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    Miguel Torga


    Miguel Torga
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    Born (1907-08-12)August 12, 1907
    São Martinho de Anta
    Died January 17, 1995(1995-01-17)
    Coimbra
    Occupation Writer, physician
    Genres short story, poetry, novel, play, essay, diary
    Literary movement Modernism
    Notable work(s) Bichos, Contos da Montanha, Novos Contos da Montanha
    Spouse(s) Andrée Crabée Rocha

    Miguel Torga, pseudonym of Adolfo Correia da Rocha (São Martinho de Anta, Sabrosa, Vila Real district, August 12, 1907 – Coimbra, January 17, 1995), is considered one of the greatest Portuguese writers of the 20th century. He wrote poetry, short stories, theater and a 16 volume diary.


    Miguel Torga Life


    He was born in the village of São Martinho de Anta in the Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro region (northern Portugal), to small-time farmer parents Francisco Correia da Rocha and wife Maria da Conceição de Barros. After a short spell as student in a catholic seminary in Lamego, his father sent him to Brazil in 1920, where he worked on an uncle's coffee plantation. His uncle, finding him to be a clever student, decided to pay for his studies. Torga returned to Portugal in 1925 to complete high school and in 1933 graduated in Medicine at the University of Coimbra. After graduation he practiced in his village of São Martinho de Anta and in other places around the country. By this time, he started writing and self-publishing his books for a number of years. In 1941, he established himself as an otolaryngologist physician in Coimbra.

    He married Belgian Lecturer Andrée Crabbé and had an only daughter, Clara Crabée da Rocha (b. Coimbra, 1955), Literature Lecturer and second wife in 1985 of Vasco Graça Moura.


    Miguel Torga Literary work and recognition


    He was a member of the literary movement Presença for a short period before founding two cultural magazines in the 1930s. After the publication of the book O Quarto Dia da Criação do Mundo he was arrested for two months, between December 1939 and February 1940.

    His agnostic beliefs are reflected on his work, which deals mainly with the nobility of the human condition in a beautiful but ruthless world where God is either absent or nothing but a passive and silent, indifferent creator.

    The recognition of his work earned him several important awards, as the Vicente Aleixandre, the winner of the previous year.


    Miguel Torga Works

    Poetry

    • Ansiedade (1928)
    • Rampa (1930)
    • O Outro Livro de Job (1936)
    • Lamentação (1943)
    • Nihil Sibi (1948)
    • Cântico do Homem (1950)
    • Alguns Poemas Ibéricos (1952)
    • Penas do Purgatório (1954)
    • Orfeu Rebelde (1958)

    Fiction

    • Pão Ázimo (1931)
    • Criação do Mundo. Os Dois Primeiros Dias (1937; autobiographic basis)
    • O Terceiro Dia da Criação do Mundo (1938; autobiographic basis)
    • O Quarto Dia da Criação do Mundo (1939; autobiographic basis)
    • O Quinto Dia da Criação do Mundo (1974; autobiographic basis)
    • O Sexto Dia da Criação do Mundo (1981; autobiographic basis)
    • Bichos (1940; short stories)
    • Contos da Montanha (1941; short stories)
    • New Tales from the Mountain (1991; English) (Portuguese: Contos da Montanha)
    • O Senhor Ventura (1943; novel)
    • Novos Contos da Montanha (1944; short stories) (English:New Tales from the Mountain)
    • Vindima (1945)
    • Fogo Preso (1976)

    Theatre

    • Terra Firme e Mar (1941)
    • O Paraíso (1949)
    • Sinfonia (1947; dramatic poetry)

    Travel notes

    • Portugal (1950)
    • Traço de União (1955)

    Diary

    • Diário (16 volumes, published from 1941 to 1994) (Diary)

    Posthumous work

    • Poesia Completa (2000)

    Miguel Torga Prizes

    • Prémio Diário de Notícias (1969)
    • Prémio Internacional de Poesia (1977)
    • Montaigne Prize (1981)
    • Prémio Camões (1989)
    • Prémio Vida Literária da Associação Portuguesa de Escritores (1992)
    • Prémio da Crítica, for his entire work (1993)

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