Agua viva ebook

by Clarice Lispector

Originally published as Agua Viva.

A new directions book. Originally published as Agua Viva. Published by arrangement with the Heirs of Clarice Lispector and Agencia Literaria Carmen Balcells, Barcelona.

Lispector had doubts about this book, this spineless book that lacked a plot and each sentence was . It's a book about dissolving boundaries.

Lispector had doubts about this book, this spineless book that lacked a plot and each sentence was connected only by the fact that they came from the same brain, thoughts born as neighbors, but sometimes as different as Earth to Venus. Writers have always complained about some of their best writing ending up crumpled on the floor because it did not fit the plot. In this book, all Lispector kept was the best writing. All the connecting words that we use to keep the plot on a linear course are missing.

Translated from the Portuguese by Stefan Tobler. The brevity and apparent simplicity of Água Viva mask several years of Clarice Lispector’s struggle to write it. Introduction by Benjamin Moser. A first version, entitled Beyond Thought: Monologue with Life, was already complete by July 12, 1971, when Clarice met Alexandrino Severino, a Portuguese professor at Vanderbilt University. She gave him a copy of the manuscript for translation into English, along with specific procedural instructions. He was not to budge so much as a single comma.

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p. cm. eISBN 978-0-8112-2072-9. Clarice Lispector, Agua Viva. 452. 0. Published: 1973.

It's a book about dissolving boundaries. Lispector looks to painting and music to provide her with the tools to understand creation and expression in the context of a lived life.

A Maca No Escuro (Em Portuguese do Brasil). The Passion According to . New Directions Books). Perto do coração selvagem.

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The Hour of the Star, Clarice Lispector's consummate final novel, may well be her masterpiece. Narrated by the cosmopolitan Rodrigo . this brief, strange, and haunting tale is the story of Macabéa, one of life's unfortunates. Lispector employs her pathetic heroine against her urbane, empty narrator-edge of despair to edge of despair-and, working them like a pair of scissors, she cuts away the reader's preconceived notions about poverty, identity, love, and the art of fiction. In her last novel she takes readers close to the true mystery of life, and leaves us deep in Lispector territory indeed. 1 158. Published: a long time ago. The Complete Stories.

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Clarice Lispector
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Editions des Femmes (February 3, 1981)
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