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Pablo Neruda: Selected Poems - Fiesta's End Summary & Analysis

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Fiesta's End Summary

In lines 1-8, Neruda describes white foam, March in "isla Negra" or his home in Chile. He sees wave upon wave, the ocean overflowing, the birds crisscrossing the sky. The months change color and the autumn settles in.

In lines 9-27, he says that he is called "Pablo," and he is the same as he always was. He has doubts, debts, and he has the view from his home of the vast sea. But he is restless, and he dreams up imaginary places, he fabricates the language of the fishbone, the blood of the coral, the night of the whale. He goes exploring from land to land, but he always returns home. What are we without our roots, after all?

In lines 28-46, he asks what would he do if he did not have nature to commune with? He was never...

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