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As Múltiplas Faces de Fernando Pessoa

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In Portuguese/No Portugues
Paperback, 2, 120 pages
Published 1995 by Editora Núcleo
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Shelves: poetry
This was a nice introduction to Pessoa. A couple lines of his settled in my head years ago, glad to finally get into him. The poetry in this little collection is almost overtly philosophical, familiar and still unique; at times even fun. I had a little difficulty getting through the Álvaro de Campos heteronym; went down a bit too much like Rimbaud, for my tastes; some nice themes and moments nonetheless. I was unable to find any collection like this in English with opposing translation--too bad ...more
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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. The statement is possible since Pessoa, whose name means ‘person’ in Portuguese, had three alter egos who wrote in styles completely different from his own. In fact Pessoa wrote under dozens of names, but Alberto Caeiro, Ricardo Reis and Álvaro de
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