A year after Pablo Neruda's death in 1973 Question bookOne of the ı wildest y poetry of the Chilean Nobel Prize, where he questions his life and his world and is now re-released in a private pictorial collection.
"Why should I act in this world, what can I ask? Why can't I move? Why don't I move without my wheels, I fly without wings or hairless, and if my bones live in Chile, what would I migrate for?" Neruda (1904-1973) The poet was born and born in Chile, Spain, France or Mexico.
The volume, which now publishes Seix Barral, brings together a continuous question with a continuous question that deals with the poetry book "a", a single source of narrative throughout the life of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971. very lean and free tone ".
. It is a very original poetry book and really celebration. Neruda's imaginary images, metaphors and colors are Neruda's characteristic in terms of being so noticeable, im says Seix Barral's editor Teresa Bailach.
Although he brings together the elements of the poet's works, Question book "Poems", "why do the poems conceal the splendor of their roots?" or "Why Christopher Columbus?" Did he not find "very different" Spain to build all poems based on questions which were sometimes "crazy"? "Said.
This latest work, originally published in 1974, is now portrayed not only by "the dialogue" with the essence of the Chilean poet's verses, but also by Maria Guitart (Barcelona, 1978), who portrayed it.
In 74 episodes, Neruda raises questions about his life, dreams, death, history, sea, animals, rivers, seasons, sky, stars or characters such as Baudelaire, José Martí, Paul Éluard or Petrarca.