Monday , January 24 2022

The "Book of Questions" by Pablo Neruda, is published in & # 39; illustrated edition – Ultima Hora Noticias de Guatemala


A year after the death of & # 39; Pablo Neruda, in 1973, published Book of Questions, One of the poems most LUDIC Chilean Nobel Prize which he is asked about his life and the world, and now reissued in & # 39; special illustrated collection.

"Who can & # 39; ask what you were me in & # 39; this world? Why walk unwillingly, because I can not be real? Because I'm rolling without wheels, flying without wings or feathers, and I need to go to transmit if my bones live in Chile? "Neruda Partner (1904-1973), the poet born and died in Chile lived in & # 39; countries like Spain, France or Mexico.

The volume, which now publishes Seix Barral, gather a collection of & # 39; verses of the Literature Nobel Prize in 1971 built throughout his life b & # 39; single expressive result, the constant question, which makes the poetry book work with & # 39; "A very shiny and free tone".

"It's a book highly original poetry and really very celebration. It is very characteristic of & # 39; Neruda in that image, the metaphors and the colors that appear in the verses are very recognizable as the imaginary of & # 39; Neruda ", explained Teresa Bailach, editor & # 39; Seix Barral, who for many years has recovered work & # 39; author

Although bringing together the poet's work elements, Book of Questions is "very different" to that building game of all poems based on questions that are sometimes "crazy", as when he questions "Why trees hide their roots beauty?" or "Why Could not find Christopher Columbus Spain?" he said.

Postumu this to work, whose original edition was published in 1974, has now been illustrated by Maria Guitart (Barcelona, ​​1978), which not only "djaloga 'with & # 39; the essence of verses Chilean -poeta but reports this.

F & # 39; 74 chapter, Neruda raises questions about life, dreams, death, history, sea, animals, rivers, seasons, sky, stars or characters like Baudelaire, José Martí, Paul Éluard or Petrarca.


Priscilla López León

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