Fernando Pessoa: Voices of a Nomadic Soul
This a revised edition of Zbigniew Kotowicz's pioneering essay on the work of Pessoa, who is finally being recognised as one of the great European writers, and one of the great modernist poets of the 20th Century. Published in a uniform format with the rest of the Shearsman Books Pessoa Edition.
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