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Long live the dead because we live in them. My shadow is my opposite of the “correct,” my shadow is my error–and that shadow-error belongs to me, only I possess it inside me, I am the only person in the world whose lot it was to be me. The author struggles to breathe the breath of life into Angela, who takes on a life of her own. The combined result suggests something like Samuel Beckett on vacation in Rio, and at times the book is exactly as tantalizing as that sounds.

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Um Sopro de Vida

Lispector presents a back and forth between an author and the author’s created character, Angela. Born to a Jewish family in Podolia in Western Ukraine, she was brought to Brazil as an infant, amidst the disasters engulfing her native land following the First World War.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Y colecciono tristemente frases de amor. There are as many access points in my day as there were in Lispector’s, maybe more with the Internet birthing God in the Machine ad infinitum, but with open communication comes increasing revelation of the lie.


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Coming out of it affords wonders of self from all that practice proving its right to exist, of course. It seems preposterous from the start: Quotes from Um Sopro de Vida.

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She has been the subject of numerous books, and references to her and her work are common in Brazilian literature and music. Now I shall reread more slowly.


Selected crimicas soulstorm agua viva clarice lispector. With that said, it is still a chilling and searing meditation on writing, and on how the writer needs his or her characters more so than his or her readers.

Or else, this book made it go haywire. I have no idea what just happened to me, but I feel… different? This site is like a library, use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.

Catherine rated it liked it Nov 28, I love choir sopro de vida clarice lispector, cathedrals, stained glass windows drawing as pleasurable a shiver as the soar of a boy soprano, but my Catholic Bible is as intriguing conglomeration of transliteration and historical influence as the Iliad. I was both moved and scared by the depth to re Lispector has gone, the shaky wilderness of existentialism toned for the writing soul.

Books by Clarice Lispector. I feel like Lispector’s writing is always intense, but this one specifically is really cutting. The personalities of both the narrator and his creation Angela overlap in such a way that the book often feels like a constantly-shifting container inside which liquid lispetor is moving from one character to the other and back.


Amaia rated it liked it Apr 29, I wanted to write random phrases, phrases that would go beyond speaking back to me: Las descripciones, una maravilla: I love Clarice Lispector, but wow, this is a tough read, even for her.

It reads more like a play, with two established voices sharing the stage. She does know, however, that she is dying.

Soro letra es un inicio a una frase explosiva. A Breath of Life remained unfinished at her death, and this shows itself at various points in the text. But then some parts made me laugh out loud at their moody pretentiousness.

The more I read Lispector the closer I dance around her ideas on reaching beyond words and losing oneself in the future-less, past-less present.

Seriously, this is something different. Lispector is clearly fantastic at what she does, but this may have been a poor choice for a first engagement, and admittedly I haven’t the mental energy required for the steep, steep effort of interpreting this text and really reaching for its weird and forbidden philosophical pleasures.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Yet all I had to do was turn away from the mirror and I would have the rose itself.