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La vida de Santa Teresa de Jesús
Author: Marcelle Auclair
Publisher: Ediciones Palabra, S.A.
ISBN: 8498402360
Pages: 520
Year: 2008-12-23
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Estas páginas despiertan la simpatía y el afecto hacia la figura de la santa de Ávila, arrastrándonos, como si fuera la cosa más natural del mundo, hacia las cimas del amor a Dios.
Enkindling Love
Author: Gillian T. W. Ahlgren
Publisher: Fortress Press
ISBN: 1506405606
Pages: 150
Year: 2016-06-03
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Enkindling Love chronicles the journey toward a living partnership with God, as articulated by two of Christianity's great mystical teachers. Excerpts from the seven moradas (dwelling places) of Teresa of Avila’s Interior Castle are held together with selections from John of the Cross’s Dark Night of the Soul, Spiritual Canticle, and The Living Flame of Love, in order to show stages of growth and transformation as this partnership moves from its nascent potential through deepening friendship and intimacy to the full fruition of the mystical life. Moving through the process via textual passages and commentary, readers are invited to consider God’s desire for partnership with us and how the love of God actively invites us into deeper relationship not only with God but also with self and other. Because Teresa and John experienced God’s love as a transforming power, they teach that it is a participatory reality that shapes and remakes us, even as if invites us to collaborate with God in the remaking of our world.
“Mirad que convida el Señor a todos”
Author: Mª del Carmen Azaustre, Pilar Pazos
Publisher: Narcea Ediciones
ISBN: 8427721404
Pages: 262
Year: 2016-02-23
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El presente volumen recoge las intervenciones que tuvieron lugar durante las Jornadas Internacionales en el V Centenario de Teresa de Jesús, celebradas en Madrid, en el Centro Cultural Santa María de Los Negrales, del 9 al 12 de julio de 2015. A través de sus páginas se presentan distintas facetas –espiritual, literaria, feminista, emprendedora– de santa Teresa, referente claro de identidad en la Institución Teresiana desde que san Pedro Poveda vio en ella un modelo de ser y actuar para sus miembros. Bajo la frase “Mirad que convida el Señor a todos” (Camino de perfección, 9,15), los artículos que transcriben las comunicaciones de las Jornadas, nos muestran cómo la espiritualidad y la fuerza de las enseñanzas de la Santa siguen hoy vigentes, y cómo sus propuestas, vividas por ella en primera persona, son actualmente válidas y constituyen un modo profundo y apasionante de vivir la relación con Dios en lo cotidiano.

Cartas de Santa Teresa de Jesus, 2
Author: Teresa de Jesús
Year: 1793
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The Making of a Writer
Author: Gail Godwin
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0307432424
Pages: 352
Year: 2007-12-18
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Gail Godwin was twenty-four years old and working as a waitress in the North Carolina mountains when she wrote: “I want to be everybody who is great; I want to create everything that has ever been created.” It is a declaration that only a wildly ambitious young writer would make in the privacy of her journal. In the heady days of her literary apprenticeship, Godwin kept a daily chronicle of her dreams and desires, her travels, love affairs, struggles, and breakthroughs. Now, at the urging of her friend Joyce Carol Oates, Godwin has distilled these early journals, which run from 1961 to 1963, to their brilliant and charming essence. The Making of a Writer opens during the feverish period following the breakup of Godwin’s first marriage and her stint as a reporter for The Miami Herald. Aware that she is entering one of the great turning points of her life as she prepares to move to Europe, Godwin writes of the “100 different hungers” that consume her on the eve of departure. A whirlwind trip to New York, the passengers and their stories on board the SS Oklahoma, the shock of her first encounters with Danish customs (and Danish men)–Godwin wonderfully conveys the excitement of a writer embracing a welter of new experience. After a long, dark Scandinavian winter and a gloriously romantic interlude in the Canary Islands, Godwin moves to London and embarks on the passionate engagements that will inspire some of her finest stories. She records the pleasures of soaking in the human drama on long rambles through the London streets–and the torment of lonely Sundays spent wrestling these impressions into prose. She shares her passion for Henry James, Marcel Proust, Lawrence Durrell, Thomas Wolfe–and her terror of facing twenty-six with nothing to show but a rejected novel and a stack of debts. “I do not feel like a failure,” Godwin insists as she sits down yet again to the empty page. “I will keep writing, harder than ever.” Like Virginia Woolf’s A Writer’s Diary, Gail Godwin’s journals brim with the urgency and wit of a brilliant literary mind meeting the world head on. An inspired and inspiring volume, The Making of a Writer opens a shining window into the life and craft of a great writer just coming into her own. From the Hardcover edition.
