Nicola Bottiglieri

The houses of Pablo Neruda

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We can define Neruda’s Chilean houses as “poems written with stonesµ. Each house is a poem in which the words of the verses are the extravagant objects that he collected in various parts of the world. The house on Isla Negra, which was not sacked by Pinochet’s military, contains the intimate essence of his native country, Chile


  • Chile
  • Houses
  • Isla Negra
  • Stones
  • Collector


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