Pablo Neruda para niños

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Ediciones de la Torre, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 124 pages
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Great poetry is not just for grown-ups and this excellent collection shows why. These five books do a beautiful job of placing the poetry of Machado, Vallejo, Garcia Lorca, Jimenez, and Neruda into the hands and hearts of young people. Introductions to each author include photographs and provide insight into their lives. Beautiful line drawings.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCCIÓN
5
CRONOLOGÍA
27
Crepusculario
35
Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada
45
Residencia en la tierra
51
Canto general
57
Diplomáticos 1948 Fragmento
66
Las uvas y el viento
79
Estravagario
87
Cien sonetos de amor
95
Memorial de Isla Negra
107
El mar y las campanas
113
Testamento De Canto general
121
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Pablo Neruda was born Ricardo Eliecer Neftalí Reyes Basoalto in Ferral, Chile on July 12, 1904. In 1923 he sold all of his possessions to finance the publication of his first book, Crepusculario (Twilight), which he published under the pseudonym Pablo Neruda. Veinte Poemas de Amor y una Cancion Desesperada (Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair), which was published the following year, made him a celebrity and allowed him to stop his studies to devote himself to poetry. His other works include España en el Corazón, Canto General, Las Uvas y el Viento, and Para Nacer He Nacido. He received numerous awards including the World Peace Prize with Paul Robeson and Pablo Picasso in 1950, the Lenin Peace Prize and the Stalin Peace Prize in 1953, and the Nobel Prize for Literature for his poetry in 1971. He died of leukemia on September 23, 1973.