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SUAREZ, Mariana Libertad. El grito de un ave de rapiña: Clarice Lispector frente a la fundación de la modernidad. Atenea (Concepc.) [online]. 2005, n.491, pp. 113-125. ISSN 0718-0462. doi: 10.4067/S0718-04622005000100009.
Taking as a departure point the tendency in Latin American writing at the end of the XXth century to contaminate theoretical and fictional speech, we propose a rereading of the work Un soplo de vida (2001), de Clarice Lispector, with the purpose of grasping the references, appropriations and perlaborations that the author carries out from founding texts of western modernity, especially, of Hegelian theory and the subjective formation that parts from the same. We approach the folds to these pulsations, to try to determine the conscience of the manifested writing in the whole production of this authoress, as well her dialogic purpose and reply in the moment she is writing fiction
Keywords : Clarice Lispector; perlaboration; Hegelian theory; fiction/theory.