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. Libro del desasosiego de Bernardo Soares / The Book of Disquiet of Bernardo Soares by Fernando Pessoa, , available at Book Depository with . Fernando Pessoa. Libro del desasosiego. Fernando Pessoa. Libro del desasosiego. Image may contain: text. Likes3 Comments93 Shares. English (US).
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So far, the best book that I’ve read this year. Flashes of e brilliance amid a heap of questionably intellectual masturbation. He has certain fascist tendencies that peek through his primarily apolitical musings. Try reading a rel pages, and see if he works out for you. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. In short, it was more satisfying to simply work than to see that work released to the public. A strange book composed of a couple of hundred short journal like entries into the mental landscape of the writer.
Un libro troppo lungo e scritto senza cura. Sad without being necessarily depressing, this book chronicles desasosieo inner life of someone who exists in a dual life of a book keeper and dreamer. This is really slow reading and I’m too depressed to finish it. Discussion — The Book of Disquiet — Book as a whole.
Libro del desasosiego by Fernando Pessoa (2 star ratings)
Future editors, as obsessed as they are with completionism, included more than the author intended sometimes depending on the version. I suppose one cannot make a blanket statement about such things, but I suspect that to write something like The Book of Disquietone needs to contain in one’s self, more than a just a sliver of Soares.
However, there is another category where this book falls under. To the extent that its formal concerns might qualify it as a work of Modernist fiction, you have to ask whether they derive from the author or his editors.
Ultimately, for this reason alone, it is a creative work, if not necessarily fiction. An even larger, lingering debate is why anyone is even bothering…. This book is something else. We love an idea of our own; in short, it is ourselves that we love Several of these personas went on to write poems.
Which translation shall I read then? It’s not clear whether Pessoa regarded the project as a novel. Want to Read saving…. Maybe, someday, they’ll fix that. I made it past page The connection to literary fiction is tenuous at best because, in order for it to qualify it as such, you have to accept that you are reading the tedious observations of a very dull and very invented person.
I’m in Lisbon for a day! Refresh and try again.
He provides us with some brilliant and awe-inspiring insights which force the reader to stop reading and ponder for a while. I fall on the latter side. I would go as far as to say I’m finding it a bit interesting now. Lists with This Book. After Pessoa died, a trunk filled with his unpublished and unfinished writings was found.
Una persona in questa posizione deve convivere troppo tempo libero, troppe energie eo troppe frustrazioni represse; finisce per annegare nella noia, nel tedio, in una feroce impotenza che cerca di sublimare trascrivendo in un libro questo, appunto lbro suo flusso di pensieri lasciato libero dalla mancanza di sfide e di occupazione.
At times I was deo this, especially toward the end, because it got to be a drag reading about all this “life is a dream” and “tedium again” and “death is better than life, only then I wouldn’t be able to bemoan life, which is my bread and butter” stuff.
I am giving this one a 2.
In fact, I went through a sort of grieving process the last time I lemmed a bookwhich was also the first time I had lemmed a book since I came to Goodreads. The onanist may be an abject creature but in truth he is the logical expression of the lover. Though I don’t often enjoy doing this, it’s as though the only way to truly convey the character of the work is to quote it: But how can one understand Pessoa when he himself never managed to do the same? These are also the same folks that invented the siesta, as a way to help make the typical, grueling work day more manageable by adding a nice nap right in the middle after a few slugs from a jug of wine, no less.
Customers who bought this item also bought. 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. For Pessoa, life is a dream. He is the only one who neither disguises nor deludes himself. Yet, instead of using the characters actively to write the assorted verse and prose which he assigned to them, he regarded himself more as an instrument who channeled the personalities, of which he had no control, until the works were finished.
April – The Book of Disquiet 7 27 Apr 18, View all 15 comments. Seems Pessoa was famous for inventing different personas, then writing poetry to match their unique personalities.
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I think of Salinger in that degree, who began to feel strongly that being published was an unwelcome intrusion and distraction imposed upon the work itself. And Book of Disquiet is just a part of those findings.
But, what if desasksiego do like it? The Book of Disquiet is not in any sense a novel. And each produced a large body of poetry.
I definitely prefer it this way.