Home → sparknotes → literature study guides → lieutenant nun lieutenant nun catalina de erauso table of contents plot overview characters. 6 days ago lieutenant nun : memoir of a basque transvestite in the new world / catalina de erauso by translated from the spanish by michele stepto and. One of those stories is that of catalina de erauso, also known as the lieutenant nun born at the end of the sixteenth century, there is a slight.
Bibliography: includes bibliographical references (pages 189-209) and index contents acknowledgments introduction chapter 1: catalina de erauso and her . The life of catalina de erauso, the lieutenant nun the life, story, and history of the seventeenth-century basque ensign nun doña catalina de erauso,. Meet catalina de erauso, the cross-dressing warrior nun allthatsinterestingcom/catalina-de-erauso. One of the earliest known autobiographies by a woman, this is the extraordinary tale of catalina de erauso, who in 1599 escaped from a.
Marjorie garber (vested interests: cross-dressing and cultural anxiety), provides a lively introduction to this picaresque autobiography of a 17th-century nun. Lieutenant nun: memoir of a basque transvestite in the new world catalina de erauso, author, michele stepto, translator, gabriel stepto, translator beacon. Catalina de erauso (in spanish) or katalina erauso (in basque), also known in spanish as la monja alférez (english, the nun lieutenant) was a personality of .
Lieutenant nun memoir of a basque transvestite in the new world by catalina de erauso translated by michele stepto and gabriel. If police lieutenant harvey keitel's life could get any more sordid, keitel is forced to reassess his life while investigating the rape of a nun. Lieutenant nun : memoir of a basque transvestite in the new world [catalina de erauso michele stepto gabriel stepto] -- english version of historia de la. Catalina de erauso (1592-1650) was a basque noblewoman who, just before taking final vows to become a nun, escaped from the convent at san sebastián,. Before we go into the details of her life, lets just say that the story of the lieutenant nun is another one of those situations where fact has.
The lives and deeds of the lieutenant nun university park, pa: penn state press, nd book manuscript in progress for the latin american originals series. Catalina de erauso, also known as la monja alférez (english, the nun lieutenant) (1592, donostia-san sebastian, spain—1650, cuetlaxtla, new spain), was. Posts about lieutenant nun written by notable women.
Translating the lieutenant nun: (re)reading and (re)writing an early modern text and body, february monday 5th 6pm emily rose, uea, bateman room,. And exploits of the lieutenant nun) professor boruchoff serves on the editorial boards of anuario de estudios cervantinos, latin american research review,.
When abel ferrara's bad lieutenant was released 17 years ago and between a drunken three-way, a nun getting gang-raped (intercut with. Vision” to highlight the surplus of images of the lieutenant nun in the text, images that resist any understanding or categorization the text. The fighting nun 1624, her fame had preceded her so that she was met by throngs of people crying, “long life to valor,” and “viva the lieutenant nun” when . Lieutenant nun by elaine avila directed by mercedes bátiz-benét & kathleen greenfield ~ photos by jam hamidi ~ presented at the victoria international.