- Author:Fernando Pessoa
- Publisher:Contemporary French Fiction (March 1, 2007)
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Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935). Also contains poems by Alberto Caeiro, Ricardo Reis, and Alvaro de Campos.
Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935). Plural como el universo.
Ricardo Reis says: "Alberto Caeiro da Silva was born in Lisbon on April 16, 1889, and died of tuberculosis in. .In Ribatejo he wrote nearly all his poems.
Ricardo Reis says: "Alberto Caeiro da Silva was born in Lisbon on April 16, 1889, and died of tuberculosis in the same city on .He spent nearly all his life in a village in Ribatejo, and only returned to the city of his birth in his final months. Fernando Pessoa was educated in English in Durban, as the stepson of a Portuguese diplomat, and was completely bilingual
Pessoa’s three major poetic heteronyms – the Zennish shepherd called Alberto Caeiro, the classicist Ricardo Reis, and world traveller Álvaro de Campos – burst on to the stage of Pessoa’s life together, in 1914
Pessoa’s legacy consisted of a large trunk full of poetry, prose, plays, philosophy, criticism, translations, linguistic theory, political writings, horoscopes and assorted other texts, variously typed, handwritten or illegibly scrawled in Portuguese, English and French. Pessoa’s three major poetic heteronyms – the Zennish shepherd called Alberto Caeiro, the classicist Ricardo Reis, and world traveller Álvaro de Campos – burst on to the stage of Pessoa’s life together, in 1914. The Book of Disquiet was born one year before that, with the publication of Pessoa’s.
Fernando Pessoa signature. Alberto Caeiro signature. Alvaro de Campos signature. Ricardo Reis signature. Bernardo Soares signature. Last phrase written by Pessoa: I know not what tomorrow will bring. Pessoa's unpublished manuscript, 1. 9. Queen Victoria Memorial Prize, 1903, awarded to Fernando Pessoa. Coffeehouse "A Brasileira", established in 1905, photographed in 1911 by Joshua Benoliel.
In fact Pessoa wrote under dozens of names, but Alberto Caeiro, Ricardo Reis and Álvaro de Fernando António Nogueira Pessoa was a poet and writer. It is sometimes said that the four greatest Portuguese poets of modern times are Fernando Pessoa.
Poet Fernando António Nogueira Pêssoa was born in Lisbon, Portugal. His father died when Pessoa was five years old, and the family moved with his mother’s new husband, a consul, to Durban, South Africa, where Pessoa attended an English school. At thirteen Pessoa returned to Portugal for a year-long visit, and returned there permanently in 1905. 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 (1921)-and one collection in Portuguese, Mensagem (1933).
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Fernando Pessoa - Poet Fernando António Nogueira Pêssoa's work was not .
Fernando Pessoa - Poet Fernando António Nogueira Pêssoa's work was not widely read until years after his death. Pessoa attended an English school in Durban, where he lived with his family until the age of seventeen. When he was thirteen he made a year-long visit to Portugal, returning there for good in 1905. He began studying at the University of Lisbon in 1906 but dropped out after only eight months. Ricardo Reis has another kind of discipline: things must be felt, not only as they are, but also so as to fall in with a certain ideal of classic measure and rule. In Álvaro de Campos things must simply be felt.
Fernando Pessoa, born Fernando António Nogueira Pessôa (/pɛˈsoʊə . He also wrote in and translated from English and French.
Fernando Pessoa, born Fernando António Nogueira Pessôa (/pɛˈsoʊə/; Portuguese: [fɨɾˈnɐ̃dw ɐ̃ˈtɔɲju. Pessoa was a prolific writer, and not only under his own name, for he dreamed up approximately seventy-five others. He did not call them pseudonyms because he felt that did not capture their true independent intellectual life and instead called them.
Alberto Caeiro, Álvaro de Campos, Ricardo Reis, Bernardo Soares, et. Astrological chart of the heteronym Ricardo Reis by Fernando Pessoa.
Alberto Caeiro, Álvaro de Campos, Ricardo Reis, Bernardo Soares, etc. Occupation. Poet, writer, and translator Astrological chart of the heteronym Ricardo Reis by Fernando Pessoa. The night my body makes of me were torn. Away from being, and my unbodied shape.