Carlos Ripoll's Jose Marti- Lecture by Enrico Mario Santi (Part 2)

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Carlos Ripoll (1922-2011) was a Cuban scholar who lived in the U.S. for close to half a century, during which he carried out outstanding research on several Cuban historical, literary, and political topics. Chief among them was Ripoll's life-long interest in the life and work of Jose Marti. Based on personal acquaintance with Ripoll, reading of his works, and a survey of Martiana donated by Ripoll himself to the FIU library upon his death, Dr. Santi will explore Ripoll's reading of Marti, is legacy and, in particular, what Ripoll called repeatedly "the falsification of Jose Marti in present-day Cuba."





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