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He fractured himself into three primary heteronyms: Alberto Caeiro, Ricardo Reis, and Alvaro de Campos. All the Bright Places On a July afternoon in 1972, two masked men waving guns abducted forty-nine-year-old Virginia Piper from the garden of her lakeside home in Orono, Minnesota.The intensely private couple lived through a media firestorm. Author exposes Religion as a form of Mafia that controls people through fear, by promising protection from Gods wrath.It is an essential introduction to the work of one of the most original European poets of the twentieth century.
A centenary Pessoa (Book, 1995) [WorldCat.org]
If I could crunch up the whole earth24. A Centenary Pessoa, a treat for committed Pessoans, is also a rich introduction for those curious about his oeuvre. This collection of the work of Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935) answers that question.
A Centenary Pessoa - Exact Editions
It is sometimes said that the four greatest Portuguese poets of modern times are Fernando Pessoa. Pessoa during his lifetime published in small circulation journals and left, at his death, a trunk of over 25,000 pieces and fragments. The mystery of things, where is it?
A centenary Pessoa | 東京外国語大学附属図書館OPAC
Show book The first in the new Counterpoints series, Think Little is an evergreen, ever-urgent, and now pocket-sized argument for focused and inclusive climate change activism The author offers a unique look at religious beliefs, massacres and wars, the fear tactics, ruthless methods and brainwashing techniques that religious leaders use to promote their fantasies and control people psychologically and financially.In a no-holds-barred manner, he exposes the corruption of this immense business that is religion, and documents the conflicts between religions and their century-long battles for supremacy. UK and Commonwealth Branch About this Item: Carcanet Press Ltd, United Kingdom, 2006.Pessoa devastates ready-made oppositions of self and other, personal and impersonal, surrender and expulsion, artifice and art. The Year the Swallows Came Early It teaches the insanity of the Crusades, the horrors of the Inquisition, the in-fighting between popes and the appointment and deposition of popes by kings, governments and cardinals.Although my personality dictates that it is very difficult for me to fully enjoy this seemingly jumbled collection of what I may term as Pessoanism, I have to say that it serves well as an introduction of sorts to the poet, putting some of his texts together (verses and proses) and suggesting context to them, including commentaries, altogether creating a bust-like impression of an artist who is very elusive and whose works are bewilderingly diffuse... Pricing and Profitability Management The Tagus is more beautiful.This book describes all Councils of the Catholic Church, all of the 265 Popes and 37 Antipopes, the activities and depravity of many of them and the schism in the Catholic Church in the 14th and 15th centuries, when there were three Popes at the same time.