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    Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Derek Beaudry. By any chance do Brazilians exist? The impact of Kant and post- Kantian philosophy can be perceived in European literary modernism of the early twentieth century, of course. I contend that the effects of this critique of the subject can be found in Latin America as well, forming a part of the postcolonial inheritance, along with, say, the political, judicial, and economic institutions adopted by the newly independent Latin American nations in the 19th and 20th centuries. During this period literature and the arts in Latin America are integrally tied to the state and its push in countries like Brazil to discover i.

    Derek Beaudry. By any chance do Brazilians exist? The impact of Kant and post- Kantian philosophy can be perceived in European literary modernism of the early twentieth century, of course. I contend that the effects of this critique of the subject can be found in Latin America as well, forming a part of the postcolonial inheritance, along with, say, the political, judicial, and economic institutions adopted by the newly independent Latin American nations in the 19th and 20th centuries.

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    During this period literature and the arts in Latin America are integrally tied to the state and its push in countries like Brazil to discover i. In the modernism of a poet like Drummond de Andrade, we glimpse a radical kernel that signals a counter move, against the state apparatus, which calls into question the notion of a subject. But it is to two writers, Clarice Lispector and Hilda Hilst , who arrived after modernism that I would like to discuss today.

    In other words, they do not critique the national subject and its exclusions so much as call into question the very idea of the subject. In the literary world of these two writers, the subject is constitutively fissured, divided, even effaced.

    In this novel, the protagonist G.

    One day she decides to clean the room that was occupied by a maid, who recently quit. As she is going about her work, G. She is disgusted by the sight of the dying insect, but at the same time drawn to its uncanny presence.

    When she gets on the ground next to it, the event occurs, which she will attempt to recount in the form of a letter to a lover from whom she recently separated. This encounter or event with the animal other opens out on to a larger other, an exterior that will destabilize her former understanding of self. Such a movement is intimated in the epigraph of the novel: We could say that it is the consciousness of a pure immanence.

    The novel dramatizes the limits of language, as G. But if I do not force out the word muteness will swallow me forever in waves.

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    Certain words are repeated throughout G. What is evoked is a world in which apparently stable entities, objects, beings, are wrapped up in an unceasing play of forces and movements that produce a never ending becoming, transformation that is guided by no eternal principle or telos. Indeed, at one point in the narrative, G.

    In her recounting, a dualism of the subject emerges: This epistemological model is founded on the search for being and identity; and on other hand, there is what G. She goes on to explain that humanization has cut her off from life. It is hell: After her initial shock, G. In fact, she breathlessly claims that she had unwittingly been seeking this sort of understanding: What is inhuman here?

    Is it animal? I maintain that it is a becoming that puts human, animal, vegetative beings in fluid, incalculable relations with each other that play themselves out in lived experience. The event that G.

    In her encounter with the outside, the other, G. She asks after notions of morality based on the adherence to eternal principles, laws, or conventions: It is not a secret in the sense that she knows something and refuses to tell; rather, secret suggests that the moral or ethical comes from encounters with the other, that which, in whatever form, unsettles any sort of unconditional law. This movement of intention, the response to the ethical demand, is what G.

    This calls the thought of Simone Weil to mind. Similar to G. The ethico-political intervention of Weil has to do with attuning oneself to this part of the subject by way of what she calls decreation. Echoing Weil, G. How might this be ethical in terms of the other? The novel concludes with G.

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    Though she says she is unable to understand, she is resolved to be faithful to this event. Nine essays by scholars and translators reflect about various aspects of her work, placing it in the context of Brazil and world literature.

    During her lifetime, Hilst won several major national literary awards and attracted legions of devoted readers. Her writing spanned styles and genres, encompassing poetry, theatre, and experimental fiction.

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    Bat for lashes two suns rar. A host of translators including three contributors to this volume have finally made some of her masterpieces available in English. This pioneering collection of essays should excite longtime readers and introduce her to a new audience.

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