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Pablo Neruda: Selected Poems - We Are Many Summary & Analysis

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We Are Many Summary

In lines 1-4, Neruda is saying that of all the people that he is inside his head ant heart, he can't decide who he really is.

In lines 5-8, when he attempts to come across as a man of intelligence, the "fool that he keeps concealed" comes to the surface to do the talking.

In lines 9-14, when he means to come across as courageous, it is the coward that appears.

In lines 15-20, when he means to summon the fireman, he summons the arsonist instead. He asks: "how can I put myself together again?"

In lines 21-27, he is saying that he wishes he could be the hero - the cowboy in the movies, the dazzler. He envies them; he even envies their horses.

In lines 28-35, when he calls upon his dashing self, it is his lazy...

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