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Works by Pablo Neruda

Works by Pablo Neruda

Pablo Neruda’s selected work: 1923 – Crepusculario – Book of Twilight 1924 – Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada.  Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair. Poem. 1924 – Paginas escogidas de Anatole France. Anthology. 1926 – Tentativa del hombre infinito.  The Trying of Infinite Man. Santiago: Nascimento 1926 – Anillos. Rings. Poem. Santiago: Nascimento. 1926 – El habitante y su esperanza. The Habitant and his hope. Prose. Santiago: Nascimento. 1933 – El hondero entusiasta. Santiago: Empresa Letras. 1933 – … Read entire article »

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Arts and Literature in Chile

Arts and Literature in Chile

Chile has a remarkable record of artistic and literary achievement considering its relatively small population. Social and political circumstances have had a strong impact on inspiring groups of artists to protest against policies of the regime and rousing strong emotions which translated into works of art and cultural achievement in different fields. Art in Chile works as a reflection that safeguards the cultural heritage of the country. The conquest of Chile by the Spanish and the … Read entire article »

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Chile Holidays and Festivals

Chile Holidays and Festivals

Chile’s holidays and festivals have their roots in historical events and religion. Religion plays an important part in Chilean’s lives, some of Chile’s most important celebrations are based on religion beliefs combining Spanish and Indian tradition. Chileans honor Catholic saints with festivals that usually include processions in which religious statues are carried on the streets, people wear traditional brightly colored costumes and dance to folk music. To recognize the increasing importance of the Evangelical and … Read entire article »

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Discover Chile

Discover Chile

Chile has established itself as an economic power in South America and a political leader in the continent.  Following liberal economic reform and social activism Chile has managed to reduce the gap between the rich and the poor, it is far from eliminated but was able to expand its middle class bringing prosperity to more Chileans. Along with greater economic status Chileans have become better educated and more involved in politics demanding a more representative … Read entire article »

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