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    Pablo Neruda was a Chilean poet born on July 12,1904 in the Chilean town of Parral. Neruda was known for his different writing styles, which included erotic romantic poems, surrealist poems, and political manifestos. His writing reached out to everyone across the world, being called “the greatest writer of the 20th century in any language ” by Novelist Gabriel Marquez (Goodman). Neruda was also known for his political affiliation with the Communist Political Party and his diplomatic service. Throughout

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    Biography of Pablo Neruda

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    Pablo Neruda Pablo Neruda was a poet who used his work to educate people on what life was really about, and that choice made him a controversial figure in South America. Like every author he did face criticism, but his wasn’t negative. He was a great political figure, and many people looked up to him for wisdom. BIOGRAPHY Nefali Ricardo Reyes Bausualto was born on July 12, 1904 in Parral, Chile. Less than a month after his birth, his mother Rosa lost her long battle with Tuberculosis and died. From

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    Analysis Of Pablo Neruda

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    Pablo Neruda is recognized as an influential poet, still people can’t separate his poetry from his politics; instead, critics analyze him for all he is: the sad, the happy, the political and the personal. Pablo Neruda’s thematic mood changes and progresses in perspective to his poems "Body of a Woman", "Ode to the Yellow Bird", and "The Portrait in the Rock" (in that chronological order). Neruda not only progresses from the first line to the last line in each individual poem but as a poet over time

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    Pablo Neruda

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    Pablo Neruda Pablo Neruda, a quien llamamos en el escalafón consular de Chile Ricardo Reyes, nos nació en la tierra de Parral, a medio llano central en el año 1904, al que siempre contaremos como de natividades verídicas. La ciudad de Temuco lo tiene por suyo y alega el derecho de haberle dado las infancias que "imprimen carácter" en la crianza poética. Estudió letras en nuestro Instituto Pedagógico de Santiago y no se convención de la vocación docente, común en los chilenos. Algún ministro que

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    I Like For You To Be Still by Pablo Neruda

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    In the poem “I like for you to be still”, Pablo Neruda expressed his unreachable heart calling to his loved one. He described his love towards his loved one without saying a word, understanding her feelings from her silence, and act accordingly to make her fell that he cares about here. True feelings of love remain same even though there is no response comes from the other side. Selfless act just to get a single word out of her mouth or a little smile on her face which makes him feel happy, and this

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    Pablo Neruda (Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto) was a very influential person throughout the twentieth century. He was born in Chile on July 12th, 1904. He also wanted to make a change in the world, which some may say he did what he set out to do with poetry. Throughout his life Pablo Neruda (Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto) was influenced to write by his childhood, World War One, and The Spanish Civil War, and his experience with diplomacy. Pablo Neruda (Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto) was highly

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    Keeping Still by Pablo Neruda is a thought provoking work of poetry. The poem was probably applicable to humanity of the time when it was authored, but it eerily fits so well into this moment of time and space. The notion of slowing the pace of life down for just a moment to realize that every living thing could use a moment of peace and reflection is so applicable to our lives in the Silicon Valley. With our hectic ways of trying to survive financially, complete our education, live and raise a family

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    Pablo Neruda

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    "The ‘Fickle’ One"? On his birthday in July of 1954, Pablo Neruda confessed to the University of Chile that "it is worthwhile to have struggled and sung, it is worthwhile to have lived because I have loved" (Neruda 331). In nearly all of his works, Neruda attests to the simplicity, valor, and importance of love, whether for country, "common things," or another human being. Throughout South America, he was known as "un poeta del pueblo," a poet of the people, and his talent for composing such passionate

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    Analysis Of Pablo Neruda

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    While Chilean poet Pablo Neruda has been critically acclaimed for his political poetry, it was his love poetry that first established his reputation as a poet. Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada (Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair) is a collection of romantic poems written by Neruda, first published in 1924. He also wrote Cien Sonetos de Amor (100 Love Sonnets) which is a collection of sonnets and was first published in 1959. These two collections were written and published at the

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    Love In Pablo Neruda

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    world. “It makes you happy and you feel freedom.” People may love their family, friends and other people. So, my research question is how William Shakespeare and Pablo Neruda represented “love” in their poems, Sonnet XVII and Sonnet 147? Both of them lived in different time, hence they will have different ideas about love feeling. Pablo Neruda is a Spanish poet who lived in the 19th century. I chose his poem, One Hundred Love Sonnets: XVII. “I don’t love you as if you were a rose of salt, topaz, Or arrow

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