José Martí, Mentor of the Cuban Nation

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Bibliography

WORKS BY MARTí
Martí José. Obras completas. 27 vols. La Habana: Editorial Nacional de Cuba, 1963- 66. Vol. 28: 1980.

ANTHOLOGIES OF MARTí'S WORKS
Marti José. The America of José Martí: Selected Writings. Edited by Juan de Onis. New York: Noonday Press, 1953.
_____. "Antología". Revista Hispánica Moderna 18 (Jan. Dec. 1962):189-248.
_____. Antología mínima. Edited by Pedro Alvarez Tabío. 2 vols. La Habana: Instituto Cubano del Libro, 1972.
_____. Argentina y la primera conferencia panamericana. Edited by Dardo Cúneo. Buenos Aires: Ediciones Transición, 1955.
_____. Cartas a Manuel A. Mercado. Edited by Francisco Monterde. México: Ediciones de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 1946.
_____. Cuba, Nuestra America, los Estados Unidos. Edited by Roberto Fernández Retamar . México: Siglo Veintiuno Editores, 1973.
_____. "Dice José Martí". Lunes, 30 January 1961, pp. 19-43.
_____. El pensamiento politico de Martí. Edited by Emilio Roig de Leuchsenring. La Habana: Capitolio Nacional, 1960.
_____. Escritos desconocidos de José Martí. Edited by Carlos Ripoll. New York: Eliseo Torres and Sons, 1971.
_____. Ideario. Edited by Isidro Méndez. La Habana: Editorial Cultural, 1930.
_____. Ideario. Edited by Luis Alberto Sánchez. Santiago, Chile: Ediciones Cultural, 1930.
_____. Inside the Monster: Writings on the United States and American Imperialism by José Martí. Edited by Philip S. Foner. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1975.
_____. "José Martí 1853-1895". In Conciencia intelectual de América: Antología del ensayo hispanoamericano 1836-1959, edited by Carlos Ripoll, pp. 215-66. New York: Las Américas Publishing Co., 1970.
_____. José Marti en los Estados Unidos. Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 1968.
_____. José Martí: sus mejores páginas. Edited by Raimundo Lazo. México: Editorial Porrúa, 1970.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Preface ix
  • I- Historical Analysis Of Martí Studies 1
  • 1- from Místico To Revolutionary 3
  • II- the Molding Of a Visionary It 19
  • 2- Origins of A Political Career 21
  • 3. Evolution of Sociopolitical Thought 41
  • Iii. the Envisioned Patria 63
  • 4. Political System 65
  • 5. Moral Foundation 86
  • 6. Social Structure 106
  • 7. Economic Policies 132
  • Conclusion 153
  • Chronology 157
  • Notes 163
  • Bibliography 181
  • Index 199
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