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Existentialism, Ontology, and Mysticism in Clarice Lispector's A descoberta do mundo
Journal of Lusophone Studies
This article aims to place Clarice Lispector as the inventor of a new type of newspaper chronicle. The style of her 468 chronicles published weekly in Jornal do Brasil, from 1967 to 1973, and collected in the book A descoberta do mundo (1984), differs from that of her contemporary male chroniclers, such as Rubem Braga, Paulo Mendes Campos, Fernando Sabino, and Otto Lara Resende, or even women chroniclers, such as Rachel de Queiroz and Dinah Silveira de Queiroz. Mingling Sartre's existentialismdoi:10.21471/jls.v4i2.335 fatcat:jorswhwfbncabcu7jrlw4anue4