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In Oporto, he recorded poems for an album by the publisher Orfeu, of Arnaldo Trindade. He published volume Xontos of Diary, beginning a monumental and very unique work in intimate tone sixteen volumes as a whole would be published.

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He was the first author to be granted the most important literary award of Portuguese language. Pages de journaltranslated by Claire Cayron. He returned to S.

He published volume X do Diary. Adolfo Rocha returned from Brazil. He also printed the novella O Senhor Ventura. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle?

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If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller mlguel However, he questioned, wary of the direction of the winds of change: Diary XVI, despite the homages, the year was marked by a painful event: Get to Know Us. He published the novella A Terceira Voz. The text was reproduced in volume XIV of Diary.


I cling to the certainty that I tried to the limit of my strength, not seduced by the nod of any applause, but in passionate anxiety, almost somatic, that they were an expressive emergency, modest but authentic, from the matrix plasma of the motherland. Coimbra, October 9th Meeting and long conversation alone with the first head of State of one of our former African possessions.

He published volume XII of Diary. Miguel Torga gave a conference on the occasion, then published in a print brochure by the University, which the author would include in volume X of Diary.

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Given the economic impossibility of that suggestion, the father pondered two possibilities: On December 26th, during the commemorations of the fifty years of literary life of Miguel Torga, a session was held to honour the author, in Hall Two of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

He was honoured at Goethe Institut in Coimbra November 23rd. The teacher advised his father to send the son to study in high school. Retracted, entering an official hall, and after flying by helicopter in a Portuguese autumn sky, we were like the exiguous and somewhat transcendent image of two nations in dialogue, one old, completed, projected, the other younger, in process, more political reality than homeland space. This was an important meeting held within the commemoration of the IV centenary of the foundation of the city of S.


Lisbon, March 19th […] I always exposed myself in storefronts shyly, as a contrived culprit, almost apologising to occasional readers for my boldness. And I disappointed him: But days ago we noticed this simple thing: He published volume VII of Diary.

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He opened a practice in a floor of Largo da Portagem, n. He began elementary school in Escola de S. He published his third poetry book, Tributo [Tribute]. He keeps recording in his Diary the marking events of the democratic regime recently established: