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Denounced for heresy, pressured relentlessly to convert, accused of plagiarism, questioned for her learning, and literally robbed of hundreds of ducats in gold and goods, Sarra Copia Sullam faced travails that would have felled those fainter of heart. As a Jewish scholar in seventeenth century Venice, she had to remain steadfast in her faith while she brought together both Christian and Jewish scholars in her literary salon. The men she jousted with intellectually are the same men who later benefitted from her learning and generosity. Sarra kept her wits about her, utilized her learning, remained devout, and garnered the support of numerous friends and scholars who came to her defense when she was besieged. Her Manifesto and sonnets confirm her sharp intellect and unique voice among Italian writers. The name Sarra means princess, and like one used to being followed, Sarra has inspired others for centuries. Sarra Copia Sulam created a “living memory:” her own immortality.