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Pessoa, Fernando 1888-1935

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Message by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

216 editions published between 1934 and 2021 in 7 languages and held by 766 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This "was the only book of verse in his own language that Pessoa saw through the press in his lifetime. On the face of it, a patriotic sequence steeped in 'Sebastianismo, ' the poems offer much more than this, the Kings and navigators of the Portugal's history standing as avatars of the poet's self, their explorations and heroic deeds projections of the poet's inner creative life"--Amazon.com
The songs of António Botto by António Boto( )

11 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 640 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

António Botto was one of Portugal's first openly gay writers, a poète maudit whose unapologetic and candid verses about homosexual life and passion were both praised and reviled when they appeared in Portuguese in 1922 under the title Canções . Botto's poetic voice-confessional, personal, and intimate-revels and luxuriates in eroticism while expressing the ache of longing, silence, and suffering. Yet for all of his acclaim and notoriety-he was both hailed as one of the great poets of his day and condemned for his frank depictions of male-male desire-Botto and his work fell into oblivion after
The book of disquiet by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

140 editions published between 1985 and 2018 in 9 languages and held by 500 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Sitting at his desk, Bernardo Soares imagined himself free forever of Rua dos Douradores, of his boss Vasques, of Moreira the book-keeper, of all the other employees, the errand boy, the post boy, even the cat
O banqueiro anarquista by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

102 editions published between 1922 and 2021 in 6 languages and held by 400 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

¿Es posible ser a la vez un rico y ladino banquero y un anarquista consumado que lucha por la liberación de la sociedad? Según Pessoa, sí. Es lo que intenta demostrar El banquero anarquista, un sorprendente relato publicado en 1922. La producción literaria pessoana, como violenta suma de excepciones que es, nos enfrenta a menudo a la excepción de la excepción. Es insólita en verso y en prosa. Y lo es hasta el punto de que hay textos cuyo origen parece inescrutable. El lector acostumbrado a los versos de Pessoa o a su más conocido Libro del desasosiego, se pasma ante una pieza narrativa como El banquero anarquista, que despliega una feroz diatriba razonada contra el mito del igualitarismo, sustento falaz de nuestra sociedad, y contra las posibilidades de emancipación del ciudadano, que no contra las del individuo. Pero este salto a la arena de la discusión ideológica bajo forma de narración dialogada entre un sujeto que se dice banquero y anarquista, todo en uno y lo uno por lo otro, y un joven que le escucha incrédulo, guarda relación con un sector de la obra pessoana poco conocido: Pessoa fue un apasionado y original comentarista de la vida política portuguesa y europea, siempre dispuesto a desbaratar las ilusiones del ciudadano en las modernas sociedades democráticas
Got lost by Helmut Lachenmann( )

3 editions published in 2018 in Multiple languages and German and held by 294 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

»Das Ein- und Ausschwingen des Klangs kann als essentiell in Lachenmanns Werk bezeichnet werden. Im Ende der Neunzigerjahre entstandenen Klaviersolowerk Serynade konzentriert sich Lachenmann auf den Akkord und dessen Verklingen – die Verfremdung findet hier dadurch statt, dass manche Tasten des angeschlagenen Clusters kurz angehoben werden, um einen neuen Akkord herauszufiltern. Einerseits wird dadurch der natürliche Einschwingvorgang gestört, andererseits eine neue Ebene ohne Anschlag eröffnet – Grenzen verschwimmen, auch beim Hören: was klingt hier schon, was noch? […] In Got Lost für hohen Sopran und Klavier bringt er drei Texte zusammen, die sowohl vom Duktus als auch vom Inhalt her unterschiedlicher kaum sein könnten. Ein Vierzeiler von Nietzsche, ein Anti-Liebesgedicht von Fernando Pessoa und eine skurrile Anzeige über einen verlorenen Wäschekorb, die dem Stück den Titel gibt. Zunächst für sich vorgetragen, dann zusammengewürfelt, seziert bis zur Unkenntlichkeit, neu zusammengebaut, durch Einsatz aller Stimm- und Klavierregister entrückt. Das Wortspiel mit ›Got Lost‹ und dem fremden, gott-losen Klangraum, der sich auftut, zeugt von der Ironie hinter dem ernsten Anliegen: die Kunst als solche zu hinterfragen. Die Interpreten dieser Aufnahme machen es einem erstaunlich einfach, sich dem auszusetzen. Sei es das trio recherche, das mit rund 600 Uraufführungen sich bestens auskennt in allen denkbaren Zwischenräumen oder seien es Yukiko Sugawara und Yuko Kakuta, für die der Komponist Serynade bzw. Got Lost schrieb: So verliert man sich gerne in den wundersamen Lachenmann-Tiefen.« (Johann Jahn, BR Klassik, 20. Februar 2018)
Moon-pain by Klaus Ib Jørgensen( )

