Neruda


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Ne·ru·da

 (nĕ-ro͞o′də, -dä), Pablo Originally Ricardo Eliezer Neftali Reyes. 1904-1973.
Chilean poet and diplomat whose literary tone of despair, evident in his early works, evolved into one reflecting the socialist commitment of the government of Salvador Allende. He won the 1971 Nobel Prize for literature.

Neruda

(Spanish neˈruða)
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(Biography) Pablo (ˈpaβlo), real name Neftali Ricardo Reyes. 1904–73, Chilean poet. His works include Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada (1924) and Canto general (1950), an epic history of the Americas: Nobel prize for literature 1971

Ne•ru•da

(nəˈru də, -dɑ)

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Pablo (Neftali Ricardo Reyes Basoalto), 1904–73, Chilean poet and diplomat: Nobel prize 1974.
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Noun1.Neruda - Chilean poet (1904-1973)
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We must hurry up, for I want to go to Halle's concert to hear Norman Neruda this afternoon.
La version oficial siempre le achaco al cancer la muerte de Pablo Neruda, ocurrida el 23 de septiembre de 1973.
La famille de Pablo Neruda soupconne un empoisonnement sous la dictature (1973-1990).
International researchers investigating the death of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda raised doubts on Friday as to whether he died of cancer 44 years ago as previously presumed, and did not rule out foul play.
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.
Not only an acclaimed poet, Neruda was also involved in Chilean politics.
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.
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.
Proust fue para Neruda "el mas grande realista poetico" y Bliss represento en su vida "una cicatriz que no se ha borrado".
Hardly a biopic, Neruda focuses on a brief, if dramatic, period in its subject's life--a fifteen-month period from January 1948 through March 1949 during which the poet, an elected senator and an outspoken member of the banned Chilean Communist Party, went underground, finally escaping over the Andes to Argentina.
Son las 11 de la manana en Normandia, y a esta hora me toca escribirme cartas a mi mismo, que los otros llaman poemas " (Pablo Neruda, marzo de 1972)
Pablo Neruda (1904-1973) is one of the world's most beloved and best-selling poets.