Clarice Lispector: A Bio-Bibliography

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Diane E. Marting
Greenwood Press, 1993 - Literary Criticism - 327 pages
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Clarice Lispector was one of the most important Brazilian writers in Portuguese of the 20th century, and her work continues to receive critical attention. This reference provides a detailed record of her life and career. The book begins with introductory material on the difficulties of documenting her work, and on her life as a writer. The chapters that follow provide annotated entries for works written by and about her. The first part of the book contains chapters on each of Lispector's major works. Each chapter begins with a brief critical essay, followed by lists of editions and translations, as well as criticism. Also included are chapters on other works by Lispector. The second part of the volume contains chapters on general works about Lispector's writing, such as biographical accounts, bibliographies and other reference works, and general criticism. Appendices provide translations of her Portuguese titles, and an index concludes the volume.

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Contents

Al Agua viva
3
A2 Uma aprendizagem ou o livro dos prazeres
15
A3 A cidade sitiada
25
A5 Felicidade clandestina
33
A7 A imitacao da rosa
53
A9 A legiao estrangeira and Para n5o esguecer
77
A10 O lustre
87
All A maca no escuro
93
A16 A via crucis do corpo
149
A17 Lispectors Childrens Literature
159
A18 A bela e a fera
169
Commentary by Diane E Marting
173
A24 Pieces by Lispector Uncollected in Books
191
Part B Adaptations Homages by Others
211
B132 to B145
231
Encyclopedias Dictionaries and Other Reference Works
235

A12 Onde estivestes de noite
105
A13 A paixao segundo G
113
A14 Perto do corac5o selvagem
133
pulsacoes
143
Appendix 1
281
Appendix 4
295
About the Editor and Contributors
323
Copyright

About the author (1993)

DIANE E. MARTING has been a Fulbright Grantee, former Acting Director of Women's Studies at Livingston College, Rutgers, and former Instructor of Spanish, Portuguese, and Women's Studies at Rutgers University.

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