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Selección poética

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Paperback, 1st edition Colección poesía, 93 pages
Published March 28th 1999 by Editores Mexicanos Unidos
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Erika
May 26, 2013 Erika rated it it was ok
Sor Juana turned out to be such a sassy lady. I enjoyed reading her opinion on unrequited love and how we usually fall for the one that doesn't love us. The writing was too lyric for me, I had trouble staying focused on what was said. Poetry has always been a problem for me because I'm a very impatient and straightfoward type of person. Why take five stanzas when you can get an idea cross in a single sentence? I know that's the beauty of poetry, how things are said, but I think it's just not for ...more
Maria Magdalena
"Y del cerebro, ya desocupado,
las fantasmas huyeron,
y –como de vapor leve formadas–
en fácil humo, en viento convertidas,
su forma resolvieron."

Sor Juana no está de más decirlo es lo más sublime que he leído.
Marel
Dec 16, 2015 Marel rated it it was amazing
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Tenía éste pequeño libro en mi estantería pero nunca lo había leído, y hace 10 años no le entendía una sola palabra, me costaba mucho la poesía y la manera en que estaba escrito. En diciembre de 2015 lo empecé a hojear y me maravillé de todo lo que me había perdido. Mi respetos para esta mujer que a pesar de la época en que vivía, con muchos impedimentos para las mujeres, no se dejó vencer y gracias a eso tenemos acceso a sus escritos. Maravillosa lectura, nunca pasará de moda.

5 estrellas 100%.
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Jul 09, 2008 Lauraathie rated it really liked it
Es mi segunda "Juana" favorita además de Juana de Arco.
Tal vez sus letras rebeldes y su disfraz de monja son el inicio de la motivación por quitarme la máscara de sumisión que nos ponen al nacer.
Tal vez mi cabello corto sea también un homenaje a su valentía.
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Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, (English: Sister Joan Agnes of the Cross) was born on 12 November 1651. She was a self-taught scholar and poet of the Baroque school, and Hieronymite nun of New Spain, known in her lifetime as "The Tenth Muse."

Although she lived in a colonial era when Mexico was part of the Spanish Empire, she is considered today both a Mexican writer and a contributor to the Spanish Go
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