Juana Inés de la Cruz

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Juana Inés of Asbaje Ramírez of Santillana (San Miguel Nepantla, New Spain, 12 November 1648-Mexico, New Spain, 17 April 1695), more known like sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, went a religious jerónima and writer novohispana, exponent of the Century of Gold of the literature in Spanish.

Second volume of the works of sóror Juana Inés de la Cruz, monk profesa in the monastery of the Saint gentleman Jeronimo of the City of Mexico, devoted by the author to D. Juan of Orúe and Orbieto, knight of the Order of Santiago. Seville, Tomás López of Haro, 1692.