Pablo Neruda: Poems

Notes

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  4. ^ Neruda, La vida del poeta: Cronología, 1944–1953, Fundación Neruda, University of Chile. Retrieved 29 December 2006.
  5. ^ Wyman, Eva Goldschmidt; Zurita, Magdalena Fuentes (2002). The Poets and the General: Chile's Voices of Dissent under Augusto Pinochet 1973–1989 (1st ed.). Santiago de Chile: Lom Ed. p. 18. ISBN 9562824918.  In Spanish and English.
  6. ^ Roxanne Palmer (9 November 2013). "Pablo Neruda Died From Cancer, Not Poison: Chilean Officials". International Business Times. Retrieved 15 April 2015. 
  7. ^ Tarn (1975) p. 13
  8. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 7
  9. ^ a b c d e Tarn (1975) p. 14
  10. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 19
  11. ^ a b c Tarn (1975) p. 15
  12. ^ a b c d Tarn (1975) p. 16
  13. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 109
  14. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 434
  15. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 141
  16. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 145
  17. ^ a b c d e f Tarn (1975) p. 17
  18. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 340
  19. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 244
  20. ^ a b c Feinstein (2005) pp. 312–313
  21. ^ Roman, Joe. (1993) Octavio Paz Chelsea House Publishers ISBN 0-7910-1249-2
  22. ^ Paz, Octavio (1991) On Poets and Others. Arcade. ISBN 1-55970-139-0 p. 127
  23. ^ "Alberto Acereda – El otro Pablo Neruda – Libros". Libros.libertaddigital.com. 1990-01-01. Retrieved 2010-03-11. 
  24. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 263
  25. ^ Shull (2009) p. 69
  26. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 181
  27. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 199
  28. ^ Burgin (1968) p. 95.
  29. ^ Burgin (1968) p. 96.
  30. ^ a b Feinstein (2005) pp. 236–7
  31. ^ a b Feinstein (2005) p. 290
  32. ^ "Full Woman, Fleshly Apple, Hot Moon: Selected Poems of Pablo Neruda – Eagle Harbor Book Co.". Retrieved 15 April 2015. 
  33. ^ a b c d e f g h Tarn (1975) p. 22
  34. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 278
  35. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 487
  36. ^ Feinstein (2005) pp. 334–5
  37. ^ a b c d e Feinstein (2005) pp. 341–5
  38. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 326
  39. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 367
  40. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 333
  41. ^ Pablo Neruda (1994). Late and posthumous poems, 1968–1974. Grove Press.
  42. ^ "Pablo Neruda". Струшки вечери на поезијата. Retrieved 15 April 2015. 
  43. ^ Feinstein (2005) p. 413
  44. ^ "Pablo Neruda, Nobel Poet, Dies in a Chilean Hospital", The New York Times, September 24, 1973.
  45. ^ Neruda and Vallejo: Selected Poems, Robert Bly, ed.; Beacon Press, Boston, 1993, p. xii.
  46. ^ Earth-Shattering Poems, Liz Rosenberg, ed.; Henry Holt, New York, 1998, p. 105.
  47. ^ Urrutia, Matilde; translated by Alexandria Giardino (2004). My Life with Pablo Neruda. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press. ISBN 0804750092. 
  48. ^ a b Newman, Lucia (21 May 2012). "Was Pablo Neruda murdered?". Aljazeera
  49. ^ "Chile judge orders Pablo Neruda death probe". BBC News. June 2, 2011. 
  50. ^ a b Franklin, Jonathan (7 April 2013). "Pablo Neruda's grave to be exhumed over Pinochet regime murder claims". The Guardian
  51. ^ "Pablo Neruda death probe urged in Chile". CBC News. December 6, 2011. 
  52. ^ "Unravelling the mystery of Pablo Neruda's death". BBC. 8 April 2013. Retrieved 8 April 2013. 
  53. ^ "Revelan que un ex agente de la CIA envenenó a Neruda". INFOnews. Retrieved 15 April 2015. 
  54. ^ Washington Post, June 2, 2013, "Chilean judge issues order to investigate poet Neruda's alleged killer"
  55. ^ "Forensic tests show no poison in remains of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda" 8 November 2013 Washington Post.
  56. ^ "OAS and Chile Rededicate Bust of Gabriela Mistral at the Organization’s Headquarters in Washington, DC," January 31, 2014, OAS website. Retrieved 1 Feb. 2015.
  57. ^ "Pablo Neruda—Washington, D.C." Waymarking.com, retrieved 1 Feb. 2015.
  58. ^ "Lieberson: Songs of Love and Sorrow – Program Note by the Composer" (PDF). Boston Symphony Orchestra. Retrieved 9 November 2011. 
  59. ^ "Bienvenido al sitio web de la Fundación Pablo Neruda – Fundación Pablo Neruda". Retrieved 15 April 2015. 
  60. ^ "Single Pablo Neruda". Retrieved 15 April 2015. 
  61. ^ "Guerra mixes a hot concoction of merengue, salsa, and bachata". Américas (Organization of American States). 42–44: 92. 1990. 
  62. ^ Amazon description of Burning Patience
  63. ^ Yo-Yo Boing!, Introduction by Doris Sommer, Harvard University. Latin American Literary Review Press. 1998. ISBN 0-935480-97-8. 
  64. ^ Amazon description of The Dreamer (2010)

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