Selected poems (Edinburgh bilingual library) Hardcover – 1972
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This edition presents a wide collection of poems translated from the original Portuguese, where each poem is characterized by its unique vision and style, depending on which pseudonym the poet conceals himself (i.e., Alberto Caeiro, Ricardo Reis, Alvaro de Campos - or his real person). Pessoa's whole opus must be viewed in the perspective of the fight between the two principles of the human soul: the introvert, dominant in him, and the extrovert, which cannot be suppressed.
A memorable collection of tremendous sensuous force.
"What do I know of what I shall be, I who don't know who I am? Be whatever I think? But I think so many things!" - The Tobacconist's
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Fell in love with Pessoa's writing after a trip in Portugal. Just feeling the same thing when reading this book!Published 10 months ago by m@rtine