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Ê The Book of Disquiet × Download by Ö Fernando Pessoa Fernando Pessoa Was Many Writers In One He Attributed His Prolific Writings To A Wide Range Of Alternate Selves, Each Of Which Had A Distinct Biography, Ideology And Horoscope When He Died In 1935, Pessoa Left Behind A Trunk Filled With Unfinished And Unpublished Writings, Among Which Were The Remarkable Pages That Make Up His Posthumous Masterpiece, The Book of Disquiet, An Astonishing Work That, In George Steiner S Words, Gives To Lisbon The Haunting Spell Of Joyce S Dublin Or Kafka S Prague Published For The First Time Some Fifty Years After His Death, This Unique Collection Of Short, Aphoristic Paragraphs Comprises The Autobiography Of Bernardo Soares, One Of Pessoa S Alternate Selves Part Intimate Diary, Part Prose Poetry, Part Descriptive Narrative, The Book of Disquiet Is One Of The Greatest Works Of The Twentieth Century.
Fernando Pessoa, One Of The Founders Of Modernism, Was Born In Lisbon In 1888 Most Of Pessoa S Writing Was Not Published During His Lifetime The Book of Disquiet Was First Published In Portugal In 1982.
We re well aware that every creative work is imperfect and that our most dubious aesthetic contemplation will be the one whose object is what we write But everything is imperfect There s no sunset so lovely it couldn t be yet lovelier, no gentle breeze bringing us sleep that couldn t bring yet sounder sleep Almost all my feelings As soon as I turned the last page, I realized how much I was going to miss The Book of Disquiet For it has been my faithful companion for over two weeks, as myWe re well aware that every creative work is imperfect and that our most dubious aesthetic contemplation will be the one whose object is what we write But everything is imperfect There s no sunset so lovely it couldn t be yet lovelier, no gentle breeze bringing us sleep that couldn t bring yet sounder sleep Almost all my feelings As soon as I turned the last page, I realized how much I was go I just came across this article about literary Lisbon with a lot about Pessoa very good Book of Disquiet by Fernando Pessoa If you read this, you need to know what you are signing up for, so, below, I ll let Pessoa speak for himself It s a series of vignettes, random thoughts and meditations all written between 1913 and 1935 It s a work of genius, of course Pessoa, the famous Portuguese writer and poet was known for his multiple writing personalit I just came across this article about literary Lisbon with a lot about Pessoa very good Book of Disquiet by Fernando Pessoa If you read this, you need to know what you are signing up for, so, below, I ll let Pessoa speak for himself It s a series of vignettes, random thoughts and meditations all written between 1913 and 1935 It s a work of genius, of course Pessoa, t I have this habit of keeping a pencil close by when I m reading a book which I know is going to have some passages I want to remember So, whenever I come across a sentence or a paragraph that strikes me for some reason, I underline it.
Well now, what s mostly happened with my copy of the The Book of Disquiet by Fernando Pessoa is that there is something underlined in almost every page of the book Which is the same to say that this is a memorable book on the whole I d even dare to say that th I have this habit of keeping a pencil close by when I m reading a book which I know is going to have some passages I want to remember So, whenever I come across a sentence or a paragraph that strikes me for some reason, I underline it.
,, , 20, 1Some books wrap me up in dreams and fantasy, creating a protective bubble in which I can leisurely gaze at the world in comfort The opposite happened when reading The Book of Disquiet , a book that lives up to its title like no other I didn t get wrapped up in anything With every sentence I read I felt myself being unwrapped, as layers of self deceit and unconsciousness were shed 2I held the book in my hands I could decide to open and close it I could decide to put it away But despite a 1Some books wrap me up in dreams and fantasy, creating a protective bubble in which I can leisurely gaze at the world in comfort The opposite happened when reading The Book of Disquiet , a book that lives up to its title like no other I didn t get wrapped up in anything With every sentence I read I felt myself being unwrapped, as layers of self deceit I follow the course of my dreams, making them images into steps toward other images folding casual metaphors like fans into grand pictures of interior vision I untie life from myself, and I toss it aside as if it were a too tight suit Fernando Pessoa, The Book of DisquietYou know a writer is great when he makes you want to learn a new language to understand his work in the original The Book of Disquiet is easily the best book I ve read this year, and possibly the one I ve copied the mo I follow the course of my dreams, making them images into steps toward other images folding casual metaphors like fans into grand pictures of interior vision I untie life from myself, and I toss it aside as if it were a too tight suit Fernando If I write what I feel, it s to reduce the fever of feeling What I confess is unimportant, because everything is unimportant I make landscapes out of what I feel I make holidays of my sensations 42 He who does not know how to populate his solitude, does not know either how to be alone in a busy crowd Charles Baudelaire, CrowdsSome dreams want to transcend our minds They want to feel alive, be outside and become reality We all have dreamed about things that, even after we woke up, we are If I write what I feel, it s to reduce the fever of feeling What I confess is unimportant, because everything is unimportant I make landscapes out of what I feel I make holidays of my sensations 42 He who does not know how to populate his solitude, does not know either how to be alone in a busy crowd Charles Baudelaire, CrowdsSome dreams want to transcend our minds Th Humans are social beings, to the extent that those who prefer solitude to the company of others are usually perceived as troubled individuals, outside of the norm it took me a long time to feel comfortable with being alone, with dampening the guilt that flared up in me every time I begged off going out with a group of friends It is always a welcome reinforcement when I come across a book penned by a fellow recluse and The Book of Disquiet could be a solitary soul s bible, so powerfully does it Humans are social beings, to the extent that those who prefer solitude to the company of others are usually perceived as troubled individuals, outside of the norm it took me a long time to feel comfortable with being alone, with dampening the guilt that flared up in me every time I begged off going out with a group of friends It is always a welcome Livro do Desassossego The Book of Disquiet, Fernando PessoaThe Book of Disquiet is a work by the Portuguese author Fernando Pessoa 1888 1935 In Lisbon there are a few restaurants or eating houses located above decent looking taverns, places with the heavy, domestic look of restaurants in towns far from any rail line These second story eateries, usually empty except on Sundays, frequently contain curious types whose faces are not interesting but who constitute a series of digressions from l Livro do Desassossego The Book of Disquiet, Fernando PessoaThe Book of Disquiet is a work by the Portuguese author Fernando Pessoa 1888 1935 In Lisbon there are a few restaurants or eating houses located above decent looking taverns, places with the heavy, domestic look of restaurants in towns far from any rail line These second story eaterie

Fernando Pessoa

Ê The Book of Disquiet × Download by Ö Fernando Pessoa Fernando Ant nio Nogueira Pessoa was a poet and writer.It is sometimes said that the four greatest Portuguese poets of modern times are Fernando Pessoa The statement is possible since Pessoa, whose name means person in Portuguese, had three alter egos who wrote in styles completely different from his own In fact Pessoa wrote under dozens of names, but Alberto Caeiro, Ricardo Reis and lvaro de Campos were their creator claimed full fledged individuals who wrote things that he himself would never or could never write He dubbed them heteronyms rather than pseudonyms, since they were not false names but other names , belonging to distinct literary personalities Not only were their styles different they thought differently, they had different religious and political views, different aesthetic sensibilities, different social temperaments And each produced a large body of poetry lvaro de Campos and Ricardo Reis also signed dozens of pages of prose.The critic Harold Bloom referred to him in the book The Western Canon as the most representative poet of the twentieth century, along with Pablo Neruda.