By Emily Hind
Hind attracts on poetry, brief tales, performs, novels, images, own correspondence, ads, and interviews to make obvious the anti-feminine developments in femmenism and to visualize a femmenism that may entice the following new release of women.
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Extra resources for Femmenism and the Mexican Woman Intellectual from Sor Juana to Poniatowska: Boob Lit
Yet, despite its originality, the novel does not deviate significantly from the Sor Juana archetype. Like the poet-nun and the lieutenant-nun, YOUR MATERNITY OR YOUR MIND 41 Claire never becomes a mother. Unlike Sor Juana and the Inquisition-battling de Erauso, whose lives emphasize virginity, Claire is not virginal but magically infertile. 16 The cure also makes Claire fall catatonic each time she leaves the Valley of Mexico. Thus, she succeeds as a military leader, although in contrast with the swashbuckling Catalina de Erauso, Claire earns her military honors while comatose in battle.
Because the rational (= masculinist) tradition turns out to be not so rational, the effort to engage logically with it leads to something other than triumphant inverses. ” Rather than attempt to reason with the unreasonable, which will never win a rigged game, feminists might be better served by a female body–based imagery that would imagine vaginas as powerful and inalienable. One reason for the dearth of functional feminine imaginary probably has to do with feminist insistence that the phallic operates as an equal opportunity metaphor.
Why has Sor Juana, like Rosario Castellanos and Elena Poniatowska after her, come to serve official needs so prominently? As Ermilo Abreu Gómez observes, Sor Juana represents a woman without sex; instead of having her head cut off—perhaps a reference to the familiar narrative treatment of witches or queens— Sor Juana’s sacrifice is her body (177, 174). The significant limitations of this model have not detracted from the popularity of Sor Juana’s image. She is probably the Mexican writer with the largest number of streets named after her in the national capital.