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  Lola Rodríguez de Tío - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lola Rodríguez de Tío ( September 14, 1848 - November 10, 1924), born in San German, Puerto Rico was the first Puerto Rican born poetist to establish herself a reputation as a great poet throughout all of Latin-America.
Lola's father, Sebastian Rodriguez de Astudillo, was the founder of the Puerto Rican Lawyers College.
Lola Rodríquez de Tío died in November 10, 1924 and is buried in Havana, Cuba.
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 Lola Rodriguez de Tio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Lola Rodríguez de Tío (September 14, 1848-November 10, 1924), born in San German, Puerto Rico was the first Puerto Rican born poetist to establish herself a reputation as a great poet throughout all of Latin-America.
Lola moved to Mayaguez, with her family where she meets Bonocio Tio Segarra, whom she marries in 1863.
In 1868, inspired by Ramon Emeterio Betances 's quest for Puerto Ricos independence and by the attempted revolution called the Grito de Lares, she wrote the patriotic lyrics to the existing tune of "La Boriqueña;.
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 Lola Rodríguez de Tío Biography / Profile of Lola Rodríguez de Tío Biographies
Lola Rodríguez de Tío (1843-1924) is a revered figure in both Cuban and Puerto Rican history.
Rodríguez de Tío was born September 14, 1843, in San Germain, Puerto Rico.
Born into the island's ruling class, she was the daughter of Don Sebastian Rodríguez de Astudillo, Dean of the Magistracy of Puerto Rico, and Doña Carmen Ponce de León, a descendant of Ponce de León, the explorer and first governor of the colony.
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Lola Rodríguez was born in San Germán on the 14th of September, 1843.
In 1889 Lola and Bonocio were again forced to leave the island after an era of horrible political persecussions known as the "era de los compontes".
Lola and Bonocio make active propaganda towards the independence of Cuba and are forced to leave that island in 1895, setting residence in New York.
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 Lola Rodriguez de Tio - TheBestLinks.com - Cuba, Latin-America, New York, November 10, ...
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In 1868, inspired by Ramon Emeterio Betances 's quest for Puerto Ricos independence and by the attempted revolution called the Grito de Lares, she wrote the patriotic lyrics to the existing tune of " La Boriqueña.
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 Lola Rodríguez de Tió
Lola was born in San Germán on September 14, 1843.
In 1868, inspired by the call for Puerto Rican independence known as the "Grito de Lares," she wrote patriotic lyrics to the tune of "La Borinqueña." Lola and her husband were deported for their separatists efforts.
Rodríguez de Tió's most famous poem, "Cuba y Puerto Rico Son" was first published in the collection "Mi Libro de Cuba" in 1893.
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 Lola R. de Tió   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Siendo una defensora de los ideales de libertad para Puerto Rico junto a su esposo, Bonocio Tió Segarra, sufrió tres veces el destierro de la isla.
In 1868, during the "Grito de Lares" Lola Rodríguez de Tió wrote one of the letters of our National Anthem which was known as "La letra revolucionaria" (The revolutionary words) or "La Patriótica" (The Patriotic) and is given to her to be one of the designers of the Puertorican flag.
In 1910 she was nominated as a member of the "Academia de las Artes y Letras de Cuba" (The Academy of Arts of Cuba) and a honorary partner of "La Sociedad de Escritores y Artistas de Puerto Rico" (The Society of Writers and Artists of Puerto Rico).
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 Lola Rodríguez de Tió   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Lola Rodríguez de Tió was born in San Germán where she received her primary education.
In 1868, inspired by the call for Puerto Rican independence known as the " Grito de Lares," she wrote patriotic lyrics to the tune of "La Borinqueña." The song became very popular, but brought her into conflict with Spanish authorities.
and her continued revolutionary activities, Lola was exiled once more, this time to New York City, where she helped José Martí and other Cuban revolutionaries.
www.loc.gov /rr/hispanic/1898/lola.html   (245 words)

  
 Lola Rodriguez De Tio School in San German, Puerto Rico/PR - School Tree
Lola Rodriguez De Tio School is classified as an "Other Level" not defined as a Primary, Middle, or High School.
Lola Rodriguez De Tio School was operational at the time of the last report and is currently operational.
Lola Rodriguez De Tio School IS NOT a Magnet school.
puerto-rico.schooltree.org /public/Lola-Rodriguez-De-Tio-098522.html   (129 words)

