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And I spent the afternoon with iron and shovel in hand planting them. And this was, in fifty years of exile in the homeland, the greatest civic consolation that I had. Four hours closed in a chamber of silence reading texts with the woeful sensation of making a posthumous record as one dictating his will.

He published volume XVI of Diary, a touching testimony and impressive reflexion by the poet facing disease yorga the approximation of death.

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He sent a message to be read in the 1st meeting of the International Parliament of Writers, held in Lisbon, in late September. He moved within the city of Coimbra, definitively establishing himself in Rua Fernando Pessoa, n.

In the intervals, being a full-time citizen, with a taxed job and civic duties undertaken, and a rebel poet, wary of his creative freedom, in tumultuous times, of wars, political tyranny, concentration camps, terrorism, atomic bombs and other scourges […] Diary XV, on June 2nd, he was awarded the distinction of Official of the Order of Arts and Letters of the French Republic.

More sun, more hygiene, less grammar and less spanking. Miguel Torga founded, with critic Albano Nogueira, the magazine Manifesto. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Lisbon, March 10th […] It is my long held conviction that universal culture must be a sum of all national cultures.


The meeting between Sophia and Torga was crucial for the former; subsequent to it, Sophia sent 12 poems to the author of O Outro Livro de Job. Martinho de Anta, Adolfo Rocha went to study at the Lamego seminary, where he spent one year only.

He travelled to Mexico, with father Valentim Marques. Empty-handed, may no one ask for justice, divine comfort, education or health. Actual fishermen as fictional fishermen. He published volume I of Diary, beginning a monumental and very unique work in intimate tone sixteen volumes as a whole would be published. The old bourgeois world, shaken in its structures, struggled in the cusp of agony, while overseas the first signs arose of another human adventure, and it languished in its macerating subjectivism.

Learn more about Amazon Prime. It was naive and tumultuous. Life does not fit into a speech, as sincere and thought as it can be. This magazine represented his last intervention in a collective project. In late August, he travelled by car to Germany and Italy.

I cling to the certainty that I tried to the limit of my strength, not seduced by the nod of any applause, but in passionate anxiety, almost somatic, that they were an expressive emergency, modest but authentic, from contso matrix plasma ttorga the motherland.

Novos Contos DA Montanha : Miguel Torga :

But in the surrounding yard there were no mimosas of my childhood. Indian, which is religious oppression; Spanish, which is historic oppression, and American, which is economic oppression. As soon as I entered the room and sat, a journalist approached me requesting a word for his newspaper. Fifty years later, he noted in Diary XV: He published volume XV of Diary. Torga attended the show on April 28th.

Brussels, June 6th […] Solidary but autonomous, the poet is a rebel that knows that poetry subverts only because it transfigures, and that will always be his vanguardism.


If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? But while the body developed in size — every day I had the impression that I did not fit into my clothes —, the sol thrived in bitterness only. Singing in fashion, a poet dressed as a bard is no less tragic than a poet dressed as a servant. He printed the theatre work Terra Firme [Firm Land].

Once it is done, it spiritually disconnects its author from the yoke of routine that bids him, committing him publicly with subversion, solidary with other rebels, and moving passivity, the twin sister of connivance.

Ultimately, not even freedom is free.

On September 7th he was honoured by the government of Brazil, in a ceremony held in the Embassy of Brazil in Lisbon. Martinho de Anta and moved to Vila Nova, a borough of the municipality of Miranda do Corvo, in the district of Coimbra, where he worked as a general practitioner.

Marseilles, December 25th […] Travelling, in a deep sense, is dying. On October 29th, during the meeting of the 55th anniversary of graduation, he addresses his colleagues in a brief and lucid farewell speech.

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These works were not republished. He published volume VII of Diary. Which makes the nod of freedom, and what anguish comes with the risk of losing it!