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Cuba's Wild EastA Literary Geography of Oriente$
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Peter Hulme

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9781846317484

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: June 2013

DOI: 10.5949/UPO9781846317170

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José Martí at Vega del Jobo (1895)

José Martí at Vega del Jobo (1895)

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(p.73) Chapter Two José Martí at Vega del Jobo (1895)
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Cuba's Wild East
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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/UPO9781846317170.004

This chapter sets the war diary of José Martí alongside the exile poems of his most famous predecessor as a Cuban poet, José María Heredia, alongside the work of the indigenista movement known in Cuba as siboneyismo, and alongside some of Martí's other writings. His most famous essay, ‘Nuestra América’ [Our America], is considered. The chapter also explains the subsequent constructions of the indigenous presence in Oriente. Then, it describes the impulse behind ‘Nuestra América’ by Patricio Del Real. It suggests that the small indigenous communities in Vega del Jobo may be hidden in the mountains, but they embody the history of Oriente.

Keywords:   José Martí, Vega del Jobo, José María Heredia, exile poems, siboneyismo, Nuestra América, Oriente, Patricio Del Real

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