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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Tedium is not a sickness brought on by the boredom of having nothing to do, but the worse sickness of feeling that nothing is worth doing.
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Libro Del Desasosiego by Fernando Pessoa (Hardcover)
It comes recommended to those looking to expand their knowledge of this period of literary history, as well as fans of ligro bizarro and gonzo fiction. 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.
I hate it when this happens. If he does, then you would not be disappointed.
Libro del desasosiego
Lists with This Book. This might not be such a big deal. What the fcuk is that?
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. But, in this case, I’m just sick of being beat up. What is the reason for this difference in page number? I kind of pride myself on my reading stamina. And oh boy, if you only have the courage to befriend an old man and ignore your personal bias about having a friend a lot older or younger than you, it would have been an exhilarating experience.
I once even flirted briefly with the idea of creating a fake diary, or set of diary entries which I would ascribe to an imaginary person living within the bounds of an imaginary world somewhere else. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Libro del desasosiego by Fernando Pessoa (2 star ratings)
You don’t get the kind of praise many of my Goodreads friends heaped upon his work by being a bad writer. Not that this thought isn’t relatable, it’s just that I don’t need pages worth of repetitions to get it. For me The Book of Disquiet ‘s author was too presumptuous by an order of magnitude. I am reluctant to describe it as Existentialism, because of the apparent lack deszsosiego Humanism.
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The onanist may be an abject creature but in truth he is the logical expression of the lover. See comment 2 in the thread. To suffer without suffering, to want without desire, to think without reason. The wise shirk the disquiet Of other men’s existence, And defy successive tragedies With consummate indifference. Regardless, the fact that this issue occurred at all points rel another cause of my frustration.
Perhaps Johnny Marr could put it to music! Lemming a book is not my standard mode at all. There’s a degree of inconstancy in thought and personality which bears an examination. Textual Personae I am nevertheless equally fascinated by the metafictional pretence behind its submission to the reader. To know yourself badly is to think. I keep whole desasosiefo heart, Given over to Unreal destinies. Exactly what the hell is that supposed to mean?
That is my morality or my metaphysics or me myself: Especially when one’s own supposed intellect is the focus of one’s entire attention.
Fernando, it seems, though involving himself directly in the literary scene of Lisbon on a material level, being a local level of editing and publication in small experimental magazines and journals, engaged in the sort of prolific–but quite secret–writing reserved for a Kafka or a Henry Darger. What subjects does Soares ponder as we make our way through this book? He ddesasosiego about dreaming. To suffer without suffering. Update April 6th I’ve at long last got to the end of this one.
I concern myself only with myself.
Its closest fictional parallel is Dostoyevsky’s “Notes from Underground”. Un libro sencillamente genial