Hunger's Brides
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Links to related online resources

Online Resources

The Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz project, created by Dartmouth College, is arguably the finest resource online. Features biographical sketches, timelines, scholarly articles and digital facsimiles of her manuscripts. The jewel in the crown of the site is its searchable database (in Spanish) of the four volumes of Sor Juana's complete works - poetry, plays and prose.

Cambridge University has assembled a similarly valuable set of materials here.

Sweet Briar College has collected and translated a sampling of her sonnets.

In Germany, Bielefeld University has developed a digital facsimiles collection of the first text of her collected works. 

A Women's Studies class at the University of Arizona has created a set of Sor Juana resources here.

A number of distinguished writers and poets have written about Sor Juana. Among them, Octavio Paz, Robert Graves, Eduardo Galeano, Diane Ackerman, Gabriela Mistral, Xavier Villarutia, and Margo Glantz.

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