By Fernando PessoaFernando Pessoa was once many writers in a single. He attributed his prolific writings to a variety of trade selves, each one of which had a different biography, ideology. and horoscope. while he died in 935, Pessoa left in the back of a trunk choked with unfinished and unpublished writings, between that have been the impressive pages that make up his posthumous masterpiece, The publication of Disquiet, an incredible paintings that, in George Steiner's phrases, "gives to Lisbon the haunting spell of Joyce's Dublin or Kafka's Prague."
Published for the 1st time a few fifty years after his dying, this exact number of brief, aphoristic paragraphs includes the "autobiography" of Bernardo Soares, certainly one of Pessoa's trade selves. half intimate diary, half prose poetry, half descriptive narrative, captivatingly translated via Richard Zenith, The booklet of Disquiet is without doubt one of the maximum works of the 20 th century.