Estranhamentos: Materialidades da Escrita na Viena de 1900
Using a broad notion of materialities, the article touches upon some aspects of Viennese modernity with the aim of highlighting several dimensions of the practice of writing that offer relevant parallels to the work of Fernando Pessoa.
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