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They explore the influence on Pessoa's thinking of such writers as Whitman and Shakespeare, as well as his creative dialogues with figures ranging from decadent poets to the dark magician Aleister Crowley, and, finally, some of the ways in which he in turn has influenced others.

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Long acclaimed in continental Europe and Latin America as a towering presence in literary modernism, Pessoa has more recently begun to receive the attention of an English-speaking public. In The Western Canon, critic Harold Bloom included Pessoa as one of just 26 writers responsible for establishing fernando pessoa poemas de amor parameters of western literature.

Mellen Press Lewiston, NY A Little Larger than the Entire Universe: Considered the greatest name in Portuguese poetry since the sixteenth-century poet Vaz de Camoes, Fernando Pessoa has often been described as the quintessential modernist, an artist whose work addresses the principal philosophical, psychological, and spiritual questions of the twentieth century.

As Gabriel Josipovici wrote in his Lessons of Modernism, Pessoa is among the few truly representative poets of our time: Constantin Cavafy, Franz KafkaT. His father, who was a music critic, died when the future poet was five, and a year fernando pessoa poemas de amor his mother married the Portuguese consul to South Africa.

Educated in South Africa, Pessoa excelled in English, winning the Queen Victoria essay prize in competition with nine hundred other students. At the age of fifteen he was composing English sonnets in the style of Shakespeare; these poems were later fernando pessoa poemas de amor and published as Thirty-five Sonnets Returning to Portugal inPessoa briefly attended the University of Lisbon, eventually securing an office job as a commercial translator, an occupation in which he remained for the rest of his life.

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He did continue to write poetry, but it was not until that Pessoa began composing poems in Portuguese.

Around that time he became associated with poets of the saudosismo movement, whose works expressed a longing for Portugal's glorious past.


By Pessoa was well known as a modernist poet and critic in Lisbon, gaining renown as one of the founders of Orpheu and Presenca, highly influential literary journals. Most of Pessoa's poetry published during his lifetime appeared in literary journals and remained uncollected; with the exception of his English poems, only one volume of verse, Mensagemappeared during his life.

At the time of his death Pessoa's work was not widely known outside of Portugal; consequently, his international reputation is almost entirely based on posthumously published works. Two subjects fernando pessoa poemas de amor in Pessoa's poetry: In order to explore these related themes in the most comprehensive manner, he invented a variety of literary alter egos, each with a fernando pessoa poemas de amor world view.

Fernando Pessoa

Pessoa termed these persons heteronyms, in contrast to the usual designation of "pseudonym. In essence, Pessoa tried to consider each aspect of fernando pessoa poemas de amor personality as an independent entity.

In his poetry, this fragmentation of self is evoked by the frequent use of mask symbolism. The recurrence of masks in Pessoa's poetry has also been related to his family name, which derives from the Latin word persona referring to the mask worn by an actor and, by extension, to the role an actor plays.

Acutely aware of the many associations brought forth by his name, the poet occasionally created puns on the word "pessoa," which in Portuguese means both "person" and "nobody.

Pessoa effected this remarkable mind-split not in an effort to accommodate an exuberant personality, but to achieve supreme artifice, ironic distance, and complete depersonalization," fernando pessoa poemas de amor Odile Cisneros in Harvard Review.


Why did Pessoa divide himself in such a way? The excitement engendered by his novel fernando pessoa poemas de amor may be part of the answer, but obviously his own volatile personality created the main pressure," commented David H. He eschews identity for multi-personality, and in the chorus of voices, he admits to none," commented Gregg Miller in the Stranger.

Despite the many difficulties and confusions inherent in balancing and assessing the seventy-two heteronyms and aliases wielded by Pessoa, today the poet "remains as he was during his lifetime: The first heteronym Pessoa created was Alberto Caeiro, whose philosophical views are those of a pagan materialist and fernando pessoa poemas de amor poetic style is free verse.

When writing as Caeiro, Pessoa repudiates all forms of supernaturalism and celebrates a natural existence in which appearances are accepted at face value.