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Juana,

Spanish queen of Castile: see JoannaJoanna
(Joanna the Mad), 1479–1555, Spanish queen of Castile and León (1504–55), daughter of Ferdinand II and Isabella I. She succeeded to Castile and León at the death of her mother.
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In that case," said Sancho Panza, "if I should become a king by one of those miracles your worship speaks of, even Juana Gutierrez, my old woman, would come to be queen and my children infantes.
A sus 77 anos se vuelve a subir a los escenarios del Teatro de la Abadia, en la capital madrilena para interpretrar la obra Reina Juana, un papel que lleva interpretando cerca de dos anos y con la que pronto terminara.
Poet, seeker, and scholar: 17th-century Mexican nun Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz has become legendary for her complexities and ambitions.
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz and the Gender Politics of Knowledge in Colonial Mexico.
Contract awarded for Inauguration Stadium Municipal Service, Municipality Of Santa Juana
La musa y la melopea: la musica en el mundo conventual, la vida y el pensamiento de Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz.
Recientemente Canal Once presento en siete capitulos la serie Juana Ines, donde se abordo la vida de Juana Ines de Asbaje y Ramirez (16511695), que logro una gran audiencia y ha sido uno de los programas de mayor exito en dicho canal cultural.
Emblema de inteligencia, de teson, de valentia y a la vez mujer de belleza novohispana, Juana Ines de la Cruz es una figura fundamental de la cultura de Mexico.
After over thirty years since the first edition of Octavio Paz's ambitious essay, Sor Juana, Or the Traps of Faith, this paper raises some questions to better contextualize and explain the significance of this book within the vast critical tradition of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, as well as to try to contribute with a brief interpretation of its role in the overall production of the Mexican poet and essayist.
After living in her mother-in-law's Makati condominium unit for six years and in her parents' Quezon City home for several months, Baby Magazine editor in chief and Cocoon columnist Juana Manahan-Yupangco knew exactly what she wanted when it came time for her and husband Rick to finally invest in a place of their own.
JUANA DE ASBAJE Y RAMIREZ, conocida como Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, trabajo de monja en un convento de la Orden de San Jeronimo de la ciudad de Mexico, y dado que dicho convento pertenecia a la diocesis y por tanto al arzobispado, a su vez propiedad de la Iglesia catolica, legalmente administrada por el papa obispo de Roma, se extiende este