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Pablo Neruda

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Pablo Neruda Biographical Information Nobel Prize for Literature Winner 1971 Pablo Neruda, also known as Neftali Ricardo Reyes Basoalto,( his given name,)lived in Southern Chile, but moved to Santiago and enrolled in college to become a French instructor. However, he soon decided to devote himself to Poetry, his central interest. Since his father disapproved of such a profession, he decided to make his pen name Pablo Neruda. And thus a legend was born. Between 1927 and 1935, Neruda was a Chilean Diplomat, and was married and divorced once each. Neruda was a fine person, from boy hood to manhood, and was known as the "greatest Spanish Poets of the 20th century." Position in Chile Neruda was a Chilean diplomat, while also being a very political poet, which led him to the eventual alignment with the communist party. However, Neruda made several statements regarding the Chilean government in the 1940s, and was forced to hide out to avoid arrest. While Neruda was forgiven and welcomed into the country once again, he was just known as a poet and a faithful chilean man, rather than a diplomat. The
flag! This is where
he lived! Key Ideas from "Towards the Splendid City" Neruda explores many ideas in his lecture, the most important of which is that everything you do in life leads you down a path to your destiny, and that every step you take will determine who you are. If one is not careful about their choices, they may end up somewhere they never planned on being. Survey of Author's Work Crepusculario (Twlight Book)-1923
Veinte Poemas de amor y une cancion deseperada
(twenty love poems and a song of despair)
First two volumes of Residencia en la tierra (Residence on Earth)
Canto general
(General song)
Alturas de Macchu Picchu
(The hights of Macchu Picchu)
Memorial de lsla negra
(Black island memorial)
Adas Elementales
(Elemental odes) Emily Rose
Madeleine Cox
Samantha Wheeler When he died he left 34 books consisting of poems,essays and drama in print and 8 more volumes of poetry and memoirs. In conclusion, Pablo Neruda was an amazing man that had many ideas and great beliefs. He left us with many important morals and tales, and without his work, the foundation for 21st century writing would never be formed. Conclusion Neruda as a young man! First book! Work Cited Foster, Edward Halsey. "Neruda, Pablo (1904-1973)." Encyclopedia of World Biography. Ed. Suzanne M. Bourgoin. 2nd ed. Detroit: Gale Research, 1998. Discovering Collection. Gale. Danbury High School. 19 Oct. 2012 <http://find.galegroup.com/srcx/infomark.do?&source=gale&srcprod=DISC&userGroupName=s0340&prodId=DC&tabID=T001&docId=EJ1631004811&type=retrieve&contentSet=GSRC&version=1.0>.
"Neruda, Pablo (1904-1973)." DISCovering Authors. Online ed. Detroit: Gale, 2003. Discovering Collection. Gale. Danbury High School. 19 Oct. 2012 <http://find.galegroup.com/srcx/infomark.do?&source=gale&srcprod=DISC&userGroupName=s0340&prodId=DC&tabID=T001&docId=EJ2101100768&type=retrieve&contentSet=GSRC&version=1.0>.
"Pablo Neruda." Encyclopedia of World Biography. Detroit: Gale, 1998. Gale Biography In Context. Web. 19 Oct. 2012.
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