CHAPTER 1
1.
Cuba, El Archivo Nacional en la conmemoración del Centenario del natalicio de José Martí y Pérez, 1853- 1953 ( La Habana: Publicaciones del Archivo Nacional de Cuba, 1953), XXXVI, 3-4.
2.
Joaquín Llaverías, "Mariano Martí y Navarro -- algunos datos de su vida", Boletín del Archivo Nacional, XXVII ( 1928), 275-300.
3.
Cuba, El Archivo Nacional, p. 492.
4.
Ibid., pp. 493-505.
5.
Antonio Martinez Bello, La adolescencia de Marti, notas para un ensayo de interpretación psicológica ( La Habana: Imp. P. Fernández y Cía., 1944), pp. 6-9.
6.
"Ofrenda de hermano", Revista Cubana, XXIX ( 1951-52), 238.
7.
Ibid., p. 239.
8.
Cuba, El Archivo Nacional, pp. 3-5.
9.
Ibid., pp. 5-10.
10.
Obras completas de Martí, ed. Gonzalo de Quesada y Miranda ( 74 vols.; La Habana: Ed. Trópico, 1936-49), I, 21, ed. note, 26.
11.
Ibid., XXVI, 15.
12.
Herminio Portell-Vilá, Historia de Cuba en sus relaciones con los Estados Unidos y España ( 4 vols.; La Habana: Ed. Jesús Montero, 1938-41), I, 424, 438, 457.
13.
Ramiro Guerra y Sánchez, Guerra de los Diez Años, 1868-1878 ( La Habana: Cultural, S. A., 1950), p. 41.
14.
Jorge Mañach, Martí, el apóstol ( Bilbao: Espasa-Calpe, 1933) p. 38.
15.
Cuba, El Archivo Nacional, pp. 15-16.
16.
Gonzalo de Quesada y Miranda, Marti, hombre ( La Habana: Seoane, Fernández y Cia., 1940), p. 38.
17.
Cuba, El Archivo Nacional, p. 19.
18.
Quesada y Miranda, Marti, hombre, pp. 36-39.
19.
Cuban, El Archivo Nacional, p. 21.
20.
Arturo R. de Carricarte, Marti en Isla de Pinos ( La Habana: Imp. Ed. América, 1923), pp. 9-13.
21.
Emilio Roig de Leuchsenring, Martí en España ( La Habana: Cultural, S. A., 1938), Apéndice X, p. 265.
22.
Obras, ed. Quesada y Miranda, LXV, 19.
23.
Roig de Leuchsenring, pp. 111-135.
24.
Obras, ed. Quesada y Miranda, I, 37.
25.
Roig de Leuchsenring, pp. 97, 112-115.
26.
Obras, ed. Quesada y Miranda, I, 91-96.
27.
Valdés Dominguez, p. 248
28.
Roig de Leuchsenring, p. 276.
29.
Obras, ed. Quesada y Miranda, XXVI, 27-123.
30.
Ibid., I, 99-113.
31.
Roig de Leuchsenring, pp. 105, 109.
32.
Félix Lizaso, Martí, místico del deber ( 3d ed.; Buenos Aires: Ed. Losada, 1952), pp. 91-99.
33.
Mañach, pp. 97-99.
34.
Obras, ed. Quesada y Miranda, XLVIII-L.
35.
Camilo Carrancá y Trujillo, Martí, traductor de Victor Hugo ( México: Talleres Gráficos de la Nación, 1933), p. 16. For the translation see Obras, ed. Quesada y Miranda, LXI, 141-179.
36.
Quesada y Miranda, Marti, hombre, p. 85.
37.
Obras, ed. Quesada y Miranda, XXVI, 169.
38.
Lizaso, p. 112.
39.
Obras, ed. Quesada y Miranda, LXVIII, 29.
40.
Valdés Dominguez, p. 253
41.
David Vela, Marti en Guatemala ( La Habana: Imp. Mundial, 1953), p. 215.
42.
Obras, ed. Quesada y Miranda, LXVIII, 29.
43.
Ibid., p. 36.
44.
Máximo Soto Hall, La Niña de Guatemala, el idilio trágico de José Martí ( Guatemala: Tip. Nacional, 1942).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Forward v
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Contents xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Chapter 1 - Biography 1
  • Chapter 2 - Moral and Social Ideas 35
  • Chapter 3 - Political Ideas 59
  • Chapter 4 - Transfiguration in the Plastic Arts 83
  • Chapter 5 - Symbolism in Social Groups 110
  • Chapter 6 - The Apotheosis of JosÉ MartÍ 132
  • Chapter 7 - Symbolism in Politics 148
  • Chapter 8 - The People Speak 196
  • Chapter 9 - Aftermath of the Revolution 229
  • Chapter 10 - Summary and Conclusions 245
  • Notes 263
  • Bibliography 285
  • Index 299
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