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Book for the hour of recreation

Author: María de San José; Alison Weber; Amanda Powell
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2002.
Series: Other voice in early modern Europe.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
María de San José Salazar (1548-1603) took the veil as a Discalced (""barefoot"") Carmelite nun in 1571, becoming one of Teresa of Avila's most important collaborators in religious reform and serving as prioress of the Seville and Lisbon convents. Within the parameters of the strict Catholic Reformation in Spain, María fiercely defended women's rights to define their own spiritual experience and to teach,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Biographies
Biography
Named Person: Teresa, of Avila Saint; Teresa, of Avila Saint
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: María de San José; Alison Weber; Amanda Powell
ISBN: 1281126047 9781281126047 9786611126049 661112604X 0226734625 9780226734620
OCLC Number: 1162015570
Language Note: English.
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (205 p.).
Contents: Introduction to the Series; Chronology of the Life of María de San José Salazar; Introduction to María de San José Salazar (1548 -1603); A Note on the Translation; Book for the Hour of Recreation; Introduction; First Recreation; Second Recreation; Third Recreation; Fourth Recreation; Fifth Recreation; Sixth Recreation; Seventh Recreation; Eighth Recreation; Ninth Recreation; Suggestions for Further Reading; Index
Series Title: Other voice in early modern Europe.
Other Titles: Libro de recreaciones.
Responsibility: María de San José Salazar ; introduction and notes by Alison Weber ; translation by Amanda Powell.

Abstract:

María de San José Salazar (1548-1603) took the veil as a Discalced (""barefoot"") Carmelite nun in 1571, becoming one of Teresa of Avila's most important collaborators in religious reform and serving as prioress of the Seville and Lisbon convents. Within the parameters of the strict Catholic Reformation in Spain, María fiercely defended women's rights to define their own spiritual experience and to teach, inspire, and lead other women in reforming their church.María wrote this book as a defense of the Discalced practice of setting aside two hours each day for conversation, music,

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