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Elisa worked at the school where they met and soon fell in love. Felipe Trigo's own footnotes in one edition of the book state that the story is real and happened in in 1901. Elisa refused to consummate the marriage with Christian. The pursued the couple to the town of Dumbrías, where they both worked as teachers. The journalist gave it favorable reviews in the Diario de Centro America on 12 October 1938. Throughout history, many notable women have had to disguise themselves as men in order to achieve their dreams. Since her marriage with Jensen was valid, and this time one between a man and a woman, there were no charges against Elisa.

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By 1904, Elisa found herself in court again. Archived from on 27 September 2007. They also claim a long street with their name in , with little success so far. They were set free before their extradition and quickly fled to Argentina. . In 1947, she helped organize the First Inter-American Congress of Women held on 27 August 1947 in Guatemala City, which had as one of its main themes equality of men and women. La Voz de Galicia in Spanish.

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Guatemala City, Guatemala: Ricardo Flores Asturias. They were reunited again when Elisa was appointed as a temporary teacher at Couso, a small parish of in A Coruña. The first same-sex marriage in Spain to take place after the occurred on 8 June 1901. With the emergence of Mostaza, those who attacked her changed tactics not refuting that she produced the work, but instead saying the second book was inferior. The earthquake caused her family to return to Guatemala, but in December of that year, Guatemala City suffered an earthquake with aftershocks that continued into early 1918 that destroyed the city.

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Much of the argument centered around the fact that Hall was a woman, and at the height of the controversy the book disappeared into the background as intellectuals postured, showing off their skill with language and history. Anti-feminist biases at the time that she wrote led to the conclusion that she could not have written the book, which had become a mainstay of Guatemala's literary heritage. This claim was never substantiated: Three medical examinations confirmed that Elisa was a woman. At the time of their marriage, Marcela was a couple months pregnant. Their friendship gave way to a more intimate relationship. Marcela and Elisa after the wedding.

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According to the Diocesan Archive, their marriage certificate was never annulled by the Church nor the civil registry. After they were married in 1903, María invited her sister, Carmen, and her daughter to live with them. Growing tired of having to hide their relationship, they devised a plan to get married. San Salvador, El Salvador: Republic of El Salvador. Blog de Gabriela Quirante in Spanish. They fled to Argentina after the Spanish government demanded their extradition from Portugal.

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The first marriage of two women under the law was 11 days later, in. The family arrived in San Salvador in August 1913, and was there when the catastrophic earthquake of 1917 occurred. In 2011, the Spanish philologist , after three years of living in Guatemala and a year of study of the Mostaza series and the first novel of Hall, concluded that Hall did write the books. The president endorsed publishing the novel and Hall's father and brother Guillermo helped set the typescript. One of the cases that one of the courts took against them was closed.

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This cultural environment surrounded Hall, as her father was a founding member of the , a professor, and a poet; her grandfather, Edward Hall, was a British poet and pianist; her cousins Francisco Fernández Hall and were writers and poets; and her niece Zúñiga was the first female graduate in all of Central America to complete her Civil Engineering degree. Archived from on 27 September 2007. Notable work Semilla de mostaza Elisa Hall de Asturias 26 February 1900 — 20 May 1982 was a Guatemalan writer and intellectual. They were married by a local priest at a small chapel. Elisa, now Mario Sanchez, asked Father Cortiella, parish priest of San Jorge, to be baptized.

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