5 edition of Sor Juana/música found in the catalog.
Pamela H. Long
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Pamela H. Long.|
|Series||Ibérica -- v. 39|
|LC Classifications||ML423.J8 L7 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009000507|
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Stated first - Primera Edicion, This is volume two only of the collected works of Sor Juana de la Cruz. There are four volumes in this uniform edition. One of the 'Biblioteca Americana' from FDCE in the series 'Literatura Colonial'. Black and white frontis of Sor Juana. Books about Sor Juana &Her Work Search this Guide Search. Latin American Studies: Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: Books about Sor Juana &Her Work. This website was created in support of the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Conference. Home; Sor Juana & Her Work Toggle : Teresa Omidsalar.
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A talented poet, playwright, scientist, and mathematician, Sor Juana also explored musical instruments and theory. Sor Juana/Música investigates the musical aspects of Sor Juana’s literary achievements, exploring the dense metaphorical interplay of musical and literary images, and places her works within the musicological ambience of her : $ Sor Juana (–) was a fiery feminist and a woman ahead of her time.
Like Simone de Beauvoir, she was very much a public intellectual. Her contemporaries called her "the Tenth Muse" and "the Phoenix of Mexico," names that continue to resonate. An illegitimate child, self-taught intellectual, and court favorite, she rose to the height of Cited by: 1.
Sor Juana was a 17th-century Mexican nun, who, against much clerical opposition, wrote religious and secular poems and plays. A Sor Juana Anthology contains a selection of her poetic work, and her learned prose reply to a letter of admonishment, criticizing her on the grounds that scholarship and learning not devoted to the worship of Christ, especially by a woman, were unjustified/5.
Sor Juana: Or, the Traps of Faith is an important piece of Mexican literary history: Where else, in just one Sor Juana/música book, will you find the country's second-best poet paying homage to its first-best poet.
Nevermind that the book is eternally long Sor Juana/música book curious that a so-called biography on Sor Juana is only a hundred pages shorter than my volume of her complete works) and in a lot of ways is more /5.
Get this from a library. Sor Juana/música: how the Décima musa composed, practiced, and imagined music. [Pamela H Long] -- "In her lost treatise on music which she titled El caracol, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz addressed the image of the spiral as a metaphor for musical harmony, an image which she distilled in.
“Sor Juana is a loving, playful exploration of this brilliant, controversial, and unpredictable woman. It uses the multifarious visual and cultural interpretations of the nun in pop culture as a stepping off point from which to illuminate the spirit of this woman, and to explain how she managed to capture the hearts and minds of generations.
A feminist classic, The Answer/La Respuesta is the letter by 17th century Mexican nun Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz to a priest who hoped to silence her and all women. Known as the first feminist of the Americas, Sor Juana was a brilliant scholar and poet and an outspoken defender of women's rights.
Her works shows a keen awareness of gender. Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, O.S.H. (English: Sister Joan Agnes of the Cross; 12 November – 17 April ), was a writer, philosopher, composer, poet of the Baroque school, and Hieronymite nun of New Spain (Mexico).Her outspoken opinions granted her lifelong names such as "The Tenth Muse" and "The Phoenix of Mexico", for she was a flame that rose from the ashes of "religious.
“I don't study to know more, but to ignore less.” -Juana Inés de la Cruz This timeline was written as if Sor Juana herself was composing the sequence of her life`s occurences in a very descriptive manner since it was made with the purpose of being an introductory genre in order to inform and apprise all of you readers with a little more knowledge regarding Sor Juana`s life in a.
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz was a self-taught scholar, writer, poetess, nun and a feminist philosopher belonging to a Mexico which was a part of the Spanish Empire. Born on 12 NovemberSor Juana was an exceptionally bright child, and had learned to read by the age of three and had written her first poem at the age of eight.
Mexico's leading poet, essayist, and cultural critic writes of a Mexican poet of another time and another world, the world of seventeenth-century New Spain. His subject is Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, the most striking figure in all of Spanish-American colonial literature and one of the great poets of her age.
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A prolific writer, a learned scholar, and the first woman theologian of the Americas, she was also a defender of the dignity and rights of women in the midst of a fiercely patriarchal culture.
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Sor Juana continued to respond to external pressures: in addition to forswearing books and musical instruments, she refrained from writing and studying.
A plague swept through the convent in and, on Ap after taking care of her fellow sisters, she died at the age of Sor Juana., Puebla de Zaragoza (Puebla, Puebla). K likes. Sor Juana es una poeta novohispana de la segunda mitad del siglo XVII.
Written by Sor Juana Ines De la cruz, Audiobook narrated by Joaquin Madrigal. Sign-in to download and listen to this audiobook today. First time visiting Audible. Get this book. Bibliography: p.  Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, poet, dramatist, scholar, and nun, an outstanding writer of the Latin American colonial period and of the Hispanic Baroque.
Juana Ramírez thirsted for knowledge from her earliest years and throughout her life. As a female, she had little access to formal education and. Juana enjoyed poring over books and was soon making up her own stories, songs, and poems. Juana wanted to become a scholar, but career options for women were limited at this time.
She decided to become a nun—Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz—in order to spend her life in solitude reading and writing.Though accomplished, Sor Juana was the subject of criticism by her political and religious superiors.
When her friends, the Viceroy Marqués de la Laguna and his wife María Luisa, Condesa de Paredes (the subject of a series of Sor Juana's love poems), left Mexico inSor Juana lost much of the protection to which she had been accustomed.Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz () wrote poetry, prose, and plays and is considered the greatest of Mexican women writers.
She was an intellectual prodigy, reportedly mastering Latin in twenty lessons, and at sixteen she entered a convent so that she might continue her by: 1.