This booklet comprises what little is understood approximately Francisca—the numerous letters she wrote in addition to the transcript of her trial—and bargains smooth readers a point of view at the distinct position and standing of spiritual girls in sixteenth-century Spain. Chronicling the drama of Francisca's interrogation and her lively yet eventually unsuccessful safety, The Inquisition of Francisca—transcribed from greater than 300 folios and released for the 1st time in any language—will be a priceless source for either experts and scholars of the heritage and faith of Spain within the 16th century.
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