[ne-roo-th ah; English nuh-roo-duh]
- Pa·blo [pah-vlaw; English pah-bloh] /ˈpɑ vlɔ; English ˈpɑ bloʊ/, Neftali Ricardo Reyes Basoalto, 1904–73, Chilean poet and diplomat: Nobel Prize in literature 1971.
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Neruda suffered from cancer, and he looked unwell, with a sickly yellow glow.
One of his best English translators, Alastair Reid, was a good friend of Neruda, and he died only a month ago in New York.
Neruda shook his head sadly, saying that he fear for the worst.
Medical experts caution that it may be difficult to prove, 40 years later, whether or not Neruda died of natural causes.
The Neruda family subscribes to this version of his death to this day.
Two writers who died recently, and whose influence on the Bohemian literature of the present day is great, are Neruda and Zeyer.A History of Bohemian Literature
He seemed to delight in Neruda and Piatti, and followed the music with a score of his own.Juliana Horatia Ewing And Her Books
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- Pablo (ˈpaβlo), real name Neftali Ricardo Reyes. 1904–73, Chilean poet. His works include Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada (1924) and Canto general (1950), an epic history of the Americas: Nobel prize for literature 1971
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