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Paperback, 1st edition Colección poesía, 93 pages
Published March 28th 1999 by Editores Mexicanos Unidos
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Erika
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
Lauraathie
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.
Nellie K.
Love her poetry even if I don't understand well that type of Spanish from the 16th-17th century.
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Love Sor Juana...her depth continually astounds me.
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Also known as Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz or, in full, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz de Asbaje y Ramírez de Santillana, was a self-taught Novohispana scholar, nun, poet, and a writer of the baroque school.
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