A Sor Juana anthology

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Harvard University Press, Sep 15, 1988 - Literary Criticism - 248 pages
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'Sor Juana with her intricate conceits, torrents of imagery and baroque opulence... inspires and challenges Trueblood to transform the Spanish verse forms into contemporary equivalents. He triumphs.' - Robert Taylor, Boston Globe.

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Contents

Poems
4
The Convent and the Court
27
Vicarious Love
67
What Is Music?
83
The Self the World
91
In a Lighter Vein
111
The Villancicos
123
From The Divine Narcissus
146
First Dream
166
The Letter of Sor Philothea
199
The Reply to Sor Philothea
205
Key to Poem Numbers
245
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About the author (1988)

Alan S. Trueblood, Professor of Hispanic Studies and Comparative Literature, Brown University, is the author of "Experience and Artistic Expression in Lope de Vega".

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