Clarice Lispector e A Hora da Estrela no L.A. Times

«Lispector, who died in 1977, was one of Brazil's most highly regarded writers; yet to use such a term is a kind of disrespect to her artistic credo. Her art is a perpetual self-consciousness and self-questioning. It is circuitous as a matter of principle; only that which is off the path of the writer's intention is of value. The artist goes to market to buy a pig; art is the packet of pins she brings back instead.»

«The book club will spend five weeks on "The Hour of the Star," kicking off the discussion with a post by Colm Tóibín on July 6

[Carolyn Kellogg, L.A. Times, 28JUN2010]

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