By Pablo Neruda
Cúspide, desde los angeles perspectiva de los angeles plenitud de l. a. edad, de l. a. poesía amorosa nerudiana, estos Cien sonetos de amor sorprenden ante todo por el contraste entre los angeles palpitación de los angeles palabra y l. a. imagen, y los angeles deliberada elección de una desnudez que rehúye los prestigios sonoros o constructivos del soneto clásico. «Con mucha humildad—escribe Neruda—hice estos sonetos de madera, les di esta opaca y pura substancia», que contrapone a las «rimas que sonaron como platería, cristal o cañonazo» de los poetas que anteriormente abordaron el soneto. Del mismo modo, es evitado el principio del mantenimiento de un patrón métrico y rítmico invariable, y, con mayor razón todavía, l. a. estructura silogística y simétrica en los angeles exposición de lo contenido en cuartetos y tercetos. Pero este despojamiento voluntario es un medio para dejar expedita los angeles más soberana libertad en los angeles visión: se conquista una nueva y poderosa cohesión, los angeles de una palabra de tierra, agua, aire y llama, l. a. de una voz que es el steel y el elemento y oye el latido de un mundo en el latido del cuerpo amado. Himno a lo tangible, el amor en Neruda es también vía de acceso a l. a. fusión con el núcleo último donde l. a. conciencia reconoce su ser en el ser del mundo.
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I’ve always rather liked it, actually; it makes me think of engravings and grayscales and all sorts of things to do with printing, but I doubt that has anything to do with the real history—but then history isn’t real anyway, is it? I’m starting my inquiries at the crown pub of the town, The Three Daws, crowded on a Friday at 8pm. What do I think of it? I think it’s pretty morbid actually. Hopeful? No, I don’t really see how you could think of it as hopeful. Though it’s better than Black Heath, I guess.
Which train do you take? The one marked Gravesend—and don’t worry, you can’t miss it. It’s the end of the line. Can I ask you a question? ) Are you from Australia? No, from San Francisco. Can I ask you a question? What do you think of the name Gravesend? Horrible says one. Don’t know, says the other, I’ve lived here all my life, and I’ve never really thought about it. You know why it’s called that? Because so many people were buried here during the war. Which war? The war. Enormous container ships float by in the background, headed for the docks at Tillbury across the river.
If the grave would end, if all were a choir, if the mansion shattered, and a woman coming up the stairs disappeared. We see her all the time. She’s usually calling out a name, but as soon as she sees us, she stops and looks afraid. If you go up to the Railroad Tavern and look round the side, you’ll see three graves lined up against the wall—those are the last three people to die of the plague. You know, we’re mentioned in Dickens. The Three Daws Tavern is mentioned by name. Can’t remember why; it’s something to do with tunnels.