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6 thoughts on “ Saudade

  1. Oct 08,  · Saudade is a key emotion word for Portuguese speakers. Though akin to nostalgia or longing, the term has no direct equivalent in English. As the Brazilian musician Gilberto Gil sings in ‘ Toda saudade ’, it is the presence of absence, ‘of someone or some place – of something, anyway’.Author: Michael Amoruso.
  2. Aug 31,  · A great meal in a lovely place Exploring the surroundings of our hotel in Paris we found this lovely Portuguese Restaurant called "Saudade", a meaningful word that only exists in the Portuguese language. It was really attractive, beautifully decorated with Portuguese ceramics, porcelains and mirrors and we didn't have dinner there at 4/5().
  3. Saudade, an untranslatable word of Galician-Portuguese origin is precisely one of the “mother” expressions to which Goethe referred Starting out from the original experience of. soledade. or. soidade, the [Portuguese] people arrived at the experience of saudade. Solitude is there found to be potentially transcendable.
  4. Jul 05,  · Saudade, Sintra: See 2, unbiased reviews of Saudade, rated of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #19 of restaurants in Sintra/5(K).
  5. Jan 10,  · What is “Saudade”? “Saudade” is a untranslatable Portuguese term that refers to the melancholic longing or yearning. A recurring theme in Portuguese and Brazilian literature, “saudade”refers to a sense of loneliness and incompleteness. The Portuguese scholar Aubrey Bell attempts to distill this complex concept in his book “In Portugal”.
  6. Jose Luís Peixoto on Saudade. I MISS MY GODPARENTS. I miss my godmother complaining about something while washing the dishes in a large bowl. She didn’t complain about the dishes, although it was very hard for her to stand, she complained about the winter, the damned winter, or she would complain about death, this useless life, because some.

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