Veinte Poemas de Amor y una Canción Desesperada

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Ediciones Colegio de España, 1995 - 157 pages
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"Cuerpo de mujer, blancas colinas, muslos blancos/ te pareces al mundo en tu actitud de entrega/ Mi cuerpo de labriego salvaje te socava/ y hace saltar el hijo del fondo de la tierra. Predomina una atmosfera melancolica, sombria, que todavia no se desprende de la influencia del modernismo. Publicados en 1924, estos versos, que hablan de un poeta precoz, por momentos magistral, siguen traspasando fronteras y generaciones. Una obra que se aprende de memoria, capital en la educacion sentimental de millones de adolescentes y jovenes."

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Contents

CÁNTICO DE AMOR
11
BIBLIOGRAFÍA
40
NOTA PREVIA
51
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About the author (1995)

Pablo Neruda (1904-73), one of the renowned poets of the 20th Century, was born in Ferral, Chile. He shared the World Peace Prize with Paul Robeson and Pablo Picasso in 1950, and he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature for his poetry in 1971. Colombian novelist Gabriel García Márquez once called him "the greatest poet of the 20th century in any language." Neruda always wrote in green ink as it was his personal color of hope. Neruda was hospitalized in 1973 with cancer at the time of the Chilean coup d'état led by Augusto Pinochet. Three days after being hospitalized, Neruda died of heart failure. Neruda owned three houses in Chile; today they are all open to the public as museums: La Chascona in Santiago, La Sebastiana in Valparaíso, and Casa de Isla Negra in Isla Negra, where he and Matilde Urrutia are buried.

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