- 147 Pins
Vocabulário Ortográfico Comum da Língua Portuguesa
Zélia Santo, Da Língua, Portuguese Language, Portuguê Como, Santo Zeliam
Vocabulário Ortográfico Comum da Língua Portugu...
Linha Da, April, Abril 1974, Freedom, Linhas Da, 25
Quem foi Vladimir Herzog | #ditadura #politica #Brasil
Ditadura Vladimir, Dinheiro Ems, Caso Herzog, Leia Ems, Ditadura Politica, Herzog Leia, Vladimir Herzog, Ems Are, Quem Foi
OEA vai investigar caso Herzog Leia em http://ocdoabc.com.br/2012/03/30/oea-vai-investigar-caso-herzog/
BOCC - Biblioteca On-line de Ciências da Comunicação
Online De, Biblioteca Online
Viagem pela língua portuguesa - SIC Notícias - SAPO Vídeos
Sic Notícias, Porutguê Pin, Suggestions For, Portuguese Language, Brazilian Portuguese, Portuguë Le, Sapo Vídeos, Pela Língua, Para Aulas
Viagem pela língua portuguesa - SIC Notícias - ...
Ensina — plataforma de conteúdos multimédia: Português…
Ensina, Pela Rtp, Da Rtp, Rtp Ond
Ensina, da RTP - gostei!
Ensina é uma plataforma educativa organizada pela RTP onde se encontram programas do serviço público de rádio e de televisão que podem ser úteis para alunos, professores e pais.
Ensina — plataforma de conteúdos multimédia: Po...
Com o Acordo Ortográfico, escreve-se interregional ou inter-regional?
Interregion Ou, Escreve S Interregion, Escrev S Interregion, Escrev Interregion, Ou Interregion
Aprender português... a falar: Guia de conversação A Portuguese conversation guide Un guide de conversation en Portugais
Portuguese Language, Conver Guide, Portuguese Conversation, Conversation Guide, Theatres Curtains, Aprender Português, Conversation En, De Conversation, De Conversação
Dicionario da Lingua Portuguesa - Português no Estrangeiro
UE Serviço das Publicações — Código de Redação Interinstitucional — Abreviaturas e símbolos #Português
Símbolos Português, Símbolo Portuguê, Das Publicações
Fernando Person, Pessoa Dito, Youtube, Poem, 28 Poema, Watches
Ignorant, assassin, paranoïaque, cupide, lâche, cruel: le vrai Vasco de Gama
La Biographies, Portuguese Language, Range, Mal Accueilli, Accueilli Au, Consacré Au, Héros National, Vrai Vasco, The Truth
mostrengo, FERNANDO PESSOA (1888-1935). Poem from Mensagem (from MENS AGitat molEM), a very unusual XX century book: symbolist epic with 44 poems in 3 Cycles: the first, Brasão (Coat-of-Arms), relates historical protagonists to Portuguese coat-of-arms. Second, Mar Português (Portuguese Sea), references the country's Age of Exploration and its Empire, ended with the death of King Sebastian. The third Cycle, Encoberto (The Hidden One), the most disturbing, refers PESSOA's vision of a future world.
descoberta, SEBASTIÃO DA GAMA (1924-52). Was a professor in Lisbon. His work is connected to the Serra da Arrábida, the mountain where he lived and that took as poetic leitmotiv. His posthumous diary is an interesting testimony of his experience as a teacher and a valuable reflection on teaching. Died of renal tuberculosis, which he suffered from a teenager.
Vénus II, CAMILO PESSANHA (1867-1926). Since he had the talent of re-writing his works from memory and the habit of giving his poems to close friends, many of his poems had either become lost or inadvertently destroyed. To counter this, Ana de Castro Osório urged PESSANHA to place them in a single volume, published as Clepsidra (1920). At first influenced by Cesário and Verlaine, Pessanha became the most pure of Symbolists. His poems greatly influenced the Orpheu group from Sá-Carneiro to Pessoa
Music, Mário Viegas, Poems, Portuguese Poetry, Poetry Boards, The Universe, De Freitas, Portugu Poetry, Manuela De
canção final, TEIXEIRA DE PASCOAES (1877-1952). The dynamic nature of his universe of opposites is well expressed by two verses “The leaf that fell / Was a soul that ascended” (in ‘Elegy of Love’). PASCOAES’ universe is in continual expansion, through the creative energy of hope, sorrow, desire, saudade. Just as poetic inspiration leaves “the splendor of a verse” on a page, “so too hope, endlessly burning (…) Leaves in space the forms of the Universe (…) Mortal recollections of its divine being”
Caixinha de Música, de Matilde Rosa Araújo, in Poemas de Bibe, por Mário Viegas e Manuela de Freitas
minha cabeça estremece, HERBERTO HELDER (1930). One of the most important names in the contemporary literature. He transformed translation into a fundamental exercise of his work, giving a new dimension to both activities. Was closely linked to vanguards, but his momentum achieves a greater freedom by the singular poetic world he creates. In spite of his brilliant trajectory, has stepped back from limelights, refusing interviews, awards and events, dedicating himself exclusively to his work.
Herberto Helder, Poetry
Nausica: M'agrada Herberto Helder
Minha cabeça estremece - Herberto Hélder // Rodrigo Leão
tu estás aqui, RUY BELO (1933-1978). He treats impermanence, childhood, ocean, woman and death, all inextricably tied: ocean and woman embodying the infinite embrace sought by the poet who mourns the lost omnipotence of his infant imagination and the lostness of his rapidly passing life, ultimately embraced by death. Awareness of death, not merely as an end but as a gradual existential expropriation, runs through his poems, which attempt to confer transcendence on some of that life draining away
Portuguese Language, Ruy Belo, De Ruy, Portugu Poetry, Infants Imagination, Tu Está, Poem, It'S Here, Watches
Poesia de Ruy Belo
o sentimento de um ocidental, CESÁRIO VERDE (1855-86). The Feeling of a Westerner is the greatest Portuguese poem of nineteenth century, The narrator wanders through Lisbon’s older neighborhoods as the evening falls and gives way – by the fourth section – to the “dead hours” of night. Many of CESÁRIO’s poems, set in rural outskirts, are at clear light of day, but here he visits Lisbon’s nocturnal side, to “show and examine what’s real”, to “seek and attain the perfection of things”.
Clear Lights, Portuguese Poetry, Poetry Boards, Greatest Portuguese, Visit Lisbon
a nau catrineta, ROMANCEIRO. Compilation of romances from portuguese oral tradition. A treasure of great poetic richness begun to be collected around 1820 by Almeida Garrett. In the introduction, he points the need to "study our early poetic sources, verse and prose legends, fables and old beliefs, [.. .] the tone and spirit of true Portuguese, in the great national book, which is the people and their traditions". Among the more beatiful are also Adozinda, Bernal, Bela Infanta, Santa Iria.