Neruda


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Chilean poet (1904-1973)

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The official spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs took to Twitter saying, "#PresidentKovind visited Pablo Neruda Museum in Santiago today to appreciate literary and art collections of Chilean #Nobel laureate and poet diplomat Pablo Neruda.
"Poetry," a new changgeuk, a type of theater style based on pansori, brings in Neruda's passionate poetry exploring love, loss, hope, life and death sung through pansori vocal techniques.
Pablo Neruda was a Chilean poet-diplomat and politician.
Malva was born in 1934 to Neruda and his first wife, Marietje Hagenaar, with hydrocephalus, a then-untreatable condition that contributed to an early death at the age of eight.
Born on July 12, 1904, Ricardo Eliezer Neftali Reyes y Basoalto, the man adopted the pseudonym 'Neruda' under which he would become famous.
Neruda was suffering from prostate cancer at the time and cachexia - cancer wasting syndrome - was listed as the official cause of his death on September 23, 1973, reports Efe news.
Neruda, known for his passionate love poems and staunch communist views, died days after a coup in September 1973 that ushered in the brutal dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 21 August 2017: The Chilean biographical drama movie,'Neruda' (2016), will screen at BalconHelioplis on August 25.
ACONTROVERSIAL character, who divided opinion with his socialist beliefs and flamboyant lifestyle, Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, was one of the 20th century's literary greats.
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The steam train outside Isla Negra ACONTROVERSIAL character, who divided opinion with his socialist beliefs and flamboyant lifestyle, Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, was one of the 20th century's literary greats.
WITH HIS NEW FILM, Neruda, Chile's master of the political gothic, Pablo Larrain, exhumes a sacred monster: namely, his nation's 1971 Nobel Laureate, the poet Pablo Neruda.