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Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I am only true when I'm alone. I am only true when I'm alone. Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: The docks went to the heart of her The docks went to the heart of her life. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: No it is not easy to write. It No it is not easy to write. It is as hard as breaking rocks. Sparks and splinters fly like shattered steel. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: So long as I have questions to which So long as I have questions to which there are no answers, I shall go on writing. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Cliff: Having a little fun at my work does Having a little fun at my work does not make me any less of an artist. — Clarice Cliff
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I just know that I don't want cheating. I just know that I don't want cheating. I refuse. I deepened myself but I don't believe in myself because my thought is invented. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: You don't understand music: you hear it. So You don't understand music: you hear it. So hear me with your whole body. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I must not forget, I thought, that I I must not forget, I thought, that I have been happy, that I am being happier than one can be. But I forgot, I've always forgotten. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I don't know what my secret is. Tell I don't know what my secret is. Tell me about yours, teach me about the secret of each one of us. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Lauren Child: If somthing is not right or real, dont If somthing is not right or real, dont loss your self. - Clarice Bean Dont look Now — Lauren Child
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: But don't forget, in the meantime, that this But don't forget, in the meantime, that this is the season for strawberries. Yes. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I cannot stand repetition: routine divides me from I cannot stand repetition: routine divides me from potential novelties within my reach. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: The terrible duty is that of going all The terrible duty is that of going all the way to the end. And without relying on anyone. To live oneself. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Dying is something else. Dying is different to Dying is something else. Dying is different to good and bad. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Taylor: I certainly know about the oppression and prejudices I certainly know about the oppression and prejudices of being black and a woman and from the South. — Clarice Taylor
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I write very simple and very naked. That's I write very simple and very naked. That's why it wounds. I'm a grey and blue landscape. I rise in a dry fountain and in the cold light. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Life really just barely escapes me though the Life really just barely escapes me though the certainty comes to me that life is other and has a hidden style — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: What I want is to live of that What I want is to live of that initial and primordial something that was what made some things reach the point of aspiring to be human. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I write to save someone's life, probably my I write to save someone's life, probably my own — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: As soon as you discover the truth it's As soon as you discover the truth it's already gone: the moment passed. I ask: what is it? Reply: it's not. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Thomas Harris: Haven't you ever had people coming over and Haven't you ever had people coming over and no time to shop? You have to make do with what's in the fridge, Clarice. May I call you Clarice? — Thomas Harris
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I, who called love my hope for love. I, who called love my hope for love. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Meanwhile the clouds are white & the sky Meanwhile the clouds are white & the sky is all blue. Why so much God? Why not a little for men. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: My life, the most truthful one, is unrecognizable, My life, the most truthful one, is unrecognizable, extremely interior, and there is no single word that gives it meaning. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I'm so frightened that I shall be able I'm so frightened that I shall be able to accept the notion that I have lost myself only if I imagine that someone is holding my hand. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: To eat communion bread will be to taste To eat communion bread will be to taste the world's indifference, and to immerse myself in nothingness. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: In the world there exists no aesthetic plane, In the world there exists no aesthetic plane, not even the aesthetic plane of goodness. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Ah, hand holding mine, if I hadn't needed Ah, hand holding mine, if I hadn't needed so much of myself to shape my life, I would already have had life! — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Obsessed with the desire to be happy I Obsessed with the desire to be happy I lost my life. I moved with the tension of a bow and arrow in an unreality of desires. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Sometimes writing a single line is enough to Sometimes writing a single line is enough to save your own heart. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Her curiosity instructed her more than the answers Her curiosity instructed her more than the answers she was given. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: It is because I dove into the abyss It is because I dove into the abyss that I am beginning to love the abyss I am made of. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Meanwhile, the clouds are white and the sky Meanwhile, the clouds are white and the sky is blue. Why is there so much God? At the expense of men. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: My truest life is unrecognizable, extremely interior and My truest life is unrecognizable, extremely interior and there is not a single word that defines it. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I work only with lost and founds. I work only with lost and founds. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I am well aware that each day is I am well aware that each day is a day stolen from death. I am not — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Who has not asked himself at some time Who has not asked himself at some time or other: am I a monster or is this what it means to be a person? — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: If the girl knew that my own joy If the girl knew that my own joy also comes from my deepest sadness and that sadness was a failed joy. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Do not mourn the dead. They know what Do not mourn the dead. They know what they are doing. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Passed (it strikes me that this God was Passed (it strikes me that this God was extremely merciful to her: He gave her what He took away). — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Inside her it was as if death didn't Inside her it was as if death didn't exist, as if love could weld her, as if eternity were renewal. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: God belongs to those who manage to get God belongs to those who manage to get him. God appears when you're distracted. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Living leaves me atremble. Living leaves me atremble. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: What I have to say is superfluous for What I have to say is superfluous for anyone who often feels the pangs of hunger — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Lauren Child: And they have a display of bananas, which And they have a display of bananas, which are not bananas but called plantains and are more like a potato pretending to be a banana. — Lauren Child
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: The only truth is that I live. Sincerely, The only truth is that I live. Sincerely, I live. Who am I? Well, that's a bit much. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Saying meaningless words is my great freedom. Saying meaningless words is my great freedom. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: When I think of what I already lived When I think of what I already lived through it seems to me I was shedding my bodies along the paths. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I know that what I am feeling is I know that what I am feeling is serious and has the power to destroy me. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: She exists as in dreams. She has no She exists as in dreams. She has no sense of reality. She gets nervous because people are always interrupting her daydreams. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Its form doesn't matter: no form manages to Its form doesn't matter: no form manages to circumscribe and alter it. Mirror is light. A tiny piece of mirror is always the whole mirror. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: To think is an act. To feel is To think is an act. To feel is a fact. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I only achieve simplicity with enormous effort I only achieve simplicity with enormous effort — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Where does music go when it's not playing? 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. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: It is instead just the grace of a It is instead just the grace of a common person turning suddenly real because he is common and human and recoignizable. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Thomas Harris: I'll confess it is pleasant to look at I'll confess it is pleasant to look at you asleep. You're quite beautiful, Clarice. — Thomas Harris
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I can feel myself holding a child, thought I can feel myself holding a child, thought Joanna. Sleep, my child, sleep, I tell you. The child is warm and I am sad. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: How do I explain that my greatest fear How do I explain that my greatest fear is precisely in relation to ... to being?" (5) — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: It is curious that I can't say who It is curious that I can't say who I am. That is to say, I know it all too well, but I can't say it. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Perhaps love is to give one's own solitude Perhaps love is to give one's own solitude to others? For it is the very last thing we have to offer.

