Free Walking Tour Lisbon - The Secrets Places

September 15, 2017  |  4 Comments | 
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There will be a Lisbon of Fernando Pessoa as there is a Prague Kafka, a Dublin Joyce or Trieste Svevo?
 
Lisbon as a city with its streets, squares, cafes, places where held, as an ever unchanging theater, the human adventure of the historic character Fernando Pessoa did not leave his footprints, or just left them in transfiguration provincial.
 
But what, then, is Lisbon emerging from the entire work of Fernando Pessoa?
 
The Lisbon of childhood. The first scenario was Largo de São Carlos to Chiado, the commercial center of the city. The Lisbon social center where Fernando Pessoa was born on June 13, 1888, St. Anthony's day, which is not the patron saint of Lisbon, but Saint Vincent. It was born on a fourth floor of an old building, in front of the richest and most elegant theater in the city, the São Carlos Theater that offered the Portuguese capital the own chandelier of an opera house.
 

The very living Pessoa and the upper class of Lisbon...

 
The memory of those years is therefore connoted by the very interaction of a theatrical representation of high society Lisbon, but also a provincial vision where not lack the luxury escorts who turned this living in Lisbon, a burlesque scene.
 
The infant universe of Largo de São Carlos is bordered by the Tagus river you could see the house windows:
 
It was in the old house quiet by the river ...
The windows of my room, and those of the dining-house too,
They came, over a few low houses, to the nearby river,
To the Tagus ...
 
The socializing in Lisbon Chiado zone is cut by his father's death and the resulting financial difficulties. The family moved to Rua de São Marçal 104, one of those typical and steep Lisbon sidewalks that give the city such an archaic and familiar character, also of this smaller floor and its narrower windows, one sees the Tagus, but one Distant yew. On foot, there is the popular and noisy Plaza das Flores, with taverns and shops of charcoal and scrap collectors.
 
After passing through frica and its return, the poet moved house at least 15 times.
 
But did Fernando Pessoa live in these houses? Your life is entirely mental and unfolds within their characters, whether in Your living in Lisbon, in cafes, taverns or being to observe a more hidden city where the living is done differently, often escaping to solitude. The street women who today can even be luxury escorts, were seen as the garbage of the city, but often served as support and comfort to the lonely and the sailors of this Lisbon facing the river, smelling the tide.
 
"As a child I had the tendency to create in my around a fictional world surround myself with friends and acquaintances who never existed ..."
 

Your Traffic areas and living in Lisbon


The Lisbon area in which Pessoa moves and thinks is Baixa, the city center by the river that had been completely destroyed by the earthquake of 1755, the heart of Lisbon had been rebuilt by the Enlightenment Marquis of Pombal, who instead of narrow streets and of houses heaped up, opened wide streets that intersect geometrically.
 
In this area, three major arteries, the Augusta Street, the Gold and Silver Street Street bind the imposing square of Terreiro Palace with the most central Rossio square.
 
Pessoa in your living in Lisbon attended this shopping district where, next to the department stores, some missing with the great fire of Chiado 1988 offices and maritime agencies, there were the s coffee that happily invaded the rides with their tables. It is in these cafes that person comes to socializing with great figures of the time, the Portuguese culture. Of note are the two "Brasileiras", Chiado and Rossio. And the "Café Martinho", in Largo do Regedor.
 
The Portuguese Modernism, much of it invention of Fernando Pessoa, born in these cafes, there is Orpheu that although the wording has been in the Brazilian Bookstore Gold Street, was planned, discussed and carried to the table these Baixa cafes.
 
Oh blue sky the same as my childhood,
Eternal empty and perfect truth!
O soft Tejo ancestral and dumb,
Little truth where the sky is reflected!
O regretted regret, Lisbon, of yesterday!
You give me nothing, you take nothing from me, you are nothing that I feel.
 
