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Cixous, Helene, Reading with Clarice Lispector, University of Minnesota Press, 1990.

A transcription and translation of French feminist
Cixous' lectures about Lispector's fiction.

Fitz, Earl E., Clarice Lispector, 1985.

The first full-length biography of Lispector in English.

———, "Clarice Lispector," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 113: Modern Latin-American Fiction Writers, edited by William Luis, Gale, 1992, pp. 197-204.

A brief biography of Lispector.

Lindstrom, Naomi, Women's Voices in Latin American Literature, Three Continents Press, 1981.

Lindstrom examines the narrative techniques used in
Family Ties to demonstrate the confines of the expected
female social roles and women's reactions to
those roles.


Lowe, Elizabeth, "The Passion According to C. L.," in Review, Vol. 24, June, 1979, pp. 34-37.

An interview that focuses on Lispector's writing
habits and her interest in social issues.

Lucas, Fabio, "Contemporary Brazilian Fiction: Guimaraes Rosa and Clarice Lispector," in Contemporary Latin American Literature, edited by Harvey L. Johnson and Philip B. Taylor, University...

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