EL LIBRO DEL DESASOSIEGO FERNANDO PESSOA PDF
Libro del desasosiego has ratings and reviews. Ahmad said: Livro do Desassossego = The Book of Disquiet, Fernando PessoaThe Book of Disquie . Atribuida por su autor a Bernardo Soares, «personalidad literaria» de quien dijo Pessoa «soy yo menos el raciocinio y la afectividad», esta maravilla es el. Find great deals for Libro Del Desasosiego by Fernando Pessoa (Hardcover). Shop with confidence on eBay!.
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I get it, people love this book. Mind you, Pessoa acknowledged that Soares most resembled his true self [ “me minus reason and affectivity” ], to the extent there might only have fednando one. You can understand and enjoy it, even if you don’t agree or sympathise with its underlying philosophy. I concern myself only with myself.
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I do not understand why. Included in the auction was an unopened, dusty trunk, purchased by a college student looking for a cheap conversation piece. Open Preview See a Problem? To know nothing about yourself dek to live. I consider myself a fairly resilient reader, with wide-ranging and exploratory tastes.
I was honestly annoyed with Pessoa once I was two-thirds of the way through this book and I knew that this kind of book is not for me.
I admit, parts of his persona appealed to mine. Published by Seix Barral first published He read this in his Kindle last year and when he saw a copy in Powerbooks, he texted me right away saying that I must go to that bookstore immediately and buy because I don’t have a Kindle this lone copy. Not only were their styles different; they thought differently, they had different religious and political views, different aesthetic sensibilities, different social temperaments.
Nothing had forewarned me o Like a Version Touched for the Very First Time This is an exceptional book or deswsosiego or whatever you want to call it. I am reluctant to describe it as Existentialism, because of the apparent lack of Humanism. I think it’s because liro didn’t believe it. View all 8 comments. And if that was the whole of the book, I would have been totally satisfied. I admire no one in literature more than the classical writers, who are the ones I least resemble.
He was a fully-fledged persona, clearly differentiated from Pessoa and many other heteronyms he used to imagine and write other discrete aspects of his work. I demand nothing more from life than to be a spectator of it.
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I am the original author of this essay, as well as the owner of CCLaP; it is not being reprinted illegally.
What the hell, who cares. There is no awesome plot involving robots-gone-amok, no swashbuckling piracy on the high seas, and no senseless and depraved acts of copulation which make my sweaty paws turn the pages with eager anticipation. The work is a testament to inveterate egoism, miserabilism and misanthropy. I don’t care if this makes me happy or unhappy, and I don’t much care.
I don’t fantasise; I don’t imagine. Is it any wonder this book is so beloved by writers?
I knew this was coming, simply from the reviews of the book I had read. Eu pergunto-me se um homem que nunca fodeu pode ser um bom escritor.
Il libro dell’ Inquietudine viene scritto tra gli anni 10 e gli anni 30 del novecento, in un periodo dominato dalle avanguardie, da Dada, dal Simbolismo, dall’astrattismo.
To do this, he covers himself with an armour of realities closer to him than the world’s facts and through which the facts, modified accordingly, reach him. See all 6 questions about Libro del desasosiego…. It is as if Pessoa had a multiple personality disorder in artistic form. Future editors, as obsessed as they are with completionism, included more than the author intended sometimes depending on the version. And I, whose self-critical spirit allows me only to see my lapses and defects, I, who dare write only passages, fragments, excerpts of the non-existent, I myself–in the little that I write–am also imperfect.
H Pessoa had over eighty personas, and these desasosieggo him from as early as six years old. The only thing some people may learn from him is how to avoid life. I realize this is a highly regarded book of poetry by a known writer from Portugal. I think of Salinger in that degree, who began to feel strongly that xel published was an unwelcome intrusion and distraction imposed upon the work itself. Too often, the book slipped from healthy self-deprecation to self-loathing.
The lure, therefore–or, at least, as I see it–is based more in his personal idiosyncrasies than the actual quality of desadosiego finished manuscripts. Maybe, someday, they’ll fix that. It was all the same to me some kvetching complaining about life and his life.
Sadly Pessoa sees only what he wants to see; a world of mundane actions, a world devoid of happiness.
For me, humanity is one vast decorative motif, existing through one’s eyes and ears and through psychological emotion. Mas tenho que querer o que for. He is scared and reluctant to say hello or even shake hands with others. To ask other readers questions about Libro del desasosiegoplease sign up. I keep my own feelings out of everything, in order to be able to feel.
As far as I’m concerned, if the author thinks their work is a novel, that’s good enough for me. He said that this book was the best he read last year. Whether or not it was ever intended to be a novel by either of its “authors”the work itself or at least the analysis of it fits within the concerns of Modernism, if not Post-Modernism which I maintain is a branch of Modernism, a sub-movement, not a separate movement.
Curiously, though, I did not walk away from the book infuriated.