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AN OLD WOMAN’S GUIDE TO
LOVE: MARÍA GERTRUDIS HORE’S
“AMOR CADUCO.”
Elizabeth Franklin Lewis
University of Mary Washington...
FÉLIX MARÍA SAMANIEGO: FÁBULAS EN VERSO CASTELLANO
PARA EL USO DEL REAL SEMINARIO BASCONGADO (1781),
MADRID: 1841
FRANCISCO GOYA
1808-1812
“Majas on a Balcony” Metropolitan Museum of Art “Maja and Celestina,” Bartolomé March Collection ...
FRANCISCO GOYA, FAMILY OF CHARLES IV
1800-1801
Museo del Prado. Source: Wikicommons
GOYA, CAPRICHOS (1799) 3, 55
Source: Wikicommons
MARÍA GERTRUDIS HORE (1742-1801)
“AMOR CADUCO” DIARIO DE MADRID, 17 APRIL, 1796
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An old woman’s guide to love

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An old woman’s guide to love

  1. 1. AN OLD WOMAN’S GUIDE TO LOVE: MARÍA GERTRUDIS HORE’S “AMOR CADUCO.” Elizabeth Franklin Lewis University of Mary Washington elewis@umw.edu
  2. 2. FÉLIX MARÍA SAMANIEGO: FÁBULAS EN VERSO CASTELLANO PARA EL USO DEL REAL SEMINARIO BASCONGADO (1781), MADRID: 1841
  3. 3. FRANCISCO GOYA 1808-1812 “Majas on a Balcony” Metropolitan Museum of Art “Maja and Celestina,” Bartolomé March Collection “Time and the Old Women.” Palais de Beaux Arts Lille. Source, Wikicommons
  4. 4. FRANCISCO GOYA, FAMILY OF CHARLES IV 1800-1801 Museo del Prado. Source: Wikicommons
  5. 5. GOYA, CAPRICHOS (1799) 3, 55 Source: Wikicommons
  6. 6. MARÍA GERTRUDIS HORE (1742-1801) “AMOR CADUCO” DIARIO DE MADRID, 17 APRIL, 1796

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