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28 mar. A legião estrangeira by Clarice Lispector is Short Stories Os 13 contos de A legião estrangeira abordam o cotidiano familiar, a perversidade. A Legião Estrangeira Contos Clarice Lispector Rocco Háne stel iv roumapa rtes igni fi cat ivadaa mpl apo éti cadeCl ari ce Li spe cto r. Co nfo rme a fir ma que. Abstract This paper compares the weekly columns Clarice Lispector in A legiao estrangeira ().6 Being married to a diplomat, Clarice Lispector had spent.

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Yes to all of the above! As Jessica Zafra defines it, dedma is to ignore, to snub, to reject or to pretend deafness to escape a sticky situation.

When I first read Dedma , I kept on laughing. I think what makes it such a great article is the fact that anyone and everyone can relate to it because everyone already knows what dedma Moebiuss character designs for a movie of Dune that was never made. Sardaukar, Fenring, etc. It's very, very interesting.

I never learned to look without needing more than just to see. I know that I'll terrify myself like someone who was blind and then finally opened her eyes and saw - but saw what? I have seen but am as blind as before because I saw an incomprehensible triangle.

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Unless I also transform myself into a triangle that will see in the incomprehensible triangle my own source and repetition. And the second passage seems to be an encounter with the Trinity. Now, I know, from what I've read, that Moser refers to Lispector as the heir of Kafka and Jewish mystical thought, and that perceives her to be a mystical writer.

But, how does he address the Christianity in her work? Based on the work I've read, I'd have guessed she was a Catholic mystic. How perspicacious of you!

Lispector or just "Clarice," as she was known in Brazil, where she was idolised, as much for her beauty as her writing had been referred to by a journalist as a "sacred monster" and she felt that that was what she had become, causing her to withdraw from public life even more than she had wanted to, before. From her Jewish parents, who grew up in pre-communist Ukraine, she would have learned of the "frenzy" there of Jewish and Christian mysticisms of all kinds. Her paternal grandfather was known as a "saint and wise man.


Teresa of Avila and St. John of the Cross. As a Jew who came to reject a god who did nothing to help her "chosen" people, she sought spirituality in art. Her reading of the Christian Hermann Hesse's Steppenwolf confirmed her decision to be a writer.

Born to a Jewish family in Podolia in Western Ukraine, as an infant she moved to Brazil with her family, amidst the disasters engulfing her native land following the First World War. She grew up in Recife , the capital of the northeastern state of Pernambuco , where her mother died when she was nine. The family moved to Rio de Janeiro when she was in her teens.

She left Brazil in , following her marriage to a Brazilian diplomat, and spent the next decade and a half in Europe and the United States. Injured in an accident in , she spent the last decade of her life in frequent pain, steadily writing and publishing novels and stories until her premature death in She has been the subject of numerous books, and references to her and her work are common in Brazilian literature and music.

Several of her works have been turned into films. Since that publication, her works have been the object of an extensive project of retranslation, published by New Directions Publishing and Penguin Modern Classics , the first Brazilian to enter that prestigious series.

Moser, who is also the editor of her anthology The Complete Stories , describes Lispector as the most important Jewish writer in the world since Kafka.

They eventually managed to flee to Romania, from where they emigrated to Brazil, where her mother Mania had relatives. They sailed from Hamburg and arrived in Brazil in the early months of , when Chaya was little more than a year old. The Lispectors changed their names upon arrival. Only the middle daughter, Tania April 19, — November 15, , kept her name.

A year later, strongly influenced by Hermann Hesse 's Steppenwolf , she "consciously claimed the desire to write". In , she entered the Law School of the University of Brazil , then one of the most prestigious institutions of higher learning in the country. Her first known story, "Triunfo", was published in the magazine Pan on May 25, Cardoso was gay, however, and she soon began seeing a law school colleague named Maury Gurgel Valente, who had entered the Brazilian Foreign Service, known as Itamaraty.

In order to marry a diplomat, she had to be naturalized, which she did as soon as she came of age. On January 12, , she was granted Brazilian citizenship. Eleven days later she married Gurgel. The novel, which tells of the inner life of a young woman named Joana, caused a sensation. When the novel was published, many claimed that her stream-of-consciousness writing style was heavily influenced by Virginia Woolf or James Joyce , but she only read these authors after the book was ready.

There, Maury served as a liaison between the Foreign Ministry and the international visitors who were using northern Brazil as a military base in World War II. Europe and the United States On July 29, , Clarice left Brazil for the first time since she had arrived as a child, destined for Naples , where Maury was posted to the Brazilian Consulate.

She worked at the military hospital in Naples taking care of wounded Brazilian troops[10] In Rome , she met the Italian poet Giuseppe Ungaretti , who translated parts of Near to the Wild Heart, and had her portrait painted by Giorgio de Chirico.

This longer and more difficult book also met with an enthusiastic critical reception, though its impact was less sensational than Near to the Wild Heart.

This was a time of considerable boredom and frustration for Lispector, who was often depressed. In front of my house, in the street, was the colored statue, holding the scales. Around, crushed kings begging perhaps for a pardon. In the winter, the little lake in the middle of which the statue stood, in the winter the freezing water, sometimes brittle with a thin layer of ice.


In the spring red geraniums … And the still-medieval street: I lived in the old part of the city.E der epe nte— der epe nter iu. Pe gueos euc ade rno.. Her answer is: "I'm not that sad. That was the only time I saw Clarice hesitate before handing in a book to the publisher.

Il umi nando -ade mi nhapa li dez. She writes that her nausea in this city causes insomnia—which she interprets as a sign of terror.

Injured in an accident in , she spent the last decade of her life in frequent pain, steadily writing and publishing novels and stories until her premature death in El emei rr it ava.

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