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About the AuthorPablo Neruda, pseudonym of Ricardo Eliécer Neftalí Reyes, was born in Parral, Province of Linares, Chile, in 1904. He spent most of his childhood and adolescence in Temuco, where he wrote his first poems. From 1927 he held several consular posts, first in Asia and between 1934 and 1938 in Spain, where he became friends with the Spanish writers of the Generation of '27. In 1940 he settled in Mexico and subsequently returned to his homeland where, in In 1945, he was elected senator and received the National Prize for Literature. In 1971 he was appointed ambassador in Paris by the government of Salvador Allende. Considered one of the greatest and most influential poets of his century, he was recognized with the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971. After less than two years in Paris, he returned to Santiago, where he died in 1973.
Author 1Pablo Neruda
Book DescriptionThe greatest poet of the twentieth century in any language. -Gabriel García Márquez A great success since the very moment of its publication in 1924 when the author was only nineteen, Twenty love poems and a desperate song caused a stir in the conservative Chilean society due to his frank portrait of the author's relationship with two women. It immediately became one of the most read collections of poetry, establishing Neruda as one of the most unique voices of poetry in Spanish of the twentieth century. Even read today, he continues to be surprised by his sincere description of love and sex. As passionate and beautiful as Twenty Love Poems and a Desperate Song, One Hundred Love Sonnets includes some of Pablo Neruda's most sensual and intense poems.
Number of Pages151
Publication Date12/Jan/10
PublisherVintage Espanol