Gongora


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a Spanish poet whose work was characterized by an affected elegance of style (1561-1627)

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Sa katunayan, ang apo ko po ay hindi kumakain ng gulay, pero dahil po sa programang ito ay kumakain na ngayon ang aking apo at mas naging supportive po sa akin ang aking pamilya,' Gongora said.
It is the latter point I would like to examine here through an analysis of a sonnet dedicated to Siguenza y Gongora along with the circumstances within which Sor Juana produced it.
Chapter 2, "Land, Law, and Lineage: The Cacicazgo of San Juan Teotihuacan," delves further into the symbiotic relationships that existed between indigenous elites and non-indigenous peoples by looking at the archive's transfer into Singuenza y Gongora's hands as an attempt to "bolster don Diego's (a descendant of Ixtlilxochitl's) claim on the family's cacicazgo" at a time when claims to traditional indigenous landholdings were increasingly under attack (48).
He trades in other hoary stereotypes as well, describing Gongora as "an Andalusian with the sharp intellect and gilded wit so lacking among the stern Castilians" (381).
Gongora is a native New Mexican who lives in Albuquerque and is a graduate of the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics.
No otro sentido tienen las cabelleras, los zafiros y los pedazos de vidrio de Gongora
Cunningham bring into print his verse translation of Gongora's Soledades and wrote the introduction to it; he translated Hijos de la ira, by his teacher and friend Damaso Alonso, and Notas de viaje, by the Chilean poet Pedro Lastra; he wrote articles that deal with translation, such as "Fray Luis de Leon: traduccion e imitacion"; and, with Anne Cruz, he translated the prose manifestos of Juan Boscan and Garcilaso de la Vega.