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By Fernando Pessoa

This choice of the paintings of Portuguese writer Fernando Pessoa (1888–1935) is an important creation to the paintings of 1 of the main unique ecu poets of the 20 th century. It contains translations of a vast collection of his poems and his impressive prose, in addition to a few of his unique English writings. a huge introductory essay by way of Octavio Paz, a serious anthology, posthumous "interviews," and archived illustrations also are integrated, revealing the realm of Pessoa in all its richness.

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My Lisbon backyard is at the same time in Lisbon, in Portugal and in Europe. the great regionalist loves it since it is in Europe. but if i am getting to this sort of regionalism i'm already a Portuguese and am now not puzzling over my backyard. (All this can be no much less real as a result of indisputable fact that my backyard is solely metaphorical. God or even the universe also are metaphors. ) [12] And if I have been to invite you to sum up, in a single of your well-known paradoxical syntheses, what it really is to be a Portuguese at the present time in Europe, what might you are saying? To be a Portuguese, within the right experience of the be aware, is to be eu with out the discourtesy of nationality. [13] the nice Discoveries are – as they are going to be primarily in 1992 and the subsequent years – one of many nice subject matters of the day, specifically in Spain and Portugal. to take advantage of the satisfied formulation of our mutual good friend Eduardo Lourenço, who's additionally the following, the Discoveries are ‘this type of identification card that each Portuguese consists of within the within pocket of his soul’. Weighing his phrases conscientiously (which used to be no longer his habit), Álvaro de Campos as soon as wrote that the actually nice act within the heritage of Portugal, ‘that lengthy, cautious, clinical time of the Discoveries’, was once ‘the nice cosmopolitan act of History’. Don’t you discover bit overstated? i've got had adequate of the lengthy injustice performed us by way of the entire histories of Europe, and i'm bored to death with it. [14] Our Discoveries are a piece whose distinct which means has now not but been grasped by means of modern sociological instinct, partially simply because sociology doesn't but exist, and in part simply because what does exist of it's been produced through the Jesuitical bias of the French, by way of the gross loss of ancient instinct of the Germans and through the insular lack of understanding of the English. [15] What constitutes the worth of the Discoveries of the Portuguese isn't the Discoveries in themselves, however the procedure. Portugal was once the 1st to systematize the invention and revelation of the area. Sociologically the Discoveries (of the Spanish, the French, the English or someone else) are for that reason all Portuguese. traditionally they're what they're, yet background is not anything however the shop of proof or pseudo-facts on which sociology works. [16] And what in regards to the nice navigators who weren't Portuguese – Columbus (the Galician, as you referred to as him) and the Englishman Cabot, for instance. you could ignore Columbus and Cabot. Columbus is sociologically Portuguese, as the Discoveries have been a Portuguese initiative, similar to their clinical belief and the development of the total as a truth of civilization, and consequently every person who has contributed to them has for that very cause turn into Portuguese. [17] the only you recognize so much of all is Prince Henry the Navigator, in whom you observed, in Mensagem, ‘The merely emperor who holds, in truth/The world’s globe in his hand. ’ In all of the historical past books, after they discuss the Discoveries, the authors regularly cite or 3 names round which they twist a bad triumphal wreath in honour of the explorers.

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