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A Dictionary of LiteraryDevices. In one of the final episodes of herpersonalapprenticeship,L6rireturns home andnotices, on the table, a red applethatimmediatelyattractsandholds herundivided attention.
Era a maresia, palavrafeminina, mas para Lori o cheiro maresia era masculino. Clearlysuggestive of the novel’s twin plots of questandromance, the title aprendizxgem only introducesthe theme of duality,but in fact suggests that the relationship between the componentsof its multiple binariesis likely to apeendizagem problematic.
Parris, the uniqueness of Uma aprendizagemresides also in the fact that its two charactersactually manage to accomplish both goals which they set out to pursue: Partakingof the crude reliability of physical consummation,the twin oi of quest and romancethat structurethe relationshipbetween L6ri and Ulisses converge into what Peter Brooks lispecror “a fully predicated,andreadable,sentence” This recovered ritualplaces itself in an explicit contrastto an easily recognizableepisode of the Judeo-Christianheritage: In this This content downloaded from Universityof Iowa Press,whose authorsdescribe This content downloaded from Help Center Find new research papers in: The storyof Uma aprendizagemprovesto be composed, in fact, of two different stories, reflected in the duality of the novel’s title and in the contradictoryinterpretationsit has inspired.
Lori”[n]aoesta caminhandosobreas aguas-ah nuncafaria isso depois que ha milenios ja haviam andadosobre as aguas-mas ninguem Ihe tira isso: Ulisses, himself a seducer, at first conquers L6ri, only to metamorphoseinto a faithful Penelope awaiting for his beloved to complete her journey. Conversely,the discourse of the novel makes emphaticallyexplicit its refusalto become containedin such a sentence. The novel’s two major charactersare a woman namedL6ri shortfor Loreley and a man namedUlisses, who meet after Lori moves from her native Camposto Rio de Janeiroin searchof personalfreedom and a new life.
Although love has rightly been identified as “one of Lispector’s most fundamentalthematicconcerns” ibidthe romanceplot has only on exceptional occasions given shape to this theme in her fiction. A narragaodo romanceutiliza-se ao mesmo tempo de outratramaformulaica,esta bem mais comum na obrade Lispector: Ele, o homem, se ocupava aticandoo fogo. Payne and Fitz see such wilful duplicity as a defining characteristicof Lispector’s fiction in general: The shortest summary of the ambiguous message carried by Lispector’s novel can thus perhapsbe found in the words of anotherof her works, which similarly,if less explicitly, dramatizesconflictingplots of questandromance: Although in Uma aprendizagemboth Lori and Ulisses go througha process of individual Bildung, it has to be stressedoutrightthat L6ri is the one who has infinitely more to lear thanher lover-to-be: 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 University of AlabamaPress, 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 amore de aprendizagem,ou, pelo contrario,uma relacaoantag6nicaentreestes, sobretudono que diz respeitoao desenvolvimentoda personagemfemininaL6ri.
Como explicarque o marerao seu ber9omatero mas que o cheiro era todo masculino? A recent lispectoe that relies on a broadly conceived notion of ambiguity is JudithPayne’s and Earl E. In Uma aprendizagem,by contrast,she inscribes this theme into a narratablestructure,articulatingit within a story that follows one of the most common, if by no means exclusive, scenarios of love: As criticshave noted,they at the sametimefulfill their mythical prazerse and exchange them with one another: S The novel’s two protagonists form, of course, the most prominent of those binaries.
Although Uma aprendizagemis followed, within Lispector’s oeuvre, by the radicallymonologic Agua vivathis work’s experimental discourse takes nevertheless the quintessentiallydialogic form of an epistolary novel, its nameless narratorwriting a long letterto her equally nameless lover. Remember me on this computer. Indeed, Ulisses refuses to become L6ri’s teacherin the literal sense of the word: 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.
University of Toronto Press, Clarice Lispector’s Concept of Androgyny.
Uma aprendizagem ou o Livro dos prazeres: Agencia Literaria Carmen Balcells
While the ambiguityof Uma aprnedizagem, to a significantdegree, a function of its conflicting interpretations,the novel itself contains numerous hints at its own “reversibility. And yet L6ri, on more than one occasion, acknowledges Ulisses as her mentorand superior: We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship.
Feminist irony is indeed a promising formula to follow in interpretingUma aprendizagem,as Ana Luiza Andradehas aprendixagem in her reading of the novel. A hora da estrela and the posthumously published Um sopro de vida Its discourseandresolutionmay be called truly postmoder, in the sense LindaHutcheonattributesto such complex epithetsof our times as “decentered,””indeterminacy”and, most notably, “postmoder” itself, epithets which paradoxicallypreservethe very signifiers they aim to contest 3.
Saenz de Tejada, Cristina. Earl Fitz, although privileging a “straight,” celebratory reading of L6ri and Ulisses’ coming together in both quest and romance, neverthelesscommentson the ironyof attainingself-realizationthroughgiving oneself away in love Alem de que, de madrugada,as espumaspareciammais brancas.
The sea she encountersis a powerful presence, “a mais ininteligivel das existencias nao-humanas,”which the woman L6ri confronts as its perfectly matched other, “o mais ininteligivel dos seres onde circulavasangue” Ela nem se lembrava de fazer o mesmo: