The Book of Disquiet

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When Fernando Pessoa died in 1935 he left behind a trunk containing over 25,000 items a vast collection of poems, fragments, letters, journals. These pieces were ascribed to a variety of writers - the heteronyms or assumed identities Pessoa had created over the course of his extravagant written life. Attributed to the heteronym Bernado Soares, THE BOOK OF DISQUIET is perhaps best described as an 'anti-literature'. Written in exquisite, painful detail, this is a collection of fragments, an 'autobiography of one who never ...

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Daniel G

Jun 25, 2015

Pessoa...the Predecessor of Eckhart Tolle

Fernando Pessoa put all his thoughts down about his view of his life in Portugal...and they're just as relevant today as they were years ago...no matter where you live in the world.You're in this book!...Read it!

DorDav

May 13, 2010

Quiet Read

This book offers the reader some avenues for thought and quiet moments.

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