Bulletin of Hispanic Studies

Reescrevendo limites de gênero através de objetos em A Cidade Sitiada

Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (2016), 93, (8), 901–914.

Abstract

Este artigo é uma análise de A Cidade Sitiada de Clarice Lispector, através da multiplicidade de objetos e corpos. Ele dá ênfase aos discursos de gênero e diferentes tipos de fetichismo no romance num jogo constante de resistência, tensão e diálogo com o patriarcado. Finalmente, Lispector cria um diálogo com discursos tradicionalmente considerados falocêntricos para revisar, absorver e por fim contestá-los, com o intuito de reescrever limites de gênero.

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De Carvalho, Isadora Grevan