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Title: sor juana essay

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Subject: History
Author: James M
Date: February 7, 2012
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Grade: B
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In the readings, ("Response to the Most Illustrious Poetess Sor Filotes de la Cruz, the three "Romances" and the "Redondillas"), she spills out her beliefs, feelings and pain in forms of symbolic devices and irony in attempt to erase the differences between men and women as intellectual beings, as well as to argue for a woman's right to pursue intellectual activities...

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She was the illegitimate daughter of Pedro Manuel de Asbaje. Pedro was, a Basque and vacant from the household and Sor Juana's life. Her mother was Isabel Ramirez. Mrs. Ramirez, a Creole, was a strong figure that gained control of the hacienda due to the absence of Pedro. Sor Juana's mother was very important to her and held her dear to her heart...

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