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Baudelaire

fleurs-du-bien: “ I just found this picture in a very serious website called Gallica. It might be a daguerréotype of Baudelaire taken in the 1850 (he was 29 at that time). It’s called “Young man.

Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867). French Poet who wrote Les Fleurs Du Mal (Flowers of Evil).

Charles Baudelaire French Poet who wrote Les Fleurs Du Mal (Flowers of Evil).

Charles Pierre Baudelaire (1821-1867), French poet and pioneering translator of Edgar Allan Poe. "My soul floats on...perfume as the souls of other men...float on music." Baudelaire

Charles Pierre Baudelaire was a French poet who produced notable work as an art critic, essayist and pioneering translator of Edgar Allan Poe. "My soul floats on.perfume as the souls of other men.

Fernando Pessoa - Portugal

“No intelligent idea can gain general acceptance unless some stupidity is mixed in with it” Fernando Pessoa (June 1888 - November was a Portuguese poet, writer, literary critic,.

Fernando Pessoa, Antonio Botto, Raul Leal, Augusto Ferreira Gomes.   Café Martinho da Arcada, Terreiro do Paço, 1928.

Fernando Pessoa, Antonio Botto, Raul Leal, Augusto Ferreira Gomes. Café Martinho da Arcada, Terreiro do Paço, 1928.

Fernando Pessoa

“No intelligent idea can gain general acceptance unless some stupidity is mixed in with it” Fernando Pessoa (June 1888 - November was a Portuguese poet, writer, literary critic,.

Fernando Pessoa. Una de las primeras fotos que le tomaron al lusitano de los heterónimos.

Fernando Pessoa. Una de las primeras fotos que le tomaron al lusitano de los heterónimos.

tu estás aqui, RUY BELO (1933-1978). He treats impermanence, childhood, ocean, woman and death, all inextricably tied: ocean and woman embodying the infinite embrace sought by the poet who mourns the lost omnipotence of his infant imagination and the lostness of his rapidly passing life, ultimately embraced by death. Awareness of death, not merely as an end but as a gradual existential expropriation, runs through his poems, which attempt to confer transcendence on some of that life draining…

tu estás aqui, RUY BELO (1933-1978). He treats impermanence, childhood, ocean, woman and death, all inextricably tied: ocean and woman embodying the infinite embrace sought by the poet who mourns the lost omnipotence of his infant imagination and the lostness of his rapidly passing life, ultimately embraced by death. Awareness of death, not merely as an end but as a gradual existential expropriation, runs through his poems, which attempt to confer transcendence on some of that life draining…

isto, PESSOA (1888-1935). Poet, writer, critic and translator, one of the most significant literary figures of the XX century. 'Pessoa-himself' is not the 'real' PESSOA. Like Caeiro, Reis and Campos, he embodies only aspects of the poet's personality. The poetry of the orthonymic PESSOA possesses a measured, regular form and appreciation of the musicality of verse. It takes on intellectual issues, and it is marked by concern with dreams, imagination and mystery.

isto, PESSOA (1888-1935). Poet, writer, critic and translator, one of the most significant literary figures of the XX century. 'Pessoa-himself' is not the 'real' PESSOA. Like Caeiro, Reis and Campos, he embodies only aspects of the poet's personality. The poetry of the orthonymic PESSOA possesses a measured, regular form and appreciation of the musicality of verse. It takes on intellectual issues, and it is marked by concern with dreams, imagination and mystery.

sonetos 13 e 14 dos passos da cruz, PESSOA (1888-1935). Poet, writer, critic and translator, one of the most significant literary figures of the XX century. 'Pessoa-himself' is not the 'real' PESSOA. Like Caeiro, Reis and Campos, he embodies only aspects of the poet's personality. The poetry of the orthonymic PESSOA possesses a measured, regular form and appreciation of the musicality of verse. It takes on intellectual issues, and it is marked by concern with dreams, imagination and mystery.

sonetos 13 e 14 dos passos da cruz, PESSOA (1888-1935). Poet, writer, critic and translator, one of the most significant literary figures of the XX century. 'Pessoa-himself' is not the 'real' PESSOA. Like Caeiro, Reis and Campos, he embodies only aspects of the poet's personality. The poetry of the orthonymic PESSOA possesses a measured, regular form and appreciation of the musicality of verse. It takes on intellectual issues, and it is marked by concern with dreams, imagination and mystery.

Videos de Fernando Pessoa - Um Fernando Pessoa

Videos de Fernando Pessoa - Um Fernando Pessoa

Um tesouro único no mundo: a biblioteca pessoal de Fernando Pessoa disponível para consulta on-line

Um tesouro único no mundo: a biblioteca pessoal de Fernando Pessoa disponível para consulta on-line

Fernando Pessoa was born 13 June and died 30 November 1935 10 Quotes Literature is the most agreeable way of ignoring life.

Senhor, meu passo está no Limiar - Fernando Pessoa | Curta Pessoa

Senhor, meu passo está no Limiar - Fernando Pessoa | Curta Pessoa

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