Casa de Isla Negra

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  • Pablo Neruda Persona Persona

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    especially, to his mother, though she is a step-mother, still Neruda remembers and longs for her as she plays a definitive role to build-up his specific identity in his childhood days. The poet Persona writes in his poem ‘The More-Mother’ in his book Isla Negra: my more-mother, Dona Trinidad

  • Isa Nerga Poem Analysis : The Night In Isla Negra

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    The Night in Isla Nerga Poem Analysis From the time we were born, humans have learned to appreciate and admire nature. However, as our lives become increasingly complicated and convoluted, it is easy to forget about it. Usually, to help us appreciate nature, poets write about nature in a peaceful, calming way. However, poet Pablo Neruda flips this style on its head and explores the more chaotic, unforgiving side of nature. This was the main point of Neruda’s poem, “The Night in Isla Negra”, where Neruda

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