Neruda: Life and Work
Program #NERP002. Recorded in Boulder, CO on October 24, 1983.
This sound portrait of Pablo Neruda (1904-1973) traces his Nobel Prize-winning career and includes readings from his memoirs and some of his greatest poems from his masterwork Canto General including bi-lingual readings of "La Huelga," "Los Dictadores," "Reciben Ordenes" and "La United Fruit Company." You also hear Victor Jara, Inti-Illimani, Maria Farandouri and Quilapayun singing some of his poems. Neruda said, “Poetry is like bread. It should be shared by all.”
With the participation of Laura Marshall, Laura Pena and Jose Urrutia. Produced and hosted by David Barsamian as part of his Ganges to the Nile series on KGNU.
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