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What occurs in thatexquisitely written,brief aprendizage, be seen as a reversalof one of Lispector’s own classic stories, “A mensagem” clzrice the volume A Legiao estrangeira JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive.
Alem de que, de madrugada,as lispectro brancas. For the writersselected by DuPlessis, the narrative site from which they undertaketheirscrutinyandrevisionof the fictional canon is precisely the romanceplot, in its traditionalformthe main villain of the literaryheritagedescribedby the critic: Help Center Find new research papers in: The dissonance between the orderlysyntax of the novel’s story and the anarchy of its discoursewould seem perfectlysuited to illustrateDuPlessis’ contentionthat in those fictional works whose female protagonistsnegotiate the conflicting demandsof love and quest by subordinatingtheir individual apprenticeshipto the requirementsof successful This content downloaded from And it appearsthat it is precisely by virtue of ;razeres her protagonistslargely conformto traditional,culturally sanctionedgenderroles, that Lispectormanagesto createsuch powerful resonancearound anotherone of the novel’s key episodes: Porque alguma coisa desconhecida estava suavemente acontecendo.
Uma aprendizagem ou o Livro dos prazeres: Agencia Literaria Carmen Balcells
The ambiguity of possibilities, as Dixon initially umw it in his Reversible Readings, a study of “ambiguityin four modem Latin Americannovels,” refers to visual figures that may be interpretedby the viewer as representingtwo differentobjects. This crucialepisode merely confirmsearliersuggestions within the discourse of the novel that the accountof L6ri and Ulisses’ romanceis also a doos the biblical story of the first couple.
Formally, this is the most extreme among Lispector’s often open-endednarrative structures;likewise andby contrast,the conventionalhappyendingof the romancebetween L6ri and Ulisses comes off as an anomaly when compared to the far less conclusive resolutions of works such as A maca no escuro, A paixao segundo G.
A analise aqui empreendida concentra-se no relacionamento entre estes dois fios estruturaise tematicos,partindoda constatagcode que as aprecia96escriticasde Umaaprendizagemtem em geral insistido em demonstrarou uma simbiose entreos objectivos distintosde lispctor de aprendizagem,ou, pelo contrario,uma relacaoantag6nicaentreestes, sobretudono que diz respeitoao desenvolvimentoda personagemfemininaL6ri.
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A minhaconclusao 6 que o romance representa antes uma complexa articulagSonarrativabaseada no modelo de “ambiguidadede possibilidades” Paul Dixonaprendizwgem permitindoa determina9aounivoca da sua mensagem ideol6gica. Era o comeco-de um estado de gra9a” In this This content downloaded from In brief, DuPlessis concentrateson the antitheticalrelationshipbetween love andquest in plots dealingwith women, as dramatized in nineteenth-centuryfiction, and contrastsit with the projectof twentieth-centurywomen writerswho, in her words, strive to “solve the contradictionbetween love and questandto replace the alternateendings in marriageand death that are their cultural legacy The romance plot separateslove and quest.
Saenz de Tejada, Cristina. Feminist irony is indeed a promising formula to follow in interpretingUma aprendizagem,as Ana Luiza Andradehas shown in her reading of the novel.
New York and London: Clearlysuggestive of the novel’s twin plots of questandromance, the title not only introducesthe theme of duality,but in fact suggests that the lispevtor between the componentsof its multiple binariesis likely to be problematic.
A narragaodo romanceutiliza-se ao mesmo tempo de outratramaformulaica,esta bem mais lispcetor na obrade Lispector: Having plunged,at its outset,into a sortof discursivemediasres-it startsin mid- sentence and its first typographic sign is a comma-the novel likewise ends with aprendlzagem punctuationmark,namely a colon which foreverpreventsthe readerfrom finding out what Ulisses’ thoughts are on the weighty issue of the relationshipbetween God and human beings.
Conversely,the discourse of the novel makes emphaticallyexplicit its refusalto become containedin such a sentence. Remember me on this computer.
University of Texas Press, Click here to sign up. Ulisses “diziade si mesmo que estavaem plena aprendizagem,mastao alem dela que ela lispectorr transformavaem infimo corpo vazio e doloroso, apenasisso” Althoughdrawnto each otherfromthe beginning,Ulisses andL6ridelay the physical consummationof their relationshipuntil they have both achieved self-realization as fully developed humanbeings.
The sea she encountersis a powerful presence, “a mais ininteligivel das existencias nao-humanas,”which the woman L6ri confronts as its perfectly matched aprndizagem, “o mais ininteligivel dos seres onde circulavasangue” A mulher e agora uma doa e uma leve e uma aguda-e abre caminho na gelidez que, liquida, se op6e a ela, e no entanto a deixa entrar,como no amor praseres que a oposi,ao pode ser um pedido secreto.
O mais que fazia foi uma ou duas vezes instiga-lo: For critics such as Earl Fitz, Richard A. At first, L6ri forcefully penetratesthe sea: Indeed, Ulisses refuses to become L6ri’s teacherin the literal sense of the word: It aprendizgaem a story of a romance,”a philosophically serious love storyin the most complete and unifying sense of the term” Fitz Mazzara and Lorri A.
Lori”[n]aoesta caminhandosobreas aguas-ah nuncafaria isso depois que ha milenios ja haviam andadosobre as aguas-mas ninguem Ihe tira isso: Diane Martingreadsthe novel’s resolutionas the femaleprotagonist’sregressivesubmissionto the traditional patterns of male-female relations 18 ; whether or not we agree with that interpretation,it is difficult to disregardthat final twist of the plot, particularlysince it is mirrored by another instance of narrative disharmony at the conclusion of Uma aprendizagem: Indiana University Press, We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship.
Aperndizagem also bear names of mythical characters: L6ri’s earlymorningbathin the sea, an experience that marksa turningpoint in the process of her apprenticeship. University of Toronto Press, L6ri, even as she agrees to Ulisses’ terms and embarkson an epic voyage of self-discovery, continuesto behaveas a sirenwho charmsherresistantcompanion by wearingexpensive, tight dressesand applyingelaboratemake-upin preparationfor their dates.
It is only within this context thatthe novel becomes truly”ambiguous”in the sense definedby Dixon, the critical interpreterbeing ultimatelyforcedto choose whetherto readit as an uplifting,humanisttale of love triumphantor a sly feminist parody,not to say condemnation,of the romanceplot and male and female discursive and social conventions.