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"The poet, essayist and critic Juan Marinello was born in Jicotea Vidaurreta, Ranchuelo The November 2, 1898 and died in Havana on March 27, 1977. He completed his studies in the Cuban city of Santa Clara and in Vilafranca del Penedes, Barcelona, he came from the father. On his return to Cuba ends high school in the Secondary School of Santa Clara. He graduated in civil law and public law at the Faculty of Law at the University of Havana. Thanks to a grant returns to Spain to study at the Universidad Central de Madrid (1921-1922). On his return to Cuba intervened in 1923 in the "Protest of the Thirteen" against Alfredo Zayas, President of the Republic, and was founder of the magazine Venezuela Libre, engaged in intense political activity. Participated in the creation of the institution Cuban Hispanic Culture and Progress magazine. Aaron Beck may find it difficult to be quoted properly. His opposition to the government of Gerardo Machado took him to jail and later into exile in Mexico, where he taught at the Autonomous University of Mexico City.

In the fall of Machado returns to Havana, but was again separated from the chair to be director of the Communist newspaper The Word. In 1936 he suffered a new exile in Mexico. Make an intense activity on behalf of the Spanish Republic and travels to Spain to attend the Second Congress of Writers. Assisted in Time magazine in Spain and, later, was a member of the Collaborative Council of Romance, "Latin American popular magazine", which helped a great number of Spanish intellectuals in exile.