Pablo Neruda

Pablo Neruda

Absence and Presence

Book - 1990
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Baker & Taylor
Explores the world of Chilean writer Pablo Neruda through recollections from his friends, his poetry, and Luis Poirot's photographs, taken at his home in Isla Negra

Norton Pub
In this beautiful printing of Poirot’s classic work—featuring new scans from newly made prints—we come to know the poet’s magical world through his poems, his houses, the wonderful things he collected, and his friends.
Nobel Prize winner Pablo Neruda wrote often about the natural world and the beloved objects he surrounded himself with.

Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, c1990
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780393027709
Characteristics: 189 p. : ill., ports. ; 24 cm


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LProfeta Mar 13, 2012

Enlightened two days ago at the local library I discovered Neruda. His poetry is very gentile, it flows like no other I have read.
There are so many south American writers and I find the writing to be spiritual and always about love, which we have some what forgotten, the softness that exists in the poetry of the world. It has done so much for me because I find lessons for life in it, also it always sets a mood and seems very personal, even Shakespeare. I'm thinking of ways more people can find poetry in places they can really use it, hospitals, nursing homes and maybe rehabs too.


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