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Her maternal grandfather owned property in Amecameca and Juana spent her early years living with her mother on his estate, Panoaya.
Juana was a voracious reader in her early childhood, hiding in the hacienda chapel to read her grandfather's books from the adjoining library. She composed her first poem when she was eight years old. By adolescence, she had comprehensively studied Greek logic, and was teaching Latin to young children at age She also learned Nahuatl, an Aztec language spoken in Central Mexico, and wrote some short poems in that language.
At age eight, after her grandfather's death, she was sent to live in Mexico City with her maternal aunt. She longed to disguise herself as a male so that she could go to University but was not given permission by her family to do so.
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz was a 17th century nun, self-taught scholar and acclaimed writer of the Latin American colonial period and the Hispanic Baroque. She was also a staunch advocate for. Conoce a Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz / Get to Know Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz (Spanish Edition) (Personajes del Mundo Hispanico) (Personajes del mundo / Historical Figures of the Hispanic World) Jul 1, by Edna Iturralde and Maria Jesus Alvarez. Paperback. $ $ 9 77 $ Prime. Poetisa, dramaturga y religiosa hispano-mexicana, nacida en San Miguel de Nepantla el 12 de noviembre de (aunque la mayor parte de sus biógrafos, basándose en las aseveraciones de la propia autora, fecharon erróneamente su nacimiento en ), y fallecida en el convento de San Jerónimo, sito en la capital azteca, el 17 de abril de .
She continued to study privately, and, at 16, was presented to the court of the Viceroy Marquis de Mancera, where she was admitted to the service of the Viceroy's wife.
When she was 17, the Viceroy assembled a panel of scholars to test her intelligence. The vast array of skills and knowledge she demonstrated before the panel became publicly known throughout Mexico.
Her reputation and her apparent beauty attracted a great deal of attention. Interested not in marriage but in the furthering of her studies, Juana entered the Convent of the Discalced Carmelites of St. Joseph, where she remained for a few months. Inat age 21, she entered Convent of the Order of St.
In the Convent, Sor Juana had her own study and library and was able to talk often with scholars from the Court and the University. Besides the writing of poems and plays, her studies included music, philosophy and natural science. Her small room was filled with books, scientific instruments and maps.
Though accomplished, Sor Juana was the subject of criticism by her political and religious superiors. Ina letter of hers which criticized a well-known Jesuit sermon was published without her permission by a person using the pseudonym "Sor Filotea de la Cruz.
Sor Juana's reply, the now famous Respuesta a Sor Filotea has been hailed as the first feminist manifesto, defending, among other things, a woman's right to education. Her fervent reply was the subject of further criticism, and the Archbishop and others demanded that she give up any non-religious books or studies.
She continued to publish non-religious works, among them several villancicos a poetic form typically sung as a religious devotional for feasts of the Catholic calendar about St. Catharine of Alexandria, written in a more feminist than religious tone. During this time, Sor Juana was required to sell her books as well as all musical and scientific instruments.
Sor Juana responded by devoting herself to a rigorous penance, giving up all studies and writing.
Ina plague hit the convent. On April 17, after tending to her fellow sisters, Juana died from the disease around the age of forty-four.Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz was a 17th century nun, self-taught scholar and acclaimed writer of the Latin American colonial period and the Hispanic Baroque.
She was also a staunch advocate for. Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: 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. La Sentencia del Justo Firma Pilatos la que juzga ajena Sentencia, y es la suya.
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