6 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 292 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Roaring Rotterdam ; Harmony of the spheres, part 1 ; Magnificat by Joep Franssens( )

2 editions published in 2007 in Latin and held by 290 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A fall from the perfect ground by Ensemble Alternance( )

3 editions published in 2008 in Spanish and held by 289 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Grammont sélection( )

3 editions published in 2009 in German and held by 279 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

For Grilly ; Lied ; Lumen ; Ash ; Arpege ; L'utima sera by Franco Donatoni( )

2 editions published in 1993 in Italian and held by 275 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le banquier anarchiste : fiction by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

33 editions published between 1982 and 2021 in 3 languages and held by 233 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ecrit en 1922, Le banquier anarchiste est le seul récit que Pessoa publia aussitôt en revue, témoignage de l'importance qu'il accordait à ce texte. Sous la forme d'un dialogue socratique, c'est d'abord un pamphlet, d'un humour aussi glacé que ravageur, contre tous les tartuffes, belles âmes "révolutionnaires" et autres intellectuels donneurs de leçons
The education of the stoic : the only manuscript of the Baron of Teive by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

30 editions published between 1999 and 2018 in Portuguese and English and held by 221 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Portuguese author Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935) was a multitude of writers: his works were composed by "heteronyms," alter egos with distinct biographies, ideologies, influences, even horoscopes. The Education of the Stoic is the only work left by the Baron of Teive, who having destroyed all his previous attempts at literary creation, and about to destroy himself, explains "the impossibility of producing superior art." The baron's manuscript is found in a hotel room drawer, not unlike editor and translator Richard Zenith's own discovery, while conducting research in the Pessoa archives, of a small black notebook whose contents had never been transcribed. In it he found the missing pieces of this short but trenchant complement to Pessoa's major prose work, The Book of Disquiet. Pessoa himself noted that despite their dialectical differences, the middle-class author of The Book of Disquiet (assistant bookkeeper Bernardo Soares) and the aristocrat Teive, "are two instances of the very same phenomenon--an inability to adapt to real life."
Ode maritime by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

42 editions published between 1945 and 2019 in 6 languages and held by 212 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Poemas de Alberto Caeiro : seguidos de Fernando Pessoa e os seus heterónimos, em textos seleccionados do poeta, incidindo em especial sobre A. Caeiro by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

71 editions published between 1946 and 2015 in 7 languages and held by 202 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The poems of Alberto Caeiro, Fernando Pessoa's first great heteronym
Poemas de Álvaro de Campos by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

60 editions published between 1944 and 2020 in 4 languages and held by 170 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Antinoüs by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

23 editions published between 1918 and 2020 in 4 languages and held by 169 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Páginas de estética e de teoría e crítica literárias by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

30 editions published between 1950 and 1994 in 6 languages and held by 151 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le Livre de l'intranquillité de Bernardo Soares by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

42 editions published between 1982 and 2011 in 5 languages and held by 150 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

O livro é composto por uma colecção de fragmentos de texto em prosa, tipo diário. É, sobretudo, uma descrição de uma paisagein interior, um relatório do estado de espírito do autor
Poesia by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

22 editions published between 1942 and 1989 in Portuguese and held by 133 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Obra poética by Fernando Pessoa( Book )

54 editions published between 1960 and 2007 in 5 languages and held by 131 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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WorldCat IdentitiesRelated Identities
The education of the stoic : the only manuscript of the Baron of Teive
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The songs of António BottoThe book of disquietO banqueiro anarquistaThe education of the stoic : the only manuscript of the Baron of TeiveThe book of disquietAdverse genres in Fernando PessoaEmbodying Pessoa : corporeality, gender, sexuality
Alternative Names

controlled identityCaeiro, Alberto, 1888-1935

controlled identityCampos, Alvaro de, 1888-1935

controlled identityGuedes, Vicente, 1888-1935

controlled identityMora, António, 1888-1935

controlled identityReis, Ricardo, 1888-1935

controlled identitySearch, Alexander, 1888-1935

controlled identitySeul de Méluret, Jean, 1888-1935

controlled identitySoares, Bernardo, 1888-1935

Anon Charles Robert

Anon, Charles Robert 1888-1935

Anon, Charles Robert, pseud.

Antunes, Faustino, pseud.

Baldaia, Rafael

Baldaya, Rafael, pseud.

Baldaya Raphael

Barão de Teive

Baron de Teive

Baron van Teive

Baronen av Teive

Caeiro Alberto

Caeiro, Alberto, 1885-1935

Caeiro Alberto (1888-1935)

Caeiro, Alberto, pseud.

Caeiro, Albeto, 1888-1935

Caeiro Da Silva, Alberto 1888-1935

Campos Álvaro de

Campos, Álvaro de 1888-1935

Campos, Álvaro de, pseud.

Campos, Alvaros de, 1888-1935

Campos Pessoa, Fernando A. de 1888-1935

Corgo, Luís António, 1888-1935

Corgo, Luís António, pseud.

Cravaeiro, João, 1888-1935

Craveiro, João, pseud.

Crosse A.A.

Crosse, A.A. 1888-1935

Crosse Thomas

Crosse, Thomas 1888-1935

Crosse, Thomas, pseud.

De Campos, Álvaro

De Campos, Álvaro 1888-1935

De Seabra Pessoa Fernando António Nogueira

De Seabra Pessôa, Fernando António Nogueira, 1888-1935

Dr. Pancrácio, 1888-1935

Dr. Pancrácio, pseud.

Faber, Horace James, 1888-1935

Faber, Horace James, pseud.

Ferdinandus Pessoa

Fernando Pessoa écrivain et poète portugais

Fernando Pessoa escritor portugués

Fernando Pessoa pisarz portugalski

Fernando Pessoa poeta portuges

Fernando Pessoa poeta português

Fernando Pessoa poeta, scrittore e aforista portoghese

Fernando Pessoa Portekizli şair, ressam

Fernando Pessoa portugál költő

Fernando Pessoa portugala poeto

Fernando Pessoa portugalilainen runoilija ja kirjailija

Fernando Pessoa Portugees auteur en dichter

Fernando Pessoa portugiesischer Dichter und Schriftsteller

Fernando Pessoa portugisisk poet

Fernando Pessoa Portuguese poet, writer, and philosopher (1888–1935)

Fernandu Pesoa portugāļu rakstnieks

Ferreira, Fernando P. 1888-1935

Guedes Vicente

Guedes, Vicente 1888-1935

Guedes, Vicente, pseud.

Guedes Vincente

José, Maria

Kampušs, Ālvaru de, 1888-1935

Lança, Eduardo, 1888-1935

Lança, Eduardo, pseud.

Méluret Jean Seul de

Mora, António.

Mora Antonio (1888-1935)

Mora, António, pseud.

Mora , Antonio <pseudonimo di Pessoa>

Nogueira de Scabra Pessoa Fernando António

Nogueira de Seabra Pessoa, Fernando A.

Nogueira de Seabra Pessoa, Fernando António

Nogueira de Seabra Pessôa, Fernando António, 1888-1935

Nogueira Pessoa F. A. 1888-1935

Nogueira Pessoa, Fernando A.

Nogueira Pessoa, Fernando A. 1888-1935

Nogueira Pessoa Fernando António

Nogueira Pessoa, Fernando António, 1888-1935

Otto, Carlos, 1888-1935

Otto, Carlos, pseud.

Pachecho, C., 1888-1935

Pacheco A.

Pacheco, A. 1888-1935

Pacheco C.

Pacheco, C. 1888-1935

Pacheco, C. (Coelho) 1888-1935

Pacheco, C., pseud.

Pantaleão 1888-1935

Pantaleão, pseud.

Pantalećo

Peisuo'a, Fei'ernanduo 1888-1935

Pesoa, Fernandu, 1888-1935

Pessoa

Pessoa 1888-1935

Pessoa F. A. N. 1888-1935

Pessoa, Ferdinand, 1888-1935

Pessoa, Fernando

Pessoa, Fernando A.

