NCBI Bookshelf. Hispanics and the Future of America. Nancy S. Landale , R.
Juana Inés de la Cruz
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In Colonial Latin America, patriarchal society was the norm. Males were viewed as superiors over females, and women were expected to maintain primarily domestic roles in the household. In fact, this biased gender role was an aspect of the social hierarchy even during the post-Colonial era in Latin America. While many women abided by this gender role, a particular woman went against it, becoming a controversial feminist during the s. As a self-taught scholar, nun, poet, playwright, and composer, Cruz demonstrated all the unique elements of a woman present in a patriarchal society. While Cruz was able to rise up and challenge the gender roles of her time by publishing controversial works, there were major effects of her expressing her voice as she faced gender discrimination and succumbed to hegemony at the end of her career. However, her legacy as the pioneering feminist of Latin America remains important in the modern day as she continues to inspire feminist movements.
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Her outspoken opinions granted her lifelong names such as "The Tenth Muse", "The Phoenix of Mexico" and "The Phoenix of America",  for she was a flame that rose from the ashes of "religious authoritarianism". Sor Juana lived during Mexico's colonial period, making her a contributor both to early Spanish literature as well as to the broader literature of the Spanish Golden Age. Beginning her studies at a young age , Sor Juana was fluent in Latin and also wrote in Nahuatl ,  and became known for her philosophy in her teens. Sor Juana educated herself in her own library, which was mostly inherited from her grandfather.
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