  
 AAW_poetry_essay
Lola Rodriguez de Tio, born in 1843, was the first Puerto Rican poet to achieve a Pan-West Indies reputation.
The other is Julia de Burgos, born in Puerto Rico in 1914 and recognized as one of the most prominent Hispanic poets influencing innumerable poets writing today.
De Burgos began writing poetry at an early age and published her first book of verses at age 19.
www.ncteamericancollection.org /aaw_poetry_essay.htm   (2399 words)

  
 PUERTO RICO HERALD: Puerto Rican In Cuba Sees Common Ties   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Puerto Rico and Cuba are two wings of a bird -- they receive flowers and bullets in the same heart, wrote Lola Rodriguez de Tio, the Puerto Rican poet and separatist, in 1893.
Like Rodriguez de Tio, I am a Puerto Rican in Cuba, where I've lived for the past two years.
The islands' similarities are no less striking today than when Rodriguez de Tio helped design Puerto Rico's flag by inverting the colors of Cuba's flag -- red, white and blue.
www.puertorico-herald.org /issues/2002/vol6n32/PRsInCuba-en.shtml   (1047 words)

  
 Semblanzas
El Grito de Lares representó un jalón histórico en la lucha por la independencia de Puerto Rico y la primera ocasión, en el acontecer histórico del pueblo puertorriqueño, en que la mujer hizo causa común con el hombre para ambos combatir a un enemigo común: el colonialismo.
En tierras de Andrés Bello y Rómulo Gallegos, conoció a Eugenio María de Hostos y apadrinó su boda con la distinguida dama de aquel país, doña Belinda Ayala.
Lola Rodríguez de Tió -“Lola de América”, como comúnmente se le conoce-, es más que un personaje interesante sacado de nuestra historia.
www.galeon.com /expresionesrevista/expresiones/SEMBLANZAS6.htm   (1055 words)

  
 Lola Rodríguez de Tió - biografía e himno revolucionario de la Borinqueña
Fue pionera como defensora de los derechos de la mujer.
Esto la llevó de nuevo a su expulsión, ésta vez a la ciudad de Nueva York, en 1892.
E n 1899 se radicó en Cuba, siendo allí miembro de la "Academia de Artes y Letras", y de la "Sociedad de Escritores y Artistas".
www.preb.com /biog/lolartio.htm   (434 words)

  
 Poesia puertorriqueña
Aunque algo tardío y con ideas que parecen contradictorias a la actitudes políticas de nuestros poetas, estas desaparecen si se toma en cuenta que la literatura puertorriqueña de ese momento es la expresión de una clase social(la clase criolla) que aun no ha podido establecer con plena fuerza y precisión su proyecto como clase.
Nuestros poetas de ese momento comprobaban con su obra la existencia de algo nuevo, propio, distinto del lo español que era la incipiente cultura puertorriqueña.
El autor ve a su patria como una masa sumisa, lugar de origen que casi es negado o herido por amor, pero siempre un pueblo que puede ser redimido de sus propias condiciones.
www.patriagrande.net /puerto.rico/poesia.htm   (1024 words)

  
 La Borinqueña
The music was originally written by Félix Astol Artés in 1867 as an habanera danza, with romantic lyrics.
In 1868, Lola Rodríguez de Tió wrote a poem in support of Puerto Rican revolution, which was set to the Astol Artés music.
Deemed too subversive for official adoption, a less controversial set of lyrics was written in 1903 by Manuel Fernández Juncos and taught in the public schools.
pedia.newsfilter.co.uk /wikipedia/l/la/la_borinquena.html   (496 words)

  
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 lola rodriguez de tio - Search.com
Lola Rodriguez De Tio is composed of four schools within a school: The Institute of Computer Publishing and Multi...
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Lola Rodriguez de Tio wrote its first patriotic lyrics, which were considered highly subversive.
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 Rodriguez Family Genealogy Forum (Page 3)
Rodriguez of Puerto Rico - Gladys Padilla Zapata 12/28/01
Re: Rodriguez as a Sephardic surname - Carlos Rodriguez 1/06/02
Re: Rodriguez as a Sephardic surname - Nestor Rodriguez 7/31/02
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 Biographies: Rodriguez de Tio, Lola
Fueron sus padres Sebastian Rodriguez de Astudillo, uno de los fundadores del Colegio de Abogados y Carmen Ponce de Leon, decendiente de una familia noble.
Fue desterrada de Puerto Rico a Caracas, Venezuela, en 1877; a La Habana, Cuba, en 1887; y de esa Isla a Nueva York, en 1892; siempre por su firme oposición al régimen colonial del imperio español.
Al poco de lograr Cuba su independencia, en 1899, pasó a esta isla, y sería nombrada pronto inspectora de las escuelas públicas.
www.rootsweb.com /~prsanjua/bp-002.htm   (279 words)

