A twentieth-century Chilean poet, widely considered the greatest of recent Latin-American poets. He also served in his country's senate and as its ambassador to France. Neruda won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1971.
Words nearby Neruda, Pablo
How to use Neruda, Pablo in a sentence
Neruda suffered from cancer, and he looked unwell, with a sickly yellow glow.
Neruda shook his head sadly, saying that he fear for the worst.
One of his best English translators, Alastair Reid, was a good friend of Neruda, and he died only a month ago in New York.
So Pablo started to share some of the gains with the workers so the workers wanted to work with him, because he was fair.
Did you and him ever talk about Pablo while you were shooting Savages?
There might have been another Assis besides old Pablo, and of Alessandros there were dozens everywhere.Ramona|Helen Hunt Jackson
Pablo Araneta, tired of generalship without glory, surrendered to the Americans on December 31, 1899.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
No trains were running, but the drawbridge that separated the marsh from San Pablo Bay opened as usual.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
In a moment more he perceived his own dog, Smoker, come bounding out of a neighbouring copse, followed by Humphrey and Pablo.
Humphrey and Pablo both set off, and then Edward went to waken the boy, still lying on the bed.