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Fri Mar 21 17:04:08 2014 UTClccn-n500513570.29Why this world : a biography of Clarice Lispector /0.580.96Clarice Lispector100251797Clarice_Lispectorn 5005135786300Gurgel Valente, ClariceLispector, ClaricePalmer, Helen, 1920-1977Quadros, Tereza, 1920-1977Soares, Ilka, 1920-1977lccn-n2001034559Moser, Benjamintrledtlccn-n85299797Marting, Diane E.lccn-n79084755Asturias, Miguel Angellccn-n79079153Vargas Llosa, Mario1936-lccn-n50041874Cixous, Hélène1937-lccn-n83153432Conley, Verena Andermatt1943-lccn-n81004101Telles, Lygia Fagundeslccn-n86052641Somers, Armoníalccn-n80104436Poniatowska, Elenalccn-n83185058Queiroz, Rachel de1910-2003Lispector, ClariceFictionPsychological fictionCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyBiographyDiariesLispector, ClariceLatin American fictionWomen as literary charactersSex role in literaturePortuguese fictionLatin AmericaSex in literatureAuthors, BrazilianWomen and literatureBrazilAsturias, Miguel AngelVargas Llosa, Mario,Political and social viewsLatin American fiction--Women authorsBrazil--Rio de JaneiroBrazilian literatureMan-woman relationshipsShort stories, BrazilianPortuguese literaturePhilosophyWomen--Social conditionsManners and customsLiterature--Women authorsLifeViolence in literatureEnglish fictionPsychological fictionAuthors, PortugueseDesire in literaturePoststructuralismBrazilian fictionPovertyWomen internal migrantsLatin American literature--Women authorsBoullosa, CarmenLatin American literatureIdentity (Psychology) in literaturePaixão segundo G.H (Lispector, Clarice)Head, Bessie,Morrison, ToniShort stories, Latin AmericanAuthorshipEltit, Diamela,Women--Social life and customsNovelists, BrazilianWomen novelists, BrazilianShort stories, PortugueseMotion picturesPortuguese languageSocial history19201977194219431944194619481949195219541960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014215504761651869.3PQ9697.L585ocn258537992ocn461862630ocn252788561ocn040932886ocn015788254ocn065215598ocn065215597ocn063551269ocn711237570ocn80021345995916ocn016757364book19860.35Lispector, ClariceThe hour of the starFictionPsychological fictionIn a haunting psychological tale of despair and freedom, Macabea is ugly, underfed, sickly, and unloved yet she fascinates Rodrigo because she is unaware of how unhappy she should be+-+35466766358236ocn049569224file19900.47Cixous, HélèneReading with Clarice LispectorCriticism, interpretation, etcThe foremost French feminist literary critic pays homage to the premiere Latin American woman prose writer of this century7491ocn012313251book19860.33Manguel, AlbertoOther fires : short fiction by Latin American womenFiction73617ocn014712365book19610.53Lispector, ClariceThe apple in the darkPsychological fiction"Martin is convinced that he has murdered his wife. In a delirium of guilt and grief, he wanders through a forest until he comes across an isolated farm run by Vitoria - an indomitable spinster who is 'afraid to live', and her flighty, obsessive cousin Ermelinda, who is terrified of death. As Martin works on Vitoria's land he is both haunted and comforted by memories of his wife and son." "In the intense heat of the Brazilian summer, drought threatens both the farm and its inhabitants, and these three very different but equally domineering characters provoke each other into a realisation of their individual psychological isolation."--Jacket+-+70934015465092ocn017621444book19880.50Lispector, ClariceThe passion according to G.H.FictionA novel combining elements of the Brazilian literary tradition with feminist and literary theory+-+57626116354643ocn019323739book19890.59Lispector, ClariceThe stream of lifeFiction4625ocn016224436book19860.47Lispector, ClariceThe Foreign Legion : stories and chronicles+-+943667663544572ocn020907293book19640.84Lispector, ClariceA paixão segundo G.H.Criticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyI en indre monolog går kvinden G.H., i reel og overført betydning, ind i sit inderste rum. Hun gennemlever en identitets-sprængning, giver afkald på jeg'et, men genopstår som oprigtig levende+-+67611143934014ocn013126468book19860.66Lispector, ClariceAn