  
 La Borinqueña - Lola Rodríguez de Tió   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Un año más tarde, Lola Rodríguez de Tió le escribió una letra patriótica,...
impartiéndole un sentido nacional con el propósito de mover a los puertorriqueños a la lucha por la independencia de la Isla.
Alcanzó gran popularidad en el Grito de Lares como símbolo de lo puertorriqueño, con su natural deseo de alcanzar la libertad.
www.independencia.net /historia/la_borinquena.html   (91 words)

  
 Center for International Policy
Puerto Rico and Cuba are two wings of a bird, they receive flowers and bullets in the same heart, wrote Lola Rodriguez de Tio, the Puerto Rican poet and separatist, in 1893.
That was true until Fidel Castro's 1959 revolution, when Cuba and Puerto Rico took dramatically different paths, relying on rival super powers the Soviet Union and the United States.
The islands' similarities are no less striking today than when Rodriguez de Tio helped design Puerto Rico's flag by inverting the colors of Cuba's flag's red, white and blue.
www.ciponline.org /cuba/cubainthenews/newsarticles/sfss072202bauza.htm   (1044 words)

  
 AHA! Hispanic Arts News, 2001   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In terms of similarities, one of the most obvious things Xiomara Rodriguez and Roberto Cepeda have in common is their commitment to working with the youth through arts-in-education programs via non-profit organizations and the public school system.
Among other similarities between them is their dedication to family tradition, particularly as it relates to culture and the arts; a desire to teach this tradition to others, and a strong belief in the value of what they do — even in the face of discrimination.
In addition to her seasoned interpretation of the sacred Afro-Cuban dances, Xiomara Rodriguez is equally skilled in the secular dances that developed later in Cuba with a greater Spanish influence.
www.latinoarts.org /02docs/han/fl2001/HANfl01a.html   (1907 words)

  
 José Gautier Benítez
Hijo de Rodulfo Gautier, y, la también poeta, Alejandrina Benítez.
Murió en San Juan, el 24 de enero de 1880; a los 32 años de edad.
Dejó una obra poética muy breve, menos de un centenar de poemas.
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 Rodríguez de Tió, Lola (1843-1924) - MavicaNET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Lola Rodríguez de Tió - biografía e himno revolucionario de la Borinqueña - Spanish
Lola Rodríguez de Tió: una vida dedicada a la patria.
Nació en San Germán de Puerto Rico, el 14 de septiembre de 1843 y murió en Cuba el 10 de noviembre de 1924.
www.mavicanet.com /directory/spa/40646.html   (230 words)

  
 News Release   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The choices were Lola Rodríguez de Tió, Ellen Ochoa, César Chávez, and Dr. Luis Rafael Sánchez.
Djujic chose to write about Lola Rodríguez de Tió, a famous Puerto Rican poet who lived in exile in Cuba because of her political activities in trying to liberate Puerto Rico.
She said she chose de Tió because she seemed to be more interesting than the others.
www.saumag.edu /news/englishcontestwinner.htm   (301 words)

  
 Lola Rodríguez de Tió - Poemas
Una de las figuras sobresalientes del lirismo puertorriqueño para esta mitad de siglo.
La poesía de Lola es una que toca los temas de profundidad en la filosofía y la moral.
Agradezco a Herbert I. Maysonet por su colaboración en la realización de esta página.
www.patriagrande.net /puerto.rico/lola.rodriguez.de.tio/index.html   (330 words)

  
 Rodriguez de Tio, Lola (1843-1924) - MavicaNET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Una de las figuras sobresalientes del lirismo puertorriqueño, nació en San Germán, Puerto Rico el 14 de septiembre de 1843.
Su vida y su obra escenifica el destino de los patriotas puertorriqueños que se oponen al régimen colonial.
a short biography with photo of one of Puerto Rico's illustrious poets and revolutionaries, Lola Rodríguez de Tió, and two of her poems.
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