100 Love Sonnets
Against the backdrop of Isla Negra - the sea and wind, the white sand with its scattering of delicate wild flowers, the hot sun and salty smells of the Pacific - the poet sets the poems in celebration of his love. The subject of that love is Matilde Urrutia de Neruda, the poet's 'beloved wife'.
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One hundred love sonnets = Cien sonetos de amorUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Neruda (the 1971 Nobel Prize winner) wrote these passionate and imaginative sonnets in 1955-57 for Matilde Urrutia, his third wife. Divided into four lush sectionsMorning, Afternoon, Evening, and ... Read full review
The more beautiful something is, the harder it is describe it. Maybe with 100 Love Sonnets, is impossible.
Entre mas hermosa luzca la literatura, mas desafiante resulta describirla. Quiza con Cien Sonetos de Amor hasta sea imposible?