Pessoa, Fernando A. 1888-1935

Pessoa, Fernando António, 1888-1935

Pessoa Fernando António Nogueira

Pessoa, Fernando António Nogueira, 1888-1935

Pessoa Fernando António Nogueira de Scabra

Pessoa Fernando António Nogueira de Seabra

Pessoa, Fernando António Nogueira de Seabra, 1888-1935

Pessoa Ferreira, Fernando

Pessoa Ferreira, Fernando 1888-1935

Pessoa, Phernanto, 1888-1935

Pip, 1888-1935

Pip, pseud.

Quaresma, Abílio, 1888-1935

Quaresma, Abílio, pseud.

Reis de Campos Pessoa, Fernando A. 1888-1935

Reis, Frederico, 1888-1935

Reis, Frederico, pseud.

Reis Ricardo

Reis Ricardo (1888-1935)

Reis, Ricardo, pseud.

Scabra Pessoa Fernando António Nogueira de

Seabra Pessoa Fernando António Nogueira de

Seabra Pessôa, Fernando António Nogueira de, 1888-1935

Seabra Pessoa, Fernando António Nogueria de, 1888-1935

Search Alexander

Search, Alexander 1888-1935

Search, Alexander, pseud.

Search Allexander

Search Charles

Search, Charles 1888-1935

Seul de Méluret Jean

Seul de Méluret, Jean 1888-1935

Seul Jean

Seul, Jean 1888-1935

Seul, Jean, pseud.

Soares, Bernando

Soares, Bernando, 1888-1935

Soares Bernardo

Soares, Bernardo 1888-1935

Soares, Bernardo, pseud.

Teive 1888-1935

Teive Barão 1888-1935

Teive , Barao : de

Teive Barão de 1888-1935

Teive, Barão de, pseud.

Teive Barćo

Teive Barćo de

Teive Baron

Teive, baron de, 1888-1935

Teive Baron von 1888-1935

Teive, ... de 1888-1935

Teive, ... von Baron 1888-1935

Um Irregular do Transepto, pseud.

Um Sonhador Nostálgico do Abatimento e da Decadência, pseud.

Καέιρο Αλμπέρτο (1888-1935)

Καέιρου Αλμπέρτου (1888-1935)

Μόρα Αντόνιο (1888-1935)

Νουγκέιρα ντέ Σεάμπρα Πεσόα Φερνάντου Aντόνιου (1888-1935)

Πεσόα Φερνάντο (1888-1935)

Πεσσοα, Φερναντο, 1888-1935

Ρέις Ρικάρντο (1888-1935)

Ρέις Ρικάρντου (1888-1935)

Σεΐλ ντε Μελιρέ Ζαν (1888-1935)

Φερνάντο Πεσσόα

Песоа, Фернанду

Пессоа Ф. 1888-1935

Пессоа, Фернандо, 1888-1935

Пессоа Фернанду

Рейс, Рикардо, pseud.

Фернандо Песоа

Фернандо Пессоа португальский поэт, прозаик, драматург

Фернанду Песоа

Фернанду Пессоа

Фэрнанду Пэсоа

Ֆերնանտո Բեսոա

פסואה, פרננדו, 1888-1935

פרננדו פסואה

فرناندو بيسوا

فرناندو بيسوا، 1888-1935

فرناندو پسوآ شاعر پرتغالی

فرنینڈو پیسوا

ഫെർണാൻഡൊ പെസൊഅ

노게이라 페소아, 페르난두 안토니오 1888-1935

레이스, 리카르두 1888-1935

카에이로, 알베르토 1888-1935

카에이루, 알베르투 1888-1935

캄포스, 알바루 데 1888-1935

페르난두 페소아

페소아, 페르난도 1888-1935

페소아, 페르난두 1888-1935

페소아, 페르난두 안토니오 노게이라 1888-1935

ソアレス, ベルナルド

フェルナンド・ペソア

ペソア, フェルナンド

佩索阿, 费尔南多 1888-1935

佩索阿费尔南多 1888-1935

費爾南多·佩索亞

費爾南多·佩索亞 葡萄牙作家

费尔南多·佩索阿

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