Fray Servando  The Memoirs of Fray Servando Teresa de Mier

by Fray Servando


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Translated from the Spanish by Helen Lane, Edtd w/intro by Susana Rotker. A portrait of a man in exile and a country struggling for independence. On December 12, 1794 Fray Servando Teresa de Mier preached a sermon in Mexico City that led to his arrest by the Inquisition. Exiled to Spain, he escaped and spent 10 years traveling through Europe posing as a French priest. Provides a glimpse of the European “ Age of Enlightenment.” After 10 years Fray Servando returned to an independent Mexico where he served his country before his death. New York, 1998, 1st English Ed., 242 Pgs. PB.

Product Details

Paperback 242 pages
Publisher Oxford University Press, Inc.; (New York, NY)
Published 1998
Condition New


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