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The American translator Gregory Rabassa clarife, who first encountered Lispector in the mid s, at a conference on Brazilian literature, in Texas, recalled being “flabbergasted to meet that rare person [Lispector] who looked like Marlene Dietrich and wrote like Virginia Woolf “.
Views Read Edit View history. Several of her works have been turned into films and she was the subject of a recent biography, Why This World, by Benjamin Moser.
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This novel, like all of her subsequent works, was marked by an intense focus on interior emotional states. Its explicit focus on Brazilian poverty and marginality was also new.
The coop has flown. Tuana rated it really liked it Jan 04, Marcela rated it it was amazing Jul 10, That was the only time I saw Clarice hesitate before handing in a book to the publisher. In the same year, she published another book of stories and miscellany, The Foreign Legion. InPedro Lispector decided to move with his daughters to the then-capital, Rio de Janeiro, where he hoped to find more economic opportunity. She grew up in Recifethe capital of the northeastern state of Pernambucowhere her mother died when she was nine.
But she was increasingly discontented with the diplomatic milieu. Injured in an accident inshe spent the last decade of her life in frequent pain, steadily writing and publishing novels and stories baixxar her premature death in Inshe entered the Felicidare School of the University of Brazilthen one of the most prestigious institutions of higher learning in the country.
Her first known story, “Triunfo”, was published in the magazine C,arice on May 25, The family moved to Rio de Janeiro when she was in her teens. Eleven days later she married Gurgel. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Listen, I never did anything like that in my life.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. This novel, like all of her subsequent works, was marked by an intense focus on interior emotional states.
Norbert Blei — Wikiquote has quotations related to: She also intensified her journalistic activity, conducting interviews for the glossy magazine Manchete. With other books Clarice didn’t show that insecurity. Alysson Oliveira rated it it was clanestina Sep 24, Founder — A Portuguese millionaire who owned the mansion and felt something must be done to rescue abandoned children. Moreover, I don’t write in order to gratify anybody else.
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Letters exchanged with Fernando Sabino. Several of her works have been turned into films. Inback in Rio, where the family would stay about a year, Lispector published a short volume of six stories called Alguns contos Some Stories in a small edition sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Health.
Tarsila rated it it was amazing Mar 05, That was the only time I saw Clarice hesitate before handing in a book to the publisher.
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Marina Mekaru rated it it was ok Oct 01, My inspiration does not come from the supernatural, but from unconscious elaboration, which comes to the surface as a kind of revelation.
She was insecure and asked a few people for their opinion.
Injured in an accident inshe spent the last decade of her life in frequent pain, steadily writing and publishing novels and stories until her premature death in Olga Borelli, a former nun who entered her life around this time and became her faithful assistant and friend, recalled: The book drew on her writings in her newspaper columns.
Diverse texts including interviews and stories.