Pablo Neruda: Nobel Prize-Winning Poet
PABLO NERUDA: NOBEL PRIZE-WINNING POET recounts the life and career of a great Hispanic poet. Considered one of the greatest literary figures of the twentieth century, Neruda dedicated his life and his work to fight social and political injustice.
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1 The Fugitive
The Forest and the Sea
3 From Poet to Diplomat
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