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Essay | Pablo Neruda and "Saddest Poem"

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Pablo Neruda and "Saddest Poem"

Summary: A short biography of the poet Pablo Neruda and an analysis of "Saddest Poem," one of Neruda's most noteworthy poems. Expressing a depressing, poignant, heartrending, and yet confused mood, the poem describes one's lingering memories for a love that no longer exists.
Pablo Neruda, the well known Spanish poet named Neftalí Ricardo at birth from Parral, Chile was born on July 12, 1904. Shortly after Neruda's birth, his mother, who was a teacher, passed away. He then lived with his father, who was a railway employee. Years after, they moved to Temuco, Chile. By age thirteen, Neruda wrote articles for the paper, "La Manana", in which his first poem "Entusiasmo Y Perserverancia" was released. By 1920, Neruda was twenty years old and he was a contributor to the literary journal, "Selva Austral." This is when he officially named himself after the Czechoslovakian poet, Jan Neruda. He gave himself another name to conceal his poetic work from his family, who did not approve.

During the time period of 1920- 1924, one of Neruda's best translated works known as "Viente Poemas de Amor y Una Cancion Desperada" was released. After he got a...

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