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Pablo Neruda

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Fanny Smack

on 3 March 2011

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Transcript of Pablo Neruda

Pablo Neruda Background born July 12, 1904 born in Parrel, Chile Neruda grew up without a mother she died of tuberculosis lived with his grandparents father disapproved of poetry Writing Style and Literature
Neruda transitions from spanish-american modernism to surrealism Neruda uses real life experiances Neruda also uses imagery Neruda states the speakers mind Poetry Analysis "Tonight I Can Write" "endless skys" and "his loves infinite eyes" shows imagery "The night wind revolves in the sky and sings" shows personification "And the verse falls to the soul like dew to the pasture" has a simile "Tonight I can write the saddest lines" shows repition throughout the poem Neruda's Lovers Two women referred to as Marisol and Marisombra In poems such as "Twenty Love Poems" and "A song of despair" Themes over Memory,
Reminiscence, Love and Passion Spoke out against social injustice Conclusion Thesis
Pablo Neruda was a poet who impacted literature and culture, he wrote poems about life, love, and family; Neruda’s writing style and themes have made him a loved and respected poet, and has made his readers truly believe in his poetry because of his first hand experiences and intensity in his poems a man who is fond of the ladys unlike other poets.... Inspirations His inspirations were Federico Garcia Lorca his friend, Gabriela Mistral his principle, Walt Whitman, William Blake and William Shakespeare Awards Neruda one the literary noble prize
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