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Pretende aqui historiar-se o processo no decurso do qual a confianca e aceitacao que Pessoa exprimiu em varios apontamentos em relacao a Salazar e ao Estado Novo, embora sempre permeadas por cepticismo e formuladas num tom desencantado, cederam claramente o lugar a desconfianca, ao repudio e ate a satira violenta.

Esta viragem ou ruptura e bem visivel em numerosos escritos em prosa e em verso produzidos por Pessoa entre Fevereiro e Novembro de 1935, os seus ultimos dez meses de vida. Fernando Pessoa, escritos politicos, Salazar, Estado Novo, Antonio Ferro ********** Nao se admitte que um artista escreva poemas patrioticos, como nao se admitte que um politico escreva artigos anti-patrioticos.

He never joined a movement or party, or even supported any kind of political programme, including Salazar's New State.

He trusted Salazar for some years, but without showing this trust in any public manner, and he never stopped criticizing Salazar in his notes for his alleged lack of leadership skills, his bookkeeper-like materialism, corporatism inspired by Integralism or totalitarianism, anti-liberalism and narrow-mindedness that he put down to the Catholicism Salazar had learnt at the seminary, etc.

This article aims to give an account of the process during which the 'trust' and 'acceptance' that Pessoa expressed in various notes he wrote about Salazar and the New State, albeit always very cynical and disenchanted in tone, gave way to doubts, condemnation and mordant satire.

He explained the meaning of the expression as someone who did not agree entirely or even partially with an establishment's political programme, but trusted it or its leader and thus refrained from raising doctrinal objections.

However, the moment had come when, in Pessoa's eyes, it was impossible to remain intellectually independent in Portugal.

Two things would have prevented him from adhering to the Roman Catholic dictator's authoritarian and corporativist regime: his declared liberal conservatism, including 'liberal nationalism' for which he was trying to work out a theoretical basis in several of his unpublished texts of the 1930s, and his anti-Catholicism, to which he remained faithful all his life.

Pessoa was not exactly a public figure, given that he was to a certain extent a misanthrope and kept to himself, but he was well-regarded and respected within his intellectual and artistic circle.