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Veinte poemas de amor y una cancion de desesperada y cien sonetos de amor

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2014

    Una muy buena lectura, esa poesía, la manera de expresar ese sen

    Una muy buena lectura, esa poesía, la manera de expresar ese sentimiento y que estremecía a ese muchacho Neruda. Lo recomiendo el ejercicio de leerlo con su respectiva persona amada y deja un excelente sabor de boca.

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  • Posted May 5, 2010

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    excelete, una lectura unica, me encanta....es romantico y a la vez dramatico, cada vez que lo lees encuntras algo nuevo de ese amor desesperado...muy bueno

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  • Posted April 15, 2010

    A great collection

    This is a great collection of poems from one of or possibly the single most famous Chilean poet. Pablo Neruda won a Nobel Prize for Literature with his poetry. He writes poems that are full of depth and passion. You read his poetry and truly feel what he is feeling, even if it is something that you do not usually feel. There is no way to escape his tantalizing imagery. I highly recommend reading them in Spanish if you know it, as the beauty of a work read in its original language is more perfect than any translation can aspire to be. Of course if you do not speak Spanish I would advocate looking for a well recommended translation. I do not personally know of a good translation for Neruda's work since I have always read it in the original language. I would also recommend that you look into another Chilean great, Gabriela Mistral, if you have a chance.

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    Posted June 29, 2010

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