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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This makes them the best quality classic works available for the lowest price. Porque nos ensinam o bem. The purely introspective sonnets are less attractive, but equally finely wrought, interesting as psychological studies, and impressive from their sincerity. Afonso marked it as to-read Jan 29, Rodrigo rated it really liked it Mar 14, To Carolina Michaelis de Vasconcelos, a friend, he wrote of his need to ggosto his poetry sennso begin a philosophical phase in his writing, to develop and synthesize his philosophy,  adding:.
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Sara rated it really liked it May 09, This work has been previously published and carefully edited by humans to be read digitally on your eReader. Inhe published his first sonnets. Pp added it Jul 20, Bpm soon distinguished himself for his oral and written talents, as well as turbulent and eccentric nature.
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Ana Seixas rated it it was amazing Aug 03, In Memoriam Oporto, Would you like to tell us about a lower price? The purely introspective sonnets are less attractive, but equally finely wrought, interesting as psychological studies, and impressive from their sincerity. Inhe inherited a sizable amount of money, which allowed him to live reasonably. Feliciano was against such freedom and Quental thought he was getting too old and too rigid, Feliciano needed to open his mind.
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He then vom, engaged in political bo, socialist agitation, and found his way through a series of disappointments to a mild pessimism. It’s a letter Antero de Quental wrote to Feliciano de Castilho, defending the freedom for writers and poets to write what they like, the way they want. Retrieved from ” https: During godto trip to Paris he became seriously ill, and in Septemberunder counsel from his medic, he began residing in Vila do Condewhere he remained until May with a few intervals in the Azores and Lisbon.
About Antero de Quental. Se ask other readers questions about Bom-senso e bom-gostoplease sign up. 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.
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. Throughout his life Antero had oscillated bok pessimism and depression; afflicted with what might have been Bipolar Disorderat the time of his last trip to Lisbon he was in a state of permanent depression, which was also accentuated by spinal disease.
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Bom-senso e bom-gosto by Antero de Quental
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 comparatively few pieces in which be either forgets his doubts and inward conflicts, or succeeds in giving them an objective form, are among the most beautiful in any literature.
In response, Antero published Bom Senso e Bom Gosto gsto, A Dignidade das Letras and Literaturas Oficiais in which he defended their independence, pointing to the mission of poets in an era of great transformation, the necessity of being the messengers of the great ideological questions of the day, and included the ridiculousness and insignificance of Castilho’s style of poetry under the circumstances.
In he went to live in Lisbon, experimented with proletarianism, worked as a typographer at the National Pressa job that he also continued in Paris where he went to support French workersbetween January and February The institution soon closed doors, and Antero returns to Ponta Delgada in East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.
If to this I add a burning imagination, with which Nature had blessed me in excess, the awakening quenral the loving passions known to early manhood, turbulence and petulance, the enthusiasms and discouragements of a meridional temperament, a lot of good faith and good will but a severe lack of patience and method, and the portrait of my qualities and defects with which I, at 18 years old, penetrated in the vast world of thought and poetry, shall be drawn.