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Clarice Lispector's Short Stories: The Symbolism Behind Her Beasts

Lispector
Gilbert Hall 350K
Cultural Event
Workshop
Reading
Portuguese

Clarice Lispector is one of the biggest names in Brazilian literature. The everyday life around her is a canvas on which she paints her perceptions and pains to cope with them. Join us for a workshop on how to interpret the symbolism behind the animal characters in her short stories "Temptation" and "The Crime of the Math Professor", and thus understand their roles in her literary psychological journey. 
This workshop will be offered in English and Portuguese (audience will be organized in groups by language). 

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Master’s Student, Portuguese Studies, Teaching Assistant of Portuguese
lais.cruz@uga.edu

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