I live, I still live, and I think many of us live inside the world Neruda discovered. —Ariel Dorfman The voice is perhaps the most lasting incarnation of any existence … It is in voices … that the dead continue to live. —Alastair Reid There is no insurmountable solitude. All paths lead to the same goal: to convey to others what we are. —Pablo Neruda Forty-five years after his death, Pablo Neruda’s poetry still has the power to astonish and appal, awaken and chill us and leave us shaking our heads in bafflement or respect. There is such breadth and…
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