In the collection
The second part of the original manuscripts of Um sopro de vida (A Breath of Life) was delivered by the writer's son, Paulo Gurgel Valente, to be incorporated into the Clarice Lispector Collection
The following text began with research on the correspondence between Clarice Lispector and her sisters Tania Kauffman and Elisa Lispector, under the care of the IMS.
When we had no way of knowing that the hashtag gratitude would be one of the terms referring to two strong traits of the future...
A conversation about football and literature between Armando Nogueira and Clarice Lispector
It’s the end of 1943. A publishing house of little cultural relevance, A Noite, releases the exceptional Near to the Wild Heart, a book by a 22-year-old author and former employee of the publisher.
Working on a manual printer, João Cabral invites Clarice to debut “The Seamless Book,” his small publisher.
Issue 227, from May 25, 1940, contains the three-page story “Triunfo” – Clarice Lispector’s first registered collaboration with the press.
The LPs that belonged to Clarice help us get to know a little about her musical taste.
In 1970, Clarice Lispector started to write a work that would come to be called Água Viva. Published at the end of August 1973 by Artenova, what follows is a manuscript.