In Dreams of Dreams, a delightful variation on exemplary lives, Antonia imagines the dreams of twenty artists he has loved, among them Ovid and Rimbaud. The Last Three Days of Fernando Pessoa finds the poet on his deathbed, where he is visited by heteronyms, the poets he invented, whose poetry and voices invented him. Antonia Tabucchi, scholar and Italian translator of Pessoa's work, here pronounces a tender farewell to a man who was several of the greatest writers in the 20th century.
"There is in Tabucchi's stories the touch of the true magician...."
Book Condition: Very good with trade paper cover.