Page 225 Republican Friendship: Manuela SÃ¡enz Writes Women into the Nation, 1835 â1856 Sarah C. Chambers Manuela SÃ¡enz has not suffered the fate of many women throughout history: she has not been forgotten. But the image of her that has lived on, for all its vivid color, is strangely ï¬at. She is remembered as the lover of SimÃ³n BolÃvar, the renowned leader of South Americaâs independence from Spain.1 Novels and biographies alike depict her as the passionate beauty to whom BolÃvar wrote, âI also want to see you, and examine you and touch you and feel you and savor you and unite you to me through all my senses.â2 Her passions extended into the public sphere, where she dramatically defended the image of This article is an expanded version of a paper presented at a conference entitled âRe-Thinking Nationalisms: Womenâs Writings of Resistance and Accommodation in the Modern Periodâ at the Universitat AutÃ³noma de Barcelona in November 1996. I would like to thank AsunciÃ³n Lavrin, John C. Chasteen, Nancy Appelbaum, Mary J. Maynes, Lisa Norling, Sylvia Hoffert, Nancy Hewitt, members of the Comparative Womenâs History Workshop and Early American History Workshop at the University of Minnesota, and the
Hispanic American Historical Review – Duke University Press
Published: May 1, 2001
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