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  • With its colourful houses, street cafes and lively nightlife, the area is best-known as a hangout for students and a stop-off for those visiting the city pad of the poet Pablo Neruda, which is kept shipshape (literally), just as he and his third wife left it.

    Santiago: chill out in Chile's capital

  • He plans on reading poems together with students by poets such as Pablo Neruda, Rilke and Emily Dickinson, then leading them in writing projects.

    Today’s Featured Book Event-Jay Leeming at Blackbird Wine Shop - Reading Local: Portland

  • He plans on reading poems together with students by poets such as Pablo Neruda, Rilke and Emily Dickinson, then leading them in writing projects.

    Portland Book Events: March 8-14 - Reading Local: Portland

  • He plans on reading poems together with students by poets such as Pablo Neruda, Rilke and Emily Dickinson, then leading them in writing projects.

    Master Poetry Workshop Comes to Portland - Reading Local: Portland

  • The book has seven sections, and one thing the narrator does is think about different artists, such as Pablo Neruda in the first section.

    Campbell McGrath on Poetry,

  • Other selections such as Pablo Neruda's "Poema 15" provide complex flamenco arrangements and poignant lyrics that should pluck at listeners 'hearts whether they're able to understand Spanish or not.

    Broward-Palm Beach New Times | Complete Issue

  • Other selections such as Pablo Neruda's "Poema 15" provide complex flamenco arrangements and poignant lyrics that should pluck at listeners 'hearts whether they're able to understand Spanish or not.

    Broward-Palm Beach New Times | Complete Issue

  • Guayasamín also became the artist of preference of celebrated figures-whose portraits he painted-such as Pablo Neruda (1952), Gabriela Mistral (1956), Fidel Castro (1961, 1981, 1985,

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  • Guayasamín also became the artist of preference of celebrated figures-whose portraits he painted-such as Pablo Neruda (1952), Gabriela Mistral (1956), Fidel Castro (1961, 1981, 1985,

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  • Only time will tell, of course, in this land that Pablo Neruda once called "the sweet waist of the Americas" and which Guatemalan poet Otto René Castillo once referred to as "my sweet storm."

    Michael Deibert: Ballots and Bullets in Guatemala

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