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review ☆ A Obscena Senhora D ´ The English language debut of one of Brazil’s leading writers of the twentieth century The Obscene Madame D is the first work by acclaimed Brazilian author Hilda Hilst to be published in English Radically irreverent and formally impious this novel portrays an unyielding radical intelligence a sixty year old woman who The English language debut of one of Brazil’s leading writers of the twentieth century The Obscene Madame D is the first work by acclaimed Brazilian author Hilda Hilst to be published in English Radically irreverent and formally impious this novel portrays an unyielding radical intelligence a sixty year old woman who decides to live in the recess under the stairs In her diminutive space Madame D for dereliction relives the perplexity of her re. Alex Estes has writ

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Nate urgency of Artaud and de Sade's waking dreams in which sex and death are forever conjoined and love's 'vivid time' irretrievably lost Rikki DucornetLike her friend and admirer Clarice Lispector Hilda Hilst was a passionate explorer of the sacred and the profane the pure and the obscene and shows in this discomfiting hypnotic work just how rarely those categories are what they seem The translation is excellent what a rare relief Benjamin Mos. This was both weird

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A Obscena Senhora DCently deceased lover who cannot comprehend her rejection of common sense sex and a simple life in favor of metaphysical speculations that he supposes to be delusional and vainIf Lispector's psychotic heroines careen towards Mars Hilst's Madame D in her flight from the body's 'unparalleled glimmer' implodes Her god is too small too obscene to halt her descent into Hell This brief lyrical and scalding account of a mind unhinged recalls the passio. This is the 1st boo