Years after Pablo Neruda's death in 1973, it was released The question of the book, one of the "most amazing" poems of the Chilean Nobel Prize, in which he questioned his life and the world, and is now rediscovered in a specially illustrated collection.
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The volume released by Seix Barral compiles a series of verses that the Nobel Literature Prize in 1971 built throughout their lives with one expressive resource, a continuous question that makes the poem a "very delightful and free tone".
"It's a very original poetry book and really solemn. It's a very Neruda feature in that the images, metaphors and colors that appear in the verses are well-identified as Neruda's imagination," explained Teresa Bailach, reporter of Seix Barral, who has recovered for years.
Although it combines poetry factors, The question of the book is "very different" in the game where all the poems build on questions that are sometimes so "crazy" when he asks, "Why do the trees hide the roots of the brilliance?" or "Why did Christopher Columbus not find you in Spain?" He said.
This post-edited work, published in 1974, has now been portrayed by Maria Guitart (Barcelona, 1978), which is not only a "dialogue" with the essence of the poets of Chilean poetry, but also reflects it.
In Chapter 74, Neruda raises questions about life, dreams, death, history, the sea, animals, rivers, seasons, heaven, stars or characters, such as Baudelaire, José Martí, Paul Éluard, or Petrarca.