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Veinte poemas de amor y una cancion de desesperada y cien sonetos de amor,9780307474742

Veinte poemas de amor y una cancion de desesperada y cien sonetos de amor

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1st
ISBN13:

9780307474742

ISBN10:
0307474747
Media:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/12/2010
Publisher(s):
Vintage
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Summary

Twenty poems about Santiago, the streets filled with students, the university and the smell of honeysuckle that charaterizes mutual love.

Author Biography

Pablo Neruda, seud=nimo de Ricardo EliTcer Neftalf Reyes, naci= en Parral, Provincia de Linares, Chile, en 1904. Pas= la mayor parte de su infancia y adolescencia en Temuco, donde escribi= sus primeros poemas. A partir de 1927 ocup= varios cargos consulares, primero en Asia y entre 1934 y 1938 en Espaħa, donde se hizo amigo de los escritores espaħoles de la Generaci=n del 27. En 1940 se instal= en MTxico y posteriormente, regres= a su patria donde, en 1945, fue elegido senador y recibi= el Premio Nacional de Literatura. En 1971 fue nombrado embajador en Parfs por el gobierno de Salvador Allende. Considerado uno de los mayores y mßs influyentes poetas de su siglo, fue reconocido con el Premio Nobel de Literatura en 1971. Tras menos de dos aħos en Parfs, regres= a Santiago, donde muri= en 1973.   


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