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Coded Encounters: Writing, Gender, and Ethnicity in Colonial Latin America

Editor: Cevallos-Candua, Francisco Javier; Cole, Jeffrey A.; Scott, Nina M.; Su√°urez-Ara√ļz, Nicomedes (ed.)
Year published: 1994
Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press
City: Amherst


Catalina de Erauso (La Monja Alf√©rez) (pp 177-205). Chapter, Stephanie Merrim, "Catalina de Erauso: From Anomalie to Icon". She quotes from Joaqu√≠n Mar√≠a de Ferrer, Historia de la monja Alf√©rez do√Īa Catalina de Erauso escrita por ella misma, (Julio Didot, Paris, 1829) and Tipograf√≠a Renovaci√≥n, Madrid, 1918. (Prologue by Jos√© Mar√≠a de Heredia.)
Clarinda (pp 207). Chapter Nina M. Scott, "La gran turba de las que merecieron nombres": Sor Juana's foremothers in "La Respuesta a Sor Filotea", pp.206 to 223. Includes Sor Juana's fore-mothers.
Josefa Amar y Borbón (pp 264). Cited in the bibliography.

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