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“Neruda . . . was a brave man who wished us well and generously left us an incomparable body of poetry, the finest in Spanish in this century.” Frank MacShane, The New York Times Book Review
Late and Posthumous Poems: 1968-1974
978-0-8021-3145-4 • $14.00 • Paperback • Oct. 1988
This superb bilingual anthology highlights the posthumous legacy of Pablo Neruda, the great Chilean poet and Nobel laureate, who left a vast body of unpublished work when he died in 1973. Ben Belitt, a distinguished poet in his own right, is widely regarded as the leading translator of Neruda into English. Here he has given us a Neruda as fecund and engaged as ever, ceaselessly spinning the strands of his great, seamless life’s work.