If there is, as there is a popular Gil Vicente Lisbon a Lisbon bohemian Bocage a Lisbon fin de siécle lamps and gas Cesário Verde, we can also say that there is a Lisbon of Fernando Pessoa. The Lisbon liberty of the cafes of downtown, with their gatherings,  the elegant and cosmopolitan Lisbon Chiado and Largo de São Carlos which borders on the laborious and picturesque Lisbon of the neighborhoods.
 
"For the traveler who arrives by sea, Lisbon, seen from afar, rises like a beautiful vision of dream, standing out against the bright blue of the sky, which the sun animates. And the domes, the monuments, the old castle rise above the mass of houses, as far heralds of this delightful place, this blessed region. " 

The socializing in Lisbon to Fernando Pessoa's eyes


The Lisbon socializing of Fernando Pessoa is, above all, a city rebuilt within a literary work. It would be independent of the exterior Lisbon, where the same work was written. It's a temporal Lisbon full landmarks of his time, very different from the city we see today is very different from the tourist town that we want to see, with all the singularities and fascination of a city where the nightly, evolved places of emotion abound, often ending with the symbolism of a luxury companion! ... who, despite his appearance, was a port safe.
 
The Lisbon that Pessoa saw. Literary cafes, streets with cries, the noisy Rossio voices, the Low of representations of offices, the central market in Praça da Figueira, the east situated in the axis of Avenida Almirante Reis and electric cars pa ra all cardinal points is a timeless Lisbon who inhabits his work and who was born from here. He transcended all this, but it would have been impossible in any other city.
 
Those who love are different from who they are.
It's the same person with no one.
 
References:
http://casafernandopessoa.cm-lisboa.pt/
Fernando Pessoa the editor, the writer and his readers
Fernando Pessoa what the tourist should see
Lisbon in Pessoa - Touristic and literary guide of the Portuguese capital
Fernando Pessoa
Pessoa Archive
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Free Walking Tour Lisbon - The Secrets Places

LandNunes

LandNunes

Fernando Pessoa é um dos poetas mais conhecidos fora de Portugal e que nenhum outro autor português tem no Brasil a presença e a importância dele. É um dos poetas mais conhecidos fora de Portugal porque ele tem uma poesia extremamente sedutora e isso o torna um poeta diferente de quase todos os outros. Ele expressa sofrimento, dor, alegria, esperança em cada um dos seus heterónimos. Há muito o que se falar de Fernando Pessoa.

NMS

NMS

É um dos maiores nomes da poesia nacional. E se é certo que há muito não está entre nós, isso não nos impede de percorrer os lugares onde escreveu, passar uma noite onde viveu ou visitar os espaços onde trabalhou. É uma experiência à descoberta da Lisboa de Fernando Pessoa, que viu nascer e morrer o poeta.

Manuel

Manuel

Já fiz o roteiro do Fernando Pessoa. Adorei.
Há diversos objectos do escritor, como os famosos óculos.
A máquina de escrever também está na casa, em frente ao quarto do poeta mas no entanto o quarto é bem escuro, o que me parece que retrata bem a visão melancólica que o poeta tinha.
Sem falar nas paredes brancas do museu. Apesar disso há várias frases e mapas astrológicos projetadas na parede com tinta colorida. Recomendo

PowerTicker

PowerTicker

Há uma grande ironia no facto de Fernando Pessoa ter escrito um roteiro de viagem. O poeta não gostava de viajar. Viajou muito pouco, salvo algumas idas e vindas a cidades vizinhas e em situações em que foi obrigado, como no período em que viveu com a família em Durban, na África do Sul. Por outro lado, o fato de não viajar fez o escritor português manter uma relação muito íntima com sua própria cidade, que foi descrita por ele de forma bastante poética em obras como O Livro do Desassossego, um de seus textos mais lidos em todo o mundo.

---pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Livro_do_Desassossego

------planonacionaldeleitura.gov.pt/clubedeleituras/upload/e_livros/clle000022.pdf

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