Hello there allies, archenemies and, everyone in between! I’m finally doing another book tag and this is by far my most favorite. Thankfully, Belle @Belle Can Read tagged me; this was originally created by Margaret @Weird Zeal. (Make sure to check out Belle’s blog as well, she writes eloquent discussion posts!)
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Answer the questions below using only books written by women
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“I use my markers as I go from place to place. Seeing evidence of my small rebellions, spots where my death was allowed to vent and has impacted the world around me, no longer safely encapsulated inside. My life is made of these tiny maps, my paths always steady as I move inside a constricted area, the only one I should ever be allowed to know.
My violence is everywhere here.
And I like it.”
Teresa Ferraris Magbanua (born Teresa Magbanua y Ferraris October 13, 1868 – August 1947), better known as Teresa Magbanua, dubbed as the “Visayan Joan of Arc” was a Filipino schoolteacher and military leader.
When the 1896 Philippine Revolution against the Spanish Empire broke out, she became one of only a few women to join the Panay-based Visayan arm of the Katipunan, the initially secret revolutionary society head by Andrés Bonifacio.