apprenticeship, or, The book of delightsFictionPsychological fiction40073ocn000982364book19600.76Lispector, ClariceLaços de família; contosFiction3912ocn034851762book19920.33Lispector, ClariceSelected cronicas"Translations of chronicles first published between 1967-73 in Lispector's weekly column for Jornal do Brasil and representing about two-thirds of the volume A descoberta do mundo (HLAS 48:6221). That work was translated by Pontiero under title Discovering the world (HLAS 54:5084)"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58+-+959867663528148ocn045671527book19770.76Lispector, ClariceA hora da estrelaFiction26761ocn041664609book19420.84Lispector, ClaricePerto do coração selvagem : romance2397ocn778636632book19900.59Lispector, ClariceNear to the wild heartClarice Lispector's first novel, Near to the Wild Heart, was published in 1944, when its author was only nineteen years old. An immediate success, it became an acknowledged watershed in Brazilian literature, catapulting it into the literary arena of European modernism. Narrative epiphanies and interior monologue consciously echo James Joyce as Lispector recalls first the childhood and then the adult years of the middle-class Joana, her unhappy marriage and its dissolution23335ocn018330230book19610.88Lispector, ClariceA maçã no escuroFictionDirectionless and somewhat quixotic man runs away from the belief that he has murdered his wife1904ocn759908620book20120.47Lispector, ClariceA breath of life : (pulsations)18438ocn001673406book19690.90Lispector, ClariceUma aprendizagem; ou, O livro dos prazeres, romance17227ocn000985498book19710.86Lispector, ClariceFelicidade clandestina; contos16922ocn001348432book19740.86Lispector, ClariceA via crucis do corpo1582ocn759908625book20120.63Lispector, ClariceÁgua vivaA monologue about an unnamed female protagonist's awareness of self-realization122610ocn456549810book20090.29Moser, BenjaminWhy this world : a biography of Clarice LispectorBiography"'That rare person who looked like Marlene Dietrich and wrote like Virginia Woolf,' Clarice Lispector is one of the most popular but least understood of Latin American writers. Now, after years of research on three continents, drawing on previously unknown manuscripts and dozens of interviews, Benjamin Moser demonstrates how Lispector's art was directly connected to her turbulent life. Born amidst the horrors of post-World War I Ukraine, Clarice's beauty, genius, and eccentricity intrigued Brazil virtually from her adolescence. Why This World tells how this precocious girl, through long exile abroad and difficult personal struggles, matured into a great writer, and asserts, for the first time, the deep roots in the Jewish mystical tradition that make her both the heir to Kafka and the unlikely author of "perhaps the greatest spiritual autobiography of the twentieth century." From Ukraine to Recife, from Naples and Berne to Washington and Rio de Janeiro, Why This World shows how Clarice Lispector transformed one woman's struggles into a universally resonant art."--Publisher's description+-+K10038046511774ocn076874931com20010.53Marting, Diane EThe sexual woman in Latin American literature dangerous desiresHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc''A major and important addition to the field of Latin American studies . . . [and] the work of a mature scholar. I recommend it fully and enthusiastically.''-- Sara Castro-Klaren, Johns Hopkins UniversityLatin American fiction achieved a turning point in its representation of sexual women sometime in the 1960s+-+87836586354493ocn028632520book19940.73Peixoto, MartaPassionate fictions : gender, narrative, and violence in Clarice LispectorCriticism, interpretation, etcClarice Lispector is the premiere Latin American woman prose writer of this century, Suzanne Ruta noted in the New York Times Book Review, "but because she is a woman and a Brazilian, she has remained virtually unknown in the United States." Passionate Fictions provides American readers with a critical introduction to this remarkable writer and offers those who already know Lispector's fiction a deeper understanding of its