A Paixao Segundo G. H/ The Passion According to G.H.

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Editorial Universidad de Costa Rica, 1996 - Fiction - 389 pages
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En esta edici n cr tica de la novela de Clarice Lispector, coordinada por Benedito Nunes, participan los profesores de literatura brasile a Benjamin Abdala Junior y Samira Youssef Campedelli, quienes analizan la obra dentro del contexto de la vanguardia brasile a de los a os cincuenta; Olga de S estudia el car cter aleg rico de la obra, mientras Affonso Romano de Sant Anna hace un an lisis intertextual y Norma Tasca realiza una interpretaci n semi tico-ling stica de la novela. Complementa este estudio una cronolog a de la autora y una entrevista realizada por Joao Salgueiro, Affonso Romano de Sant Anna y Marina Colasanti.
 

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uma leitura que precisa ser interpretada a cada parágrafo não vale a pena ser lido.
lugares comuns coisa do tipo "a vida é invivel" não diz nada

Contents

I
3
II
117
III
151
IV
161
V
196
VI
207
VII
217
VIII
241
X
293
XI
295
XII
300
XIII
308
XIV
309
XV
311
XVI
313
XVII
328

IX
262
XVIII
342

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Page xv - CONTAM DE CLARICE LISPECTOR Um dia, Clarice Lispector intercambiava com amigos dez mil anedotas de morte, e do que tem de sério e circo. Nisso, chegam outros amigos, vindos do último futebol, comentando o jogo, recontando-o, refazendo-o, de gol a gol. Quando o futebol esmorece, abre a boca um silêncio enorme e ouve-se a voz de Clarice: Vamos voltar a falar na morte?

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About the author (1996)

Clarice Lispector was born in the Ukraine and was taken to Brazil as a young child. She was a law student, editor, translator, and newswriter, who traveled widely, spending eight years in the United States. "Family Ties" (1960) is a collection of short stories revealing Lispector's existentialist view of life and demonstrating that even family ties and social relationships are temporary. Although tied to each other and to the outside world, the characters are finally totally alone and separate. Lispector received praise from American critics for "The Apple in the Dark" (1967), a novel about a guilt-ridden man's search for the ultimate knowledge (Eve's apple), which he believes will bring him hope. Lispector's books are being translated into various languages in Europe, especially in France, where the critic Helene Cixous is one of her great admirers and a promoter of her works.

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