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Drawing on feminist and poststructural criticism, the author offers an analysis of the life and writings of colonial nun, Madre Castillo. Her writing is situated within a tradition of female autobiography in which nuns negotiated the power to represent themselves in their stories.
University of Massachusetts Press
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