by Jerry A. Sierra
Don José Julián Martí y Pérez
teacher, poet, organizer
one of the great writers of the Hispanic world
In 1892 Martí dedicated himself exclusively to planning and organizing what became Cuba's third war of independence.
Martí died in battle shortly after the war began. He is known in Cuba as the father of the Cuban Revolution.
Our America | Montecristi Manifesto | My Race | On Maceo | Our Ideas | The Cuban Revolutionary Party | Platform of the Cuban Revolutionary Party (CRP) | Secret Statutes of the CRP | Order to Revolt | A Town Sets a Black Man on Fire
and Martí's "Versos Sensillos"
- An excerpt from Anne Fountain's Versos Sencillos: A Dual-Language Edition |
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