1961 Ceremonial songs, Pablo Neruda, first edition

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Exemplary corresponding to the first edition of the poetry of Pablo Neruda Nobel, prize ceremonial songs. Published in Buenos Aires in 1961.

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Exemplary corresponding to the first edition of the poetry of Pablo Neruda Nobel, prize ceremonial songs. Published in Buenos Aires in 1961.

Illustrated paperback. 17 x 24.5 cm format. 114 pages.

Copy in good condition and uncut (without cutting edges).

Pablo Neruda, pseudonym of Ricardo Eliecer Neftali Reyes Basoalto (1904-1973), was a Chilean poet, considered among the most important and influential artists of his century; “The greatest poet of the twentieth century in any language” as Gabriel García Márquez. Among its many recognitions include the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971 and an honorary doctorate from the University of Oxford. “No poet of the Western Hemisphere this century compared admits he” wrote the literary critic Harold Bloom, who is considered one of the authors of twenty central canon of Western literature of all time.

Note: the yellow color of the photo is the problem of the camera. All pages on white paper.

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