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The Passion According to G.H. by Clarice Lispector
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it was amazing
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Meridith Kruse "Clarice Lispector wrote novels: they are shattered novels. Because I feel closest to her, in thinking-writing, it is with her that I can gauge my differences. There are the texts that I prefer, the ones where the subject of enunciation is I, even if we do not know who. There are also extraordinary texts with characters that are so interior, that have so little surface, appearance, sociality, that they verge on the eternal. What is it? It is 'a woman', 'a man'; or else women. It can change places...." (Helene Cixous, Rootprints, 70)


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