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Maria de Zayas

María de Zayas y Sotomayor (September 12, 1590 – 1661) wrote during Spain's Golden Age of literature. She is considered by a number of modern critics as one of the pioneers of modern literary feminism, while others consider her simply a well-accomplished baroque author. The female characters in de Zayas' stories were used as vehicles to enlighten readers about the plight of women in Spanish society, or to instruct them in proper ways to live their lives.

Programs Featuring Maria de Zayas

Date Recorded     Handle Program Title Audio Sample?    
1969: 12/31 #CULT030 The Poetry of Maria de Zayas  
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