Confieso que he vivido by Pablo Neruda

By Pablo Neruda

Neruda narra, con l. a. inigualable potencia verbal que caracteriza a sus mejores escritos, no sólo los principales episodios de su vida, sino las circunstancias que rodearon l. a. creación de sus poemas más famosos. Magistralmente, el autor expone tanto su concepción del arte y de los angeles poesía cuanto los motivos que le llevaron a defender hasta el ultimate de su vida sus conocidas posiciones políticas. De forma no menos brillante, rememora los angeles figura de algunos amigos: García Lorca, Alberti, Miguel Hernández, Eluard, Aragon y su relación con personajes destacados de los angeles política contemporánea. A este respecto, resulta particularmente emotiva l. a. evocación que cierra este libro de su amigo el presidente Allende escrita a los tres días de su trágica muerte. «El poeta -escribió Neruda- debe ser parcialmente, el cronista de su época.» A lo largo de estas Memorias, Pablo Neruda se mostró como un auténtico cronista y testigo de nuestro tiempo. El presente libro manifiesta una vez más que un poeta es una «conciencia puesta en pie hasta el fin», y l. a. tensión estilística de l. a. prosa de Neruda es equivalente a los angeles tensión expresiva y a los angeles perentoria vigencia y exigencia ethical que caracteriza su obra poética.

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Columbia University, The Pulitzer Prizes, op. , p. 65. Poetry Jury Report, December 28, 1989, p. 1. Columbia University, The Pulitzer Prizes, op. , p. 65. Poetry Jury Report, January 10, 1991, pp. 1 ff. Columbia University, The Pulitzer Prizes, op. , p. 65. 27 The jurors of 1992 put together a list of finalists, which went as follows: "Selected Poems by Robert Creeley ... Creeley has been one of the most influential American poets, through his own work and through his own writings on poetry, since he started publishing in 1950 ...

Poetry Jury Report, December 19, 1998, pp. 1 f. Columbia University, The 83rd annual Pulitzer Prizes ... , New York, April 12, 1999, p. 7. Poetry Jury Report, December 31, 1999, pp. 1 ff. Columbia University, The 84th annual Pulitzer Prizes ... , New York, April 10, 2000, p. 6. 30 Dunn blesses and imbues his readers ... " Bruce Smith's poems, the jury report says, "pose as overheard dispatches spoken to various of the speaker/author's close beloveds - a dying father, an ex-wife. Often the speaker is penitent for his own inability to love these characters properly ...

Williams fifth book of poems. In the others he has steadily gained power, authority of voice, and the ability to bring his intelligence into play in poetry. This book is the culmination... "155 The Advisory Board considered William M. Meredith's merits to be the highest and therefore he was honored for his volume of verse, Partial Accounts. 156 In 1989 the jury members announced their finalists as follows: "Donald Hall's The One Day," as can be read in the jury report, "crowns his many years of steadily increasing achievement as a poet.

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