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This biographical study illuminates numerous aspects of Pablo Neruda’s life, including the Rimbaud and Verlaine-inspired poems on delirium in his “Residence on Earth”, which was triggered by culture shock when he served as consul in Burma, Ceylon, and Indonesia; poems about the Spanish Civil War and the death of his friend García Lorca; his joining the Communist Party; his escape through Buenos Aires to Paris; and his paeans to Stalin.
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