complex workings+-+94067116354302ocn011398216book19850.66Fitz, Earl EClarice LispectorCriticism, interpretation, etc4221ocn019125731book19890.50Lispector, ClariceSoulstorm : storiesFiction+-+65456766352732ocn021301529book19900.59Lispector, ClariceNear to the wild heartClarice Lispector's first novel, Near to the Wild Heart, was published in 1944, when its author was only nineteen years old. An immediate success, it became an acknowledged watershed in Brazilian literature, catapulting it into the literary arena of European modernism. Narrative epiphanies and interior monologue consciously echo James Joyce as Lispector recalls first the childhood and then the adult years of the middle-class Joana, her unhappy marriage and its dissolution+-+65966766352612ocn044802722book20010.81Fitz, Earl ESexuality and being in the poststructuralist universe of Clarice Lispector : the différance of desireCriticism, interpretation, etcThe protagonists of the novels and stories of Clarice Lispector exemplify and humanise many of the issues central to poststructuralist thought. This work demonstrates that poststructuralism offers insights into all aspects of Lispector's writing+-+44707274752472ocn061119393visu19850.39A hora da estrela the hour of the starBiography DictionariesDramaFilm adaptations"This striking adaptation of the canonical novel by Clarice Lispector tracks the tragicomic ordeals of Macabéa during her first days in the megalopolis of São Paulo-- after emigrating from the impoverished north of Brazil"--Container1973ocn028709035book19930.84Marting, Diane EClarice Lispector : a bio-bibliographyBibliography+-+28532786853241562ocn052424004book20040.92Santos, CristinaBending the rules in the quest for an authentic female identity : Clarice Lispector and Carmen BoullosaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThe resulting literary style of both these authors parallels this struggle, subverting traditional narrative structure and utilizing a dialogue that is particularly suited to describe this feminine process of conscientization."--BOOK JACKET+-+82641957351504ocn021595370book19890.84Cixous, HélèneL'heure de Clarice Lispector ; précédé de, Vivre l'orangeCriticism, interpretation, etcAnalyse : Roman bilingue1495ocn052169758book20010.93Closer to the wild heart : essays on Clarice LispectorCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+47100255461311ocn025820972book19920.90Lispector, ClariceDiscovering the worldBiographyDiaries896ocn005330352book19790.95Sá, Olga deA escritura de Clarice LispectorCriticism, interpretation, etc782ocn757855989book20090.93Villares, LúciaExamining whiteness : reading Clarice Lispector through Bessie Head and Toni MorrisonCriticism, interpretation, etc"Critics consider Clarice Lispector the leading female writer in the Brazilian literary canon. Her connections with the nation, however, seem to magically disappear as her work is analysed. This paradox is the starting point for this analysis of the works of an author who--despite being born in the Ukraine--grew up to become an irreplaceable presence in Brazilian literature. Non-Brazilian authors, such as the South African Bessie Head and the North American Toni Morrison, provide triggering concepts to help tackle a blind-spot in Brazilian culture: the issue of racial difference. From this new perspective overlooked black characters in Lispector's work become crucial and relevant, and whiteness emerges as an iunexamined set of norms"--Publisher's description, back cover+-+5295901546743ocn020814130book19890.93Nunes, BeneditoO drama da linguagem : uma leitura de Clarice LispectorCriticism, interpretation, etc682ocn000653946book19690.96Brasil, AssisClarice Lispector683ocn034246422book19950.88Cixous, HélèneLa risa de la medusa : ensayos sobre la escrituraCriticism, interpretation, etc654ocn049045962book20000.93Cróquer Pedrón, EleonoraEl gesto de Antígona o la escritura como responsabilidad : Clarice Lispector, Diamela Eltit y Carmen BoullosaCriticism, interpretation, etc644ocn033362491book19950.96Gotlib, Nádia BattellaClarice : uma vida que se contaBiography+-+5762611635+-+5762611635Fri Mar 21 15:33:33 EDT 2014batch47164