Suave es Vivir Solo

«El poeta es un fingidor.
Finge tan completamente
que hasta finge que es dolor
el dolor que en verdad siente.»

La colección «Poesía Portátil» reúne en Suave es vivir solo una muestra de los versos más rompedores de Fernando Pessoa, creador de una obra dominada por el vanguardismo y las  identidades múltiples.

Fernando Pessoa es considerado, junto con Luis de Camões, el poeta más  importante en lengua portuguesa y uno de los más reconocidos de la  literatura universal. Álvaro de Campos, Ricardo Reis y Alberto Caeiro  son algunos de sus heterónimos, verdaderas personalidades poéticas con  estilo propio, personajes completos, con biografías propias y estilos  literarios dispares. Se convirtieron así en máscaras del propio  escritor, en las que se despersonalizó para dar forma, a través de sus  múltiples voces, a la amplitud y complejidad de sus pensamientos, conocimientos, y percepciones de la vida y el mundo.

Written by Fernando Pessoa
72 Pages
Published by Literatura Random House, 2019
Paperback
5 x 6 inches


Along with Luis de Camões, Fernando Pessoa is considered the most important poet in the Portuguese language and one of the most renowned in world literature. Álvaro de Campos, Ricardo Reis, and Alberto Caeiro are some of his heteronyms, true poetic personalities: complete characters with their own biographies and disparate literary styles. They thus became masks of the author himself, in which he could depersonalize through his multiple voices to give shape to the breadth and complexity of his thoughts, knowledge, and perceptions of life and death. 




Related Items

FREE SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS. NO CODE NEEDED.

In response to concerns around COVID-19, and in an effort to ensure the health and safety of staff, visitors, and our community, the Gardner Museum is temporarily closed to the public.

During this time, we will continue to regularly ship orders of the Boston's Apollo catalog. If your order contains other merchandise, we will ship it as soon as we can. 

Please follow gardnermuseum.org for additional updates.