The LASA2023 call for papers is open. Deadline: September 8, 2022.

Clarice Lispector: entre las travesuras del silencio

April 6, 2021

Los cuentos completos de la escritora ucraniana-brasileña Clarice Lispector se  tradujeron y publicaron el año pasado en México, en una edición preparada por uno de sus biógrafos, Benjamin Moser. El siguiente ensayo nos invita a adentrarnos en la riqueza narrativa de Lispector, a la que delinea como una escritora plural, subterránea, afín a los rasguños y a las derrotas de la condición humana.

Guillermo Fajardo Sotelo
University of Minnesota Twin Cities

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