Pablo 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.
Pablo Neruda was a Chilean poet-diplomat and politician.
"Pablo Neruda died in the same clinic, on the same floor, with the same doctors and several of the same nurses," Contreras said.
"We cannot confirm if the nature of Pablo Neruda's death was natural or violent," he added.
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Then Come Back: The Lost Neruda (Copper Canyon, $23, 160 pages, ISBN 9781556594946) is a true treasure: a new group of poems by Nobel Prize-winning Chilean author and statesman Pablo Neruda (1904-1973), thoughtfully translated by American poet Forrest Gander.
Summary: Documents released by Chile's Interior Ministry acknowledge, for the first time, that it is "quite possible" that the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda was assassinated.
e ability to set sail while staying on terra rma was, after all, one of the many reasons why Nobel Prizewinning poet Pablo Neruda chose to have a home here in the 1960s.
Like Pablo Neruda, many artists seek escapism in Valparaiso, but the free and easy aesthetics also seem to be ltering through to nearby Chilean capital Santiago, a twohour drive away.
The ability to set sail while staying on terra firma was, after all, one of the many reasons why Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda chose to have a home here in the 1960s.