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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."
Um fato comprovavel no discurso de soror Juana, ao ler a Resposta a Sor Filotea de La Cruz, e seu posicionamento como ardente feminista, ja nesta epoca, o que comprova a desobediencia da monja e o atrevimento de seu genero ao criticar um genio como o autor do Sermao do Mandato, conforme explica soror Juana (apud Paz, 1992: 513)" no es ligero castigo, quien creyo que no habia hombre que se atreviese a responderle, ver que se atreve una mujer ignorante, en quien es tan ajeno este genero de estudio, y tan distante de su sexo; pero tambien lo era Judit el manejo de las armas y de Debora la judicatura".
Poet, seeker, and scholar: 17th-century Mexican nun Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz has become legendary for her complexities and ambitions.
We are particularly interested in the impact that a pregnancy process had on Juana's life (as we shall call the participant), but we shall go through different moments in her narration that refer to other periods of her life cycle.
Among this year's selections are "Under the Same Sky" by Britta Teckentrup; "Drawn Together" by Minh Le; "Juana and Lucas" by Juana Medina; "Song for a Whale" by Lynne Kelly; "New Kid" by Jerry Craft; "Saints and Misfits" by S.K.
Juana Manahan Yupangco is on a quest to address the malnutrition among the youth.
Juana Marti Nieto, who works as a teaching assistant, is wearing the brightly coloured wristbands to show solidarity with other people diagnosed with cancer.