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The Complete Edition. Margaret Jull Costa. Pessoa invented nlrmerous alter egos. There is nobody like him. The gods must be It1 I trer perr f ect antidote. I Love this strange work of.
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In that same letter, he mentions a third date too: zo August lryo5, the day he left South Africa and returned to Lisbon for good. And perhaps a third loss Ioo, that of his beloved Lisbon.
During the second period, despite hrrowing only Portuguese when he arrived in Durban, Pessoa rap- ttlly became fluent in English and in French. I [e was clearly not the average student. When asked years larer, a lc llow pupil described Pessoa as: 'A little fellow with a big head. He wrrs brilliantly clever but quite mad. What he did was accumulare hundreds 1rlr,t crcl Tbe r rl lmgments in his trunks; he believed that completing it would be ,r Iorrrr of cowardice, of impotence or a "March ofDefeat" a title he Irri t irr lly gave to the poem "The Tobacconist's Shop".
The Book of Disquiet
The Book of Disquiet starred offas a kind of postsymbolist ,li. But more than this fictitious alter ego's tlirrly, it was the portrait of an assistant bookkeeper in Lisbon, a l ortrait that is impossible to separate from the description of the r'ity in which this latter-day Bartleby lives. Among the clientele of such 1,1,r, ,'r, wlricl-r are rarely busy except on Sundays, one is as likely to t llr r rilnI. I would dine at around seven each night and, aslr,rnr'c would have it, I was almost always there at the same time as ,rrr lrrrrticular man.
At first, I took little notice of him, but as time p,l'.
Not even the suffering apparent lrr lris pale, unremarkable features lent them any interest, nor was ir r',rsy to pinpoint the origin of that suffering. It could have been. I Ic always ate sparingly and, afterwards, he would smoke aciga- r t'ttc rolled from cheap tobacco. I lt: did not scrutinize them as though wanting to fix in his memory r lrcir faces or any outward evidence oftheir personalities; rather he wls simply intrigued by them.
And it was this odd trait of his that li st aroused my curiosity. I can the semi-heteronym Bernardo Soares an assistant be neither nothing nor everything: I,m just the bridgr bookkeeper.
Fernando Pessoa-The Book of Disquiet
An "autobiography" or. And I am neither strong nor nobLr are manuscript facsimiles of Pessoa, s original pages and nor great. I suffer and I dream. My desire for perfection the works of Eca de Queiros and. Related Papers.
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