Clarice Lispector, Ukrainian naturalized Brazilian, is today rated as one of the greatest names in 20th century literature. Although she was discreet about her personal life, Clarice gave great interviews interviews, where she exposed her ideas on literature and existential and existential concerns. This volume of the This volume of the Encounters collection to the public some of the nuances of this woman a woman who was a mystery even to herself.
"What I feel is that a book, a book, a book, a book, a book, a book, a book, a book, a book, a book, a book, a book, starts to have a life of its own. It is like the offspring of an animal. The making of the book, whatever the content, be it short stories or novels, is always something painful. is always painful. An agonizing process. Once this suffering is over, that is, once the the labor, I want the book to get out there, to turn itself around."