Pablo Neruda Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Pablo Neruda
Discusses the surrealistic elements of the Chilean poet's imagery, style and multicultural themes.
# 22372 | 1,125 words | 7 sources | 1995 | US
Published on Mar 09, 2003 in Literature (Poetry) , English (Analysis) , Sociology (Multiculturalism)


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"Chilean poet Pablo Neruda was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1971. His particular passion is love poetry. In his early poetry, he was given to the use of nature imagery and wrote in a personal way characterized by a melancholy view of the world and a preoccupation with unrequited love. In later works, he moved more into surrealism, employing a freer style and surreal imagery. One of his most celebrated works is also the culmination of his move into surrealism--Residence on Earth in 1933. The poems in this work are anguished and filled with despair, structured on surreal images of nature. The attitude expressed in the poems may have been the result of the poet's own sense of loneliness at the time.

Surrealism is a movement in literature and in the arts which began with a manifesto. The movement originated in France in the ..."

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