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Revista Mal Estar e Subjetividade

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FURTADO, Maria Sílvia Antunes. Os Caminhos da Feminilidade em Preciosidade, de Clarice Lispector. Rev. Mal-Estar Subj. [online]. 2009, vol.9, n.3, pp. 983-1004. ISSN 1518-6148.

A dialogue between the Psychoanalysis and the Literature - that takes as starting point the reading of the short-story Preciosidade by Clarice Lispector - allows, amongst other possibilities, the approach of the subject of the womanishness. The field of the sexual one, for the Psychoanalysis is not natural as the womanishness is not too; it is not related to the gender. It does not have disposal origin. It comes to be constituted from a singular way - by identification - that occurs from the unconscious childish experience of the Oedipus-castration complex, whose dissolution marks the psychic structure of the citizen for the rest of his life, because from this dissolution results an instance of psychic law called superego. From the marks left by this unconscious experience, the citizen will answer its questions from a determined place and in a singular subjective position. Some psychoanalytic concepts, according to the conceptions of Freud and Lacan, will be approached in this paper, in order to subsidize the dialogue between the literary and psychoanalytic fields. From the interstices of the reading of the short-story Preciosidade will be highlight specific literary subjects that approach aspects of the womanishness subjectivity in a fiction way. The constitution of the womanishness is permeated by obstacles, meets with a loss and developments, in the presence of the protagonist is convoked to accede to a womanishness position.

Keywords : psychoanalysis; literature; subjectivity; womanishness; Clarice Lispector.

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