HomeFactopediaBrainoffsRankingsCommunityLog In
You know 0 facts

Pablo Neruda


Play a Quick Quiz on Pablo Neruda  (it's free)    



"a Body Rolls, a Thing That Has No Name, a Fallen Cipher, a Cluster of Dead Fruit Thrown Down on the Dump."
   are the closing lines of   
The United Fruit Company by Pablo Neruda
Translated by Robert Bly
Pablo Neruda
   was born on   
July 12, 1904
Chilean poet; one of the most widely read poets since William Shakespeare
1971
   the winner was   
Pablo Neruda
Chile, 1904-1973; pen-name of Neftali Ricardo Reyes Basoalto; "for a poetry that with the action of an elemental force brings alive a continent's destiny and dreams"
Pablo Neruda
   lifespan was   
1904-1973
Chilean poet
Pablo Neruda
   was born in   
Parral, Chile
1904; poet, Nobel Prize in Literature, 1971
Pablo Neruda
   said   
"I Love You Without Knowing How, or When, or from Where. I Love You Straightforwardly, Without Complexities or Pride; So I Love You Because I Know No Other Way"
Chilean poet, diplomat and politician. Won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971
Pablo Neruda
   said   
"Peace Goes Into the Making of a Poem As Flour Goes Into the Making of Bread"
Chilean poet, diplomat and politician. Won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971
"Always, Always You Recede Through the Evenings Toward Where the Twilight Goes Erasing Statues."
   are the closing lines of   
We Have Lost Even by Pablo Neruda
"The Night Gallops on Its Shadowy Mare Shedding Blue Tassels over the Land"
   are the closing lines of   
Leaning Into the Afternoons by Pablo Neruda
Pablo Neruda
   wrote   
If You Forget Me
"I want you to know one thing. You know how this is: if I look at the crystal moon, at the red branch of the slow autumn at my window …"
Pablo Neruda
   wrote   
Nothing But Death
"There are cemetaries that are lonely, graves full of bones that do not make a sound"; trans. by Robert Bly
Pablo Neruda
   wrote   
Enigmas
"...and in my net, during the night, I woke up naked, the only thing caught, a fish trapped inside the wind"; translation by Robert Bly
Pablo Neruda
   wrote   
The Book of Questions
Poems consisting of 316 unanswerable questions
Pablo Neruda
   wrote   
Canto General
Neruda's 10th book of poems; published in Mexico in 1950
Pablo Neruda
   wrote   
Saddest Poem
"I can write the saddest poem of all tonight...."
Pablo Neruda
   is buried in   
Isla Negra, Santiago, Chile
Poet; buried on his estate, 1973
Pablo Neruda
   wrote   
Residence on Earth
Originally published in three volumes, written over two decades (1925-1945)
Pablo Neruda
   wrote   
Carnal Apple, Woman Filled, Burning Moon
"dark smell of seaweed, crush of mud and light"
Pablo Neruda
   wrote   
I Do Not Love You Except Because I Love You
"My heart moves from cold to fire"
Pablo Neruda
   was a   
Poet
Chilean Nobel Prize laureate (1904-1973)






   About - Terms - Privacy Log In