Fernando Tarrida del Mármol

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Fernando Tarrida del Mármol.

Fernando Tarrida del Mármol (August 2, 1861 – 1915), was a Cuban anarchist writer. He was born in Havana to a wealthy family of Catalan emigrants, and was the nephew of Cuban general Donato Mármol. He studied engineering in Barcelona, Toulouse and Madrid, becoming professor and director of the Polytechnic School of Barcelona. In Barcelona Tarrida del Mármol wrote articles in the magazines "Anarchy", La Revista Blanca and El Productor, collaborating with Federico Urales and Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia. He coined the term ' anarchism without adjectives', a call for more tolerance amongst the divided anarchist factions.[citation needed] He was imprisoned and then fearful for this life took refuge first in France and then England where he became involved with the Fabians.[citation needed] He died in London aged 54 and is buried in Lewisham in the Brockley and Ladywell Cemeteries.

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