Clarice Lispector Quotes

Clarice Lispector Quotes

I write and that way rid myself of me and then at last I can rest.

(...) às vezes não se tem o que escrever mesmo quando se tem o que falar.

Love is now, is always. All that is missing is the coup de grâce- which is called passion.

I ask myself: is every story that has ever been written in this world, a story of suffering and affliction?

In the world there exists no aesthetic plane, not even the aesthetic plane of goodness.

(...) poucas vezes a gente encontra pessoas cuja alegria não seja somente digestiva.

Do not mourn the dead. They know what they are doing.

And now - now it only remains for me to light a cigarette and go home. Dear God, only now am I remembering that people die. Does that include me?
Don't forget, in the meantime, that this is the season for strawberries. Yes.

I was first drawn to you thinking you were going to teach me something more than that. I needed that which I sensed in you and which you have always denied.

A guerra é boa talvez no sentido de chamar a atenção para certos problemas.

The world's continual breathing is what we hear and call silence.

Where does music go when it’s not playing? - she asked herself. And disarmed she would answer: May they make a harp out of my nerves when I die.

- How does it feel to have a daughter?
- At times it's like holding a warm egg in my hand.

Ela acreditava em anjo e, porque acreditava, eles existiam" | "She believed in angels, and, because she believed, they existed

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