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Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Real life is so secret that not even Real life is so secret that not even I, who am dying of it, have been given the password, I am dying without knowing of what. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I'm no more than a comma in life. I'm no more than a comma in life. I who am a colon. Thou, thou art my exclamation. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I ask myself: is every story that has I ask myself: is every story that has ever been written in this world, a story of suffering and affliction?
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Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Brazil is where I have to be, where Brazil is where I have to be, where I have my roots. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I am not an intellectual, I write with I am not an intellectual, I write with my body. And what I write is a moist fog. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: There it is, the sea, the most incomprehensible There it is, the sea, the most incomprehensible of non-human existences. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Living isn't courage, knowing that you're living, that's Living isn't courage, knowing that you're living, that's courage — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Lauren Child: She knows that it's not my fault if She knows that it's not my fault if I don't know how many Zs there are in LOSER. — Lauren Child
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: She felt the phrase "demand her rights" had She felt the phrase "demand her rights" had lain inside her forever, waiting. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: As for music, where does it go? The As for music, where does it go? The only concrete thing in music is the instrument. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Thomas Harris: I have no plans to call on you, I have no plans to call on you, Clarice, the world being more interesting with you in it. — Thomas Harris
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I hear the mad song of a little I hear the mad song of a little bird and crush butterflies between my fingers. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Kiersten White: She's a monster." Ms. RobertsonClarice, small laugh: "But She's a monster." Ms. Robertson
Clarice, small laugh: "But she's out monster. — Kiersten White
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I carry out sun rituals on the slopes I carry out sun rituals on the slopes of high mountains. But I am also taboo for myself, untouchable because forbidden. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Who hasn't asked himself, am I a monster Who hasn't asked himself, am I a monster or is this what it means to be human? — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: But what can I do if you are But what can I do if you are not touched by my defects, whereas I loved yours. My candour was crushed underfoot by you. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Lauren Child: I say 'Mom, how come you don't change I say 'Mom, how come you don't change into an evening gown for dinner?' She says 'I do, it's called a bath robe. [ ... ] — Lauren Child
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: The world's continual breathing is what we hear The world's continual breathing is what we hear and call silence. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: - How does it feel to have a - How does it feel to have a daughter?
- At times it's like holding a warm egg in my hand. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: But I've never known what to do with But I've never known what to do with people and the things I like, sometimes they weigh me down, ever since I was a girl. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Do you know that hope sometimes consists only Do you know that hope sometimes consists only of a question without an answer? — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I' is merely one of the world's instantaneous I' is merely one of the world's instantaneous spasms. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Danger is what makes life precious. Death is Danger is what makes life precious. Death is the constant danger of life. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Never suffer because you don't have an opinion Never suffer because you don't have an opinion on this or that topic. Never suffer because you are not something or because you are. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Facts and particulars annoy me. Facts and particulars annoy me. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Do you ever suddenly find it strange to Do you ever suddenly find it strange to be yourself? — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Every idea that occurred to him, because he Every idea that occurred to him, because he became familiar with it in seconds, came with the fear of having stolen it. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: The doctor simply refused to take pity. And The doctor simply refused to take pity. And added: when you don't know what to eat make a nice Italian spaghetti. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Mercedes Lackey: Well," Clarice said, once the pirates were safely Well," Clarice said, once the pirates were safely out of earshot. "Nobody shot us." "Yet," Dominick answered. — Mercedes Lackey
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Before her birth was she an idea? Before Before her birth was she an idea? Before her birth was she dead? And after her birth she would die? What a thin slice of watermelon. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: Everything in the world began with a yes. Everything in the world began with a yes. One molecule said yes to another molecule and life was born. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Benjamin Moser: Clarice scrawled, 'A question from when I was Clarice scrawled, 'A question from when I was a little girl that I can answer only now: are rocks made, or are they born? Answer: rocks are. — Benjamin Moser
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I write as if to save somebody's life. I write as if to save somebody's life. Probably my own. Life is a kind of madness that death makes. Long live the dead because we live in them. — Clarice Lispector
Clarice Quotes By Clarice Lispector: I always give names to things I always give names to things — Clarice Lispector