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Few of us will ever accomplish anything that justifies a capitalized title but the story of La Sáenz seems to justify it And as the title of this biography implies hers is intertwined with that of The Liberator Simón BolívarBolívar's drive and vision are often credited as the leading lights which inspired several nations to overcome the hardships of throwing off the yoke of Spanish rule but he ran into problems when the liberated people started to ask now what How when revolutions are sometimes born and completed in a matter of days did he manage to hold everything together for so long in a country that took months to send a message across And how did he manage to die of natural causes while acting like a naive king from Game of ThronesWell it sounds like he surrounded himself with close allies who he trusted implicitly to observe and act on his behalf when he was not present or not interested People like the long time bodyguard and majordomo José Palacios the general Antonio José de Sucre y Alcalá who Bolívar often thought of as his successor and the English speaking colonel and de facto spymaster Manuela SáenzThese bonds often bordered on familial; Palacios was like a brother to Bolívar Sucre was practically an adopted son and after a while Manuela and Bolívar came to be married in all but law Bolívar had sworn never to marry again after his first wife died of disease and Manuela had already married an English merchant by the time she met Bolívar and while Manuela was a bit attached to Bolívar than Bolívar was to Manuela I do sort of wonder whether their dedication to each other might have stemmed from the dedication which they had each pledged to the people of their nationsLike family though they often disagreed about the right course of action and maybe one thing that kept Bolívar alive through the endless tumult of dissolving and creating governments was his willingness to accept and support their contrary opinions Manuela's expertise complimented Bolívar's disinterest in politics so she often found herself navigating tricky situations on his behalf And having spent her youth growing up as a bastard in the snakes' den of jealous aristocratic politics around uito her intuitive grasp of politics and intrigue seemed to exist alongside a significant disdain for the whole song and danceSo unsurprisingly when she became a regular face around Bolívar's councils she often took it upon herself to act without consulting him when they were apart And since she listened to public opinion and took threats to Bolívar's image and her own much seriously than he did sometimes those actions went farther than he might have liked But her actions reflected an unwavering belief in Bolívar's policies which sounds infectious At one point she heard about plans to burn effigies of her and the Liberator during a parade and in response she took a group of lancers to where it was being assembled shouted at the soldiers guarding it detonated the platform by shooting the fireworks underneath and rode awayShe managed to avoid jail time for that sort of stunt for the most part although she occasionally faced exile from places like uito or Lima and she once almost shot a bailiff while trying to negotiate her release She also faced a good deal of public criticism especially from the same aristocrats who had turned their noses up at her birth but it sounds like it was mostly printed in the 1800s euivalent of tabloids This biography called them papeluchas which I would guess is a portmanteau of 'papel' and 'luchar' 'paper' and 'fight'But Manuela always held a firm resolve that time would justify both her actions and those of Bolívar to whom she felt inextricably linked She was often portrayed as unpredictable and even insane by her critics but it seems like she rarely acted rashly She once uncovered a plot to assassinate Bolívar on the night of a big party but The Liberator was notoriously blasé about his personal safety and insisted on going Manuela responded by making a scene at the door to make everyone leave out of embarrassment which the papers must have had a field day with But they wouldn't have had much time to laugh because it wasn't long before she was pushing him out of a window to foil a serious attempt on his life that became known as the Conspiración SeptembrinaI don't know it's hard to summarize a biography like this one The life of Manuela Sáenz is inspirational and often surprising Politically shunned from birth and raised in a convent she became a pivotal figure in the history of Gran Colombia based off of nothing than her audacity wit and willpower She was and is often portrayed as a volatile influence who Bolívar unwisely tolerated but history is written by the victors and it seems like Bolívar's inner circle was often smeared and blamed during the time when he was trying to create functioning governments for Gran Colombia after helping to liberate them from SpainAnd the tragic irony is that Manuela was a witty personality who had a lot to say about this period of history but we will probably never hear most of it She was not uiet about her lifelong uest to collate a library of documents and correspondence about Bolívar's exploits and she kept it with her through retirement But it was all burned indiscriminately when a deadly plague struck the town which she had retired to; the legend goes that a close friend raced to the village after the funeral only to find a single charred letter among a pile of ashes outside her house She moved mountains to collect and preserve their story as she thought it should be told but thanks to one of those little accidents of history we have been left to sift through Bolívar's remaining legacy for glimpses of it

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