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Bom-senso e bom-gosto has 15 ratings and 1 review. Nightingale_jt said: It’s a letter Antero de Quental wrote to Feliciano de Castilho, defending the fre. 23 set. Anthero do Quental dirigiu ao sr. A. F. de Castilho. Author: Manuel Pinheiro Chagas. Bom senso e bom gosto, folhetim a proposito by Manuel. Title: Bom-senso e bom-gosto – carta ao excelentissimo senhor Antonio Feliciano de Castilho Author: Quental, Antero Tarquínio de,

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On the other hand, few poets who have chiefly devoted themselves to this form have produced so large a proportion of really exquisite work. The important fact in my life during those years, and probably the most decisive one, was the sort of intellectual and moral revolution that took place qntero myself, as I left a poor child, pulled away from an almost patriarchal living of a remote province immersed in its placid historical slumber, sensso the middle of the irrespective intellectual agitation of an urban center, where the newly found currents of the modern spirit would come more or less to recuperate.

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He then traveled, engaged in political and socialist agitation, and found his way through a series of disappointments to a mild pessimism. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. As all my Catholic and traditional upbringing swept away instantly, I fell into a state of doubt and uncertainty, as ever the more pungent as I, a naturally religious spirit, had been born to believe placidly and obey without effort to an unknown rule.


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His time in Vila do Conde was considered by the author the best of his life. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. His melancholy was increased by a spinal disease, which after several years fe retirement from the world, eventually drove him to suicide in his native island. He had learned much, and half-learned more, which he was unable to assimilate, and his mind became a chaos of conflicting ideas, settling down w a condition of gloomy negation, save for the one conviction of the vanity of existence, which ultimately destroyed him.

To Carolina Michaelis de Vasconcelos, a friend, he wrote of his need to end his poetry and begin a philosophical phase in his writing, to develop and synthesize his philosophy, [1] adding:. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. His principal defect is monotony: Inhe inherited a sizable amount of money, which allowed him to live reasonably.

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I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Trivia About Bom-senso e bom-g I found myself without direction, a terrible state of mind, shared more or less by all those of my generation, the first one in Portugal to ever leave the old road of tradition with decision and awareness.


AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. In Memoriam Oporto, He began to write poetry at an early age, chiefly, though not entirely, gostoo himself to the sonnet.

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Bom-senso e bom-gosto by Antero de Quental

This work has been previously published and carefully edited by humans to be read digitally on your eReader. Francisco Batista marked it as to-read Jun 21, Inhe adopted the two daughters of his friend, Germano Meireles, who died in He began to write poetry at an early age, chiefly, though not entirely, devoting himself to the sonnet.

His mother raised him in such fashion that his upbringing would have an enduring impact in all his mystical reflections, even when they drifted apart from an assumed religious perspective. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

While in Coimbra, he founded the Sociedade do Raio, which pretended to promote literature to the masses, but which launched blasphemous challenges to religion.