After openly denouncing the president of Chile in 1948, Pablo Neruda was declared an enemy of his own country. Despite being forced into exile for three years, Neruda maintained his political views. Nothing could deter Neruda from these beliefs or his most celebrated passion—poetry. Author Jodie A. Shull explores the life of this talented writer from his childhood in the Chilean rainforests to winning the Nobel Prize for Literature.
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