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Clarice Lispector

Clarice Lispector

Clarice Lispector (1920-1977)

Writer Clarice Lispector’s exoticism had much to do with her Jewishness, but her literary vocabulary did not

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"If you don't find any reason to be free, invent it" -Clarice Lispector

Clarice Lispector, Agua Viva

Clarice Lispector, Agua Viva

"i can scarcely believe that i have limits, that i am outlined and defined. i feel myself to be dispersed in the atmosphere, thinking inside other creatures, living inside things beyond myself."  - clarice lispector

"i can scarcely believe that i have limits, that i am outlined and defined. i feel myself to be dispersed in the atmosphere, thinking inside other creatures, living inside things beyond myself.

Coming at last to global attention, Clarice Lispector’s fiction is acclaimed for its enchanting lyricism, psychological acuity, and ethical seriousness. Interested equally in the sensuous particulars and abstract questions of morality, Lispector was a mystic in a disenchanted world, always reaching, as she wrote in her novel Água Viva, for a “word that has its own light.” …

Coming at last to global attention, Clarice Lispector’s fiction is acclaimed for its enchanting lyricism, psychological acuity, and ethical seriousness. Interested equally in the sensuous particulars and abstract questions of morality, Lispector was a mystic in a disenchanted world, always reaching, as she wrote in her novel Água Viva, for a “word that has its own light.” …

Lispector was also channeling (as i do) "The Female Writer," the original goddess of the word.

“The truth is always some inner power without explanation” ~*clarice lispector photo: claudia anduja, 1961

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