Las enfermedades de Santa Teresa de Jesús
Author: Senra Varela, Avelino
Publisher: Ediciones Díaz de Santos
ISBN: 8499699200
Pages: 170
Year: 2005-01-01
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El libro busca reconstruir la historia clínica de Santa Teresa a partir de losdatos que ella misma suministra de sus síntomas y signos clínicos en su autobiografía y en sus cartas, complementadas por las aportaciones de autores contemporáneos.El libro tiene en cuenta las circunstancias geográficas, históricas o familiares de la Santa enferma, y analiza exhaustivamente las fuentes de información de los datos clínicos para convertirlos en síntomas y signos. Desde esta perspectiva, el autor argumenta por qué no son aceptables los diagnósticos de histeria o epilepsia que se le ha atribuido a la Santa, y explica como todos los datos suministrados por la enferma encajan con el diagnóstico de neurobrucelosis,la forma más grave de la brucelosis endémica de Castilla.INDICE RESUMIDO: Introducción. ┴vila: la tierra que la vio nacer. Aspectosbiográficos que condicionan su patografía. La Santa escritora. La historia clínica de Santa Teresa. Diagnósticos probables de la enfermedad de Santa Teresa. Resumen y conclusiones.
Saint Teresa of Avila
Author: Marcelle Auclair
Publisher: Fordham University Press
ISBN: 0932506674
Pages: 457
Year: 1953
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Marcelle Auclair, the author, a delightful, sparkling woman of many achievements, strikes one as being nearly as versatile and enterprising as her favorite saint. Though born in France, she grew up in Chile, where Spanish ways of life and thought became second-nature to her. On her return to France, at the age of twenty, she married the novelist Jean Prevost, brought up three children, traveled extensively, published several novels herself, and founded and edited Marie-Claire, an outstandingly successful woman's journal. All through her life Marcelle Auclair assiduously studied the writings of Teresa of Avila. She admired in her an essentially modernwoman: inventive, practical, gallant and intrepid, with tremendous organizational capacities, whose genius permitted her to break through the restrictions of her time. Madame Auclair decided to retranslate the saint's writings and to write her life. With characteristic determination, she attempted to obtain the seemingly impossible (it had never been done before) - an authorization from the Holy See to enter the Carmelite cloisters in Spain and to gather authentic background material for her projected work. The permission was granted. On her return to Paris she gave up all her professional obligations and for two years virtually went into retreat, devoting her entire time to the accomplishment of what is no doubt the most vivid existing biography of this great saint.
Mujeres, espacio y poder
Author: Mercedes Arriaga Flórez
Publisher: ArCiBel Editores
ISBN: 8493450820
Pages: 747
Year: 2006
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Las moradas del castillo interior
Author: Santa Teresa de Jess
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1530026121
Pages: 198
Year: 2016-02-13
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Las moradas del castillo interior, es el último libro que escribió Santa Teresa de Jesús. Según muchos, su mejor obra; y una de las cumbres de la mística cristiana y de la prosa española del Siglo de Oro.

Para Vós nasci
Author: Santa Teresa de Ávila
Publisher: Quadrante - Sociedade de Publicações Culturais
ISBN: 857465177X
Pages: 112
Year: 2014-06-21
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Nada te turbe, nada te espante. Tudo passa; Deus não muda. A paciência tudo alcança. Quem a Deus tem, nada lhe falta. Só Deus basta. Fundadora, grande escritora de língua castelhana, mestra de vida interior, mística, doutora da Igreja: Santa Teresa de Jesus (1515-1582) tinha uma personalidade verdadeiramente admirável. Quem quer que leia os seus escritos não terá dúvida de que todos os seus afetos, pensamentos e ações brotavam de uma só coisa: um coração grande e enamorado por Deus. Tanto os seus versos como as suas exclamações – escritas depois da comunhão, quando não conseguia conter os arroubos do seu amor – conjugam o desprezo pelo mundo e o desejo de encontrar-se com o seu Senhor no Céu (“Morro por não morrer”, diz ela em um dos poemas) com a vontade decidida de trabalhar sem cessar para alegrar a Deus (“Sou vossa, para Vós nasci: que mandais fazer de mim?”). Esta coletânea de poesias e exclamações dá uma pequena amostra do ardente amor divino que consumia a Santa de Ávila. E é bem provável que essa mesma chama também se acenda na alma do leitor.
Cartas de Santa Teresa de Jesus
Author: Saint Teresa (of Avila)
Pages: 548
Year: 1893
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Santa Teresa, an Appreciation: With Some of the Best Passages of the Saint's Writings
Author: Saint Terese
Publisher: Palala Press
ISBN: 137789715X
Pages: 100
Year: 2018-02-18
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