In this context of muddled ideological goals and outcries over the forced recruitment of gauchos, it is not surprising that Eduarda Mansilla de García ( ). This file, part of the Collection of the Academia Argentina de Letras, was provided to Wikimedia Commons thanks to an agreement between the Academia. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.
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She was the sister of Lucio Norberto Mansilla and niece of Juan Manuel de Rosas Her first novel under her own name was Pablo ou la via dans les pampas in As the title implies the novel was written eduwrda French.
Eduarda Mansilla () – Find A Grave Memorial
It concerned bringing order to the Pampas. She also wrote of her visits to the United States where she sympathized with the Native Americans in the United Stateswhile nevertheless emphasizing them as primitive, but also sympathized with the slave-owners of the Confederate States of America.
In life she had to deal with men of conflicting political beliefs as her husband was the son of an opponent of Juan Manuel de Rosas.
Eduarda Mansilla was formally trained to be a musician. Growing up in Buenos Aires she had learned to play the piano. This particular aspect of her up bringing was a result of the prevalent social norms of the times, which dictated that people of high social eduards be well versed in music.
Eduarda Mansilla (Author of Recuerdos de Viaje)
Mansilla even composed music, and had published some of them. Her musical training manifested in her writings as well. Music as a subject, its performance, and references to musical instruments are common in her literary works. From Wikipedia, edurada free encyclopedia.
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