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Mar·tí

 (mär-tē′), José Julián 1853-1895.
Cuban revolutionary leader and poet who was killed while fighting for Cuban independence from Spain.

Mar•tí

(mɑrˈti)

n.
José, 1853–95, Cuban patriot and writer.
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Entonces Marti Batres trae en la sangre el interes por movilizar y encabezar movimientos politicos y sociales, de ahi nace su profundo deseo por gobernar la Ciudad de Mexico, de esa historia personal y familiar, por ello participado en la politica desde los 14 anos de edad, cuando contribuyo a la fundacion del Partido Socialista Unificado de Mexico, 8 anos despues, en 1989 hizo lo mismo con el PRD.
The teachings and works of Jose Marti immensely influenced Fidel Castro.
Marti quit the band last year to concentrate on his musical theatre career.
Com essas palavras, Marlene Vazquez Perez resume neste artigo a paixao do heroi cubano Jose Marti pelo pensamento e obra de Simao Bolivar, a mesma que o fez dizer aos seus jovens leitores na Era de Ouro: "Todos os americanos devem amar ao Bolivar como um pai".
"Marti's Song for Freedom" is the bilingual biographical poem that tells of the life of Jose Marti, Cuban freedom fighter and poet of the literary movement known as modernismo.
La obra de Marti suscito la atencion academica de autores cubanos y latinoamericanos de manera constante desde hace algo mas de un siglo.
Garcia de la Torre shows how Cuban revolutionary and writer Marti (1853-95) drew from ideologies around the world in the fight for Cuban independence from Spain, arguing that the example casts doubt on the assumption that nationalism in the late 19th century was always ethnocentric and exclusionary.
Nos referimos a la linea intelectual que llego hasta Jose Marti y que va desde Domingo del Monte y Juan Clemente Zenea hasta Enrique Pineyro.
Jose Marti en 1891, cien anos despues--en 1995--, el pintor cubano
Emilio Bejel is no stranger to demystification, whether its object is Marti or Cuban nationalism.
Various scholars have pointed out the parallels between Cuba and the Philippines at the end of the nineteenth century, mainly those between national heroes Jose Marti and Jose Rizal.