Fernando pessoa, life and work, comicbook, bernardo soares, a day in the life of. Fernando pessoa books list of books by author fernando pessoa. Fernando pessoa, book of disquiet, writing, reality. During his life, most of pessoa s considerable creative output appeared only in journals, and he published just three collections of poetry in english antinous 1918, sonnets 1918, and english poems 1921and one collection in portuguese, mensagem 1933. A modernist masterwork that has now taken on a similar iconic status to ulysses, the trial or in search of lost time, fernando pessoa s the book of disquiet is edited and translated with an introduction by richard zenith in penguin modern classics. Fernando antonio nogueira pessoa foi um poeta, filosofo, dramaturgo. Fernando pessoa, one of the greatest portuguese poets, whose modernist work gave portuguese literature european significance.
Nov 30, 2006 free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by project gutenberg. Again and again, in both poetry and prose, pessoa denied that he existed as any kind of distinctive individual. Fernando antnio nogueira pessoa nasceu em 1888, em lisboa, a morreu em 1935, e poucas vezes deixou a cidade em adulto, mas passou nove anos da sua infncia em durban, na colnia britnica da frica do sul, onde o seu padrasto era o cnsul portugus. The narrator, perhaps a standin for pessoa himself, is clearly a distant literary relative of shakespeares hamlet or eliots prufrock. Furthermore, a great number of the books which fernando pessoa read, and. The book was published in multiple languages including english, consists of 544 pages and is available in paperback format. Between 1910 and his death in 1935, fernando pessoa witnessed a series of. Published posthumously, the book of disquiet is a fragmentary lifetime project, left unedited by the author, who introduced it as a factless autobiography. May 30, 2002 a modernist masterwork that has now taken on a similar iconic status to ulysses, the trial or in search of lost time, fernando pessoa s the book of disquiet is edited and translated with an introduction by richard zenith in penguin modern classics. Written over the course of fernando pessoas life, the book of disquiet was first published in 1982, pieced together from the thousands of individual manuscript pages left behind after his death in 1935.
Pdf the book of disquiet book by fernando pessoa free. We personally assess every books quality and offer rare, outofprint treasures. Fernando pessoa books list of books by author fernando. Oclcs webjunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by project gutenberg. Preface by fernando pessoa, a factless autobiography and a disquiet an thology. The major lyric poetry and prose of pessoa are attributed to four names. Textos estabelecidos e prefaciados por georg rudolf lind e jacinto do prado coelho. This almostautobiographical story tells of the sombre majesty of splendours no one knows in the very private life of its hero and offers. There are flashes of sly humour, too, moments when the book of disquiet reads like an existential diary of a nobody. The book of disquiet by fernando pessoa if you read this, you need to know what you are signing up for, so, below, ill let pessoa speak for himself. If ever there was a writer in flight from his name, it was fernando pessoa. Fernando pessoa em flagrante delitro, como escreveu numa carta a ofelia.
The book of disquiet was found, in fragments, only after pessoas. The book of disquiet is funny, lifeaffirming, and, of course, desperately sad. It is probably fernando pessoa who exploited this fragmentation of the empirical self into multiple poetic personae more than anyone else. Fernando pessoa, hubert jennings, jennings literary estate, espolio. Numerous and frequentlyupdated resource results are available from this search. This book provides ample evidence of his fruitful, lifelong relationship with the english language. Thriftbooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. Fernando pessoas the book of disquiet is aptly titled. O ser poeta e escritor nao constitui profissao, masvocacao. Oscar wilde, fernando pessoa, and the art of lying.
Fernando pessoa has 725 books on goodreads with 157438 ratings. Evidence of the occult in the life and works of fernando pessoa. A modernist masterwork that has now taken on a similar iconic status to ulysses, the trial or in search of lost time, fernando pessoas the book of disquiet is edited and translated with an introduction by richard zenith in penguin modern classics. We deliver the joy of reading in 100% recycled packaging with free standard shipping on u. The first edition of the novel was published in 1982, and was written by fernando pessoa. Abstract a brief introduction to a comicbook about fernando pessoa is presented and followed by a segment of the same comicbook, about the assistant bookkeeper in the city of lisbon bernardo soares. Born in 1888, fernando pessoa is widxely considered portugals greatest modern poet and author. By bernardo soares, assistant bookkeeper in the city of lisbon. The book of disquiet is a work by the portuguese author fernando pessoa 1888 1935. Fernando pessoas multiple voices have different styles and idioms, and each one is extraordinary. Books by fernando pessoa author of the book of disquiet. The second, interseccionismo, still elaborated this type of symbolism, but. Full text of fernando pessoa as english reader and writer. Imagination, reality and the pleasure of masking and dreaming rodica grigore1 the portuguese writer fernando pessoa complicates the idea of fictionality, by underscoring the fact that the personality of soares the fictional author of the book of disquiet is neither his own nor com.
Jun 19, 2015 fernando pessoas the book of disquiet is aptly titled. Texts of affirmation and opposition of the worldwide surrealist movement, mario cesariny, perhaps portugals most acclaimed surrealist artist, sets out to do just what his title suggests. Reliable information about the coronavirus covid19 is available from the world health organization current situation, international travel. A read is counted each time someone views a publication summary such as the title, abstract, and list of authors, clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the fulltext. Interseccionismo excessive interseccionism of some poetry that, in his view, led. Fernando pessoas most popular book is the book of disquiet. An ebook reader can be a software application for use on a computer such as microsofts free reader application, or a booksized computer this. Nationalism, modernity, and the formation of fernando pessoas. Pessoa is the portuguese word for person, and there is nothing he less wanted to be. See more ideas about fernando pessoa, portuguese language and writers and poets. Howes fernando pessoa is widely considered to be the greatest portuguese poet of the twentieth century and a major writer of european stature. Disquiet refers to a feeling of anxiety, and this story has plenty of unease for both its narrator and readers.989 1193 1079 186 459 317 1239 1579 229 1392 1488 995 281 372 53 827 930 546 1052 1302 1245 1339 946 720 1358 57 1558 534 293 840 1062 642 982 610