On this phenomenon, see for instance Cecil Roth, "The Role of Spanish in the Marrano
Diaspora," in Hispanic Studies in Honour of I.
16) This hybrid phenomenon of Marrano
Judaizers is contrasted with the sometimes fervent Christian zeal among the conversos, who embraced their new faith passionately but were unable to completely expunge all of the weight of their old one.
Discovering her own kinship with the Marranos
, she finds descendants on Majorca "who, after centuries of secrecy, have recently made tentative moves to embrace their Judaism openly," and she seeks out a group of the descendants of Marranos
who followed Columbus to the New World.
See "The Elizabethan Image of Africa," 20; Meyers, "Lawsuits," 157, 163, and "Elizabethan Marranos
Unmasked"; and entry for May 5, 1597, vol.
It is also to complicate the traditional account of Christian suspicion of Jewish conversion in the earlier periods, which was heightened in Renaissance England in the wake of the forced baptisms of the Iberian Inquisitions and the spread of a small but measurable Marrano
community to a few English port cities.
D'Annunzio's Latinity depends on the rejection of other races, including the Japanese--"la piccola gente ha rimpicciolito quel ch'era grande e degno di me" (C 127, January 15,1925)--and an absolute rejection of Hitler--"il marrano
Adolf Hitler dall'ignobile faccia offuscata sotto gli indelebili schizzi della tinta di calce e di colla" (C 319, October 9, 1933).
Our strategy is to establish multiple options for vendors from which facility managers, owners, and operators can purchase BUILDER(TM)," said Lance Marrano
, project manager at CERL.
Goldstein starkly contrasts the case of Uriel da Costa, a Marrano
Christian convert who fled to Amsterdam prior to the arrival of the Spinozas.
The itinerary of these metaphors links the figure of the English Jew to a proliferation of dangerously hybrid identities, from Venetians to Marrano
immigrants from the Netherlands.
As head of the Marrano
community in London, he was running a syndicate of merchants linked by close family ties, whose policy was to open up trade with the Mediterranean countries.
It is thus almost shocking to find that Foxe does include in his Book of Martyrs one martyr who is a Marrano
We sent RFPs to 11 media companies, and at the end of the day, CBS Plus gave us the most value and the most creativity for our budget," said Debra Marrano
of Bozell Southern California.