José Martí

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This name uises Spaingie namin customs; the first or paternal faimily name is Martí an the seicont or maternal faimily name is Pérez.
José Martí
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Born José Julián Martí Pérez
January 28, 1853
Havana, Spaingie Cuba
Dee'd 19 Mey 1895(1895-05-19) (aged 42)
Dos Ríos, Spaingie Cuba
Thrift poet, writer, naitionalist leader
Naitionality Cuban
Leeterar muivement Modernismo
Spoose Carmen Zayas Bazan
Bairns José Francisco "Pepito" Martí
Relatives Mariano Martí Navarro an Leonor Pérez Cabrera (Parents), 7 sisters (Leonor, Mariana, María de Carmen, María de Pilar, Rita Amelia, Antonia an Dolores)

José Julián Martí Pérez (Januar 28, 1853 – Mey 19, 1895) was a Cuban naitional hero an an important figur in Latin American leeteratur. In his short life, he wis a poet, an essayist, a jurnalist, a revolutionary filosofer, a translator, a professor, a publisher, a Freemason, a poleetical theorist, an supporter o Henry George's economic reforms kent as Georgism.[1][2] Throu his writins an poleetical activity, he acame a seembol for Cuba's bid for unthirldom against Spain in the 19t century, an is referred tae as the "Apostle o Cuban Unthirldom."[3] He also wrote about the threat o Spaingie an US expansionism intae Cuba. Frae adolescence, he dedicatit his life tae the promotion o liberty, poleetical unthirldom for Cuba, an intellectual unthirldom for aw Spaingie Americans; his daith wis uised as a cry for Cuban unthirldom frae Spain bi baith the Cuban revolutionaries an thae Cubans previously reluctant tae stairt a revolt.

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