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Pablo Neruda: Selected Poems - In Spite of Wrath Summary & Analysis

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In Spite of Wrath Summary

In lines 1-7, Neruda is recalling the tragedies and horrors that have occurred in the conquering of the land. He is saying that in spite of this, a light has fallen over the earth. The "holocaust" is over, and now there is structure and sanity coming to light.

In lines 8-14, in these lines, Neruda is describing the ability of peoples and politics to deliver policy, and some of it is in the best interest of the people and the land.

In lines 15-18, statues are being erected, machinery grinding to life.

In lines 19-21, dominion is being established through the "technique" of man, time becomes a "speed and a flash" - industry is making it easier to do things, produce things.

In lines 22-33, man is unlocking all of the mysteries that the earth has to...

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