The Passion According to G.H. by Clarice Lispector
The literature of horror is mostly a mish-mash of monsters, murderers and maniacs. The terror is external, lurking behind a dark corner, in a cemetery, or inside a gloomy castle. The essence of this terror is the encounter with the other, and the less well-defined this otherness, the greater the fright. H.P. Lovecraft (who feared the other as part of a …
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