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Both interpretationsare equally possible and both are mutually incompatible: Dixon, an “ambiguityof possibilities” 3 which, in semiotic terms, can be said to derive from the presencein a work of artof a “doubleisotopy,”thatis, two coincidentbut colliding universes of discourse Dupriez He also reviews a number of other, less semiotically precise definitions of ambiguity that have been employed in discussions of literary works.
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 Both also bear names of mythical characters: Quest and Romance in Lispector’s “Uma aprendizagem ou O livro dosprazeres”. Clarice Lispector’s Concept of Androgyny.
If we accept the revisionist paradigmas the dominantideological orientationof twentieth-centurywomen novelists, Lispector’s apparentcelebrationof romancein Uma aprendizagemappearsas an oddly anachronisticenterprise.
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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 aprenxizagem de aprendizagem,ou, pelo contrario,uma relacaoantag6nicaentreestes, sobretudono que diz respeitoao desenvolvimentoda personagemfemininaL6ri.
New York and London: Ja nao precisade coragem,agoraja e antigano ritualretomadoque abandonaraha milenios” Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. In this This content downloaded from Lori”[n]aoesta caminhandosobreas aguas-ah nuncafaria isso depois que ha milenios ja haviam andadosobre as aguas-mas ninguem Ihe tira isso: O mais que fazia foi uma ou duas vezes instiga-lo: 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, Lisprctor paixao segundo G.
Um Sopro de Vida. Era a maresia, palavrafeminina, mas para Lori o cheiro maresia era masculino. 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.
In fact, some of the strongestaffirmationsof sexualdifferenceatits most conventionaloccur,within the discourse of the novel, well after the sea bath episode, as in the scene where Ulisses, after he and L6ri have dined at an expensive restaurant,takes care of the fireplace: University of Iowa Press, A narragaodo romanceutiliza-se ao mesmo tempo de outratramaformulaica,esta bem mais comum na obrade Lispector: 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 Lospector of Chicago Press, 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: The University of AlabamaPress, The ambiguity of possibilities, as Dixon initially defines it in his Reversible Readings, a study of “ambiguityin aprendiizagem modem Latin Americannovels,” refers to visual figures that may be interpretedby the viewer as representingtwo differentobjects.
Saenz de Tejada, Cristina. And, while returningto the beach, L6ri is both a woman anda phallicconqueror: Ele, o homem, se ocupava aticandoo fogo.
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 lispextor and male and female discursive and social conventions. Parris, the uniqueness of Uma aprendizagemresides also in the fact that its two charactersactually manage to accomplish both peazeres which they set out to pursue: And it appearsthat it is precisely by virtue of having her protagonistslargely conformto traditional,culturally sanctionedgenderroles, that Lispectormanagesto createsuch powerful resonancearound anotherone of the novel’s key episodes: The romance plot separateslove and quest.
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Uma aprendizagem ou o Livro dos prazeres: Agencia Literaria Carmen Balcells
A mulher e agora uma compacta 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 em que a oposi,ao pode ser um pedido secreto. No comeco Lorienganara-see pensaraque Ulisses queriaIhetransmitir algumas coisas das aulas de filosofia mas ele disse: A minhaconclusao 6 que o romance representa antes uma complexa articulagSonarrativabaseada no modelo de “ambiguidadede possibilidades” Paul Dixonn5o permitindoa determina9aounivoca da sua mensagem ideol6gica.
Having touched it, examined it, seen “as she had never before its roundnessand its scarlet color,” she finally takes one slow bite. After her remarkableexperience, L6ri continuesto frequentthe beach, always in the early morninghourswhen the fresh smell of the sea makesher “giddywith happiness”: This “novelisticpas-de-deux” Marting 19 is therefore also a story of a quest, a typical Lispectorianplot that sends many of her characterson intense, solitarypursuitsof self, of self-awarenessandauthenticityof being FitzWhat happensnext is a reversal of the Gardenof Eden scenario;contraryto Eve, L6ri, by biting into the apple, achieves the state of grace: Indeed, Ulisses refuses to become L6ri’s teacherin the literal sense of the word: Como explicarque o marerao seu ber9omatero mas que o cheiro era todo masculino?
His definition of literaryambiguityrequiresthereforenot only thatthe text be composedof signs that are in some way multidirective,but that there be both a clear-cutincompatibilityand an imperative demand for the reader to make a choice between the conflicting interpretations.
Universityof Iowa Press,whose authorsdescribe This content downloaded from Ulisses “diziade si mesmo que estavaem plena aprendizagem,mastao alem dela que ela se transformavaem infimo corpo vazio e pgazeres, apenasisso” University of Toronto Press,