History Creator / PabloNeruda

12th Sep '15 11:47:21 PM nombretomado
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His poems tend to be very erotic, surrealistic, historical or even political (guess on which side of the political spectrum), and a lot of them are known worldwide. He won the NobelPrizeInLiterature a couple of years before his death.

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His poems tend to be very erotic, surrealistic, historical or even political (guess on which side of the political spectrum), and a lot of them are known worldwide. He won the NobelPrizeInLiterature UsefulNotes/NobelPrizeInLiterature a couple of years before his death.
20th May '15 8:31:48 AM LordGro
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-->-- '''Pablo Neruda''' (and '''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Lisa Simpson]]''')

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-->-- '''Pablo Neruda''' (and '''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Lisa Simpson]]''')
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19th May '15 12:24:26 PM LordGro
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Some works made by the poet are:

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Some works made by the this poet are:
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19th May '15 12:24:04 PM LordGro
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His penname Neruda came from the Czech poet Jan Neruda. Who knows about Pablo (TheOtherWiki says it could be from Paul Verlaine).

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His penname pen name Neruda came from the Czech poet Jan Neruda. Who knows about Pablo (TheOtherWiki says it could be from Paul Verlaine).
19th May '15 12:23:27 PM LordGro
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[[caption-width-right:340:Smoking from [[GoodSmokingEvilSmoking a pipe]] and wearing a NiceHat… How more intellectual can you get?]]

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[[caption-width-right:340:Smoking from [[GoodSmokingEvilSmoking a pipe]] and wearing a NiceHat… How more intellectual can you get?]]
19th May '15 12:21:29 PM LordGro
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His poems tend to be very erotic, surrealistic, historical or even political (guess on which side of the political spectrum), and a lot of them are known worldwide. He even won the NobelPrizeInLiterature a couple of years before his death.

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His poems tend to be very erotic, surrealistic, historical or even political (guess on which side of the political spectrum), and a lot of them are known worldwide. He even won the NobelPrizeInLiterature a couple of years before his death.
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His penname Neruda came from the Czech poet Jan Neruda. Who knows about Pablo (TheOtherWiki says it could be from Paul Verlaine).




By the way, if you ask, his penname Neruda came from the Czech poet Jan Neruda. Who knows about Pablo (TheOtherWiki says it could be from Paul Verlaine, though).
19th May '15 12:19:47 PM LordGro
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* ConstantlyCurious: His ''Book of Questions'' deals with him asking all kinds of stuff (metaphorical and nonsensical).



* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: ''Incitement to [[RichardNixon Nixon]]icide''.
19th May '15 12:17:10 PM LordGro
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!!Tropes associated with him:

* ArchEnemy: He had a very personal animosity towards Chilean President Gabriel González Videla (if you read his poems insulting the president, even without naming him, you can be sure Neruda is talking about him). This, because González Videla passed a law that made the Communist Party illegal, despite the fact that he won the election ''only'' thanks to their support[[note]]Initially, the communists were given places on the cabinet. However, they still felt shortchanged and, with the climate of the Cold War above them, were losing participation in the government. They tried to protest being as unsupportive as possible inside the government and he responded ''banning the whole part''[[/note]]. Neruda even capaigned for him during the election period.

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!!Tropes associated with him:

* ArchEnemy: He had a very personal animosity towards Chilean President Gabriel González Videla (if you read his poems insulting the president, even without naming him, you can be sure Neruda is talking about him). This, because González Videla passed a law that made the Communist Party illegal, despite the fact that he won the election ''only'' thanks to their support[[note]]Initially, the communists were given places on the cabinet. However, they still felt shortchanged and, with the climate of the Cold War above them, were losing participation
in the government. They tried to protest being as unsupportive as possible inside the government and he responded ''banning the whole part''[[/note]]. Neruda even capaigned for him during the election period.Pablo Neruda's work:



* BadassBoast: “Look around. There’s only one thing of danger for you here: poetry.” The fact that he said it to the armed forces searching through his house makes it even more badass.
* BigFancyHouse: Three of them, actually, all in different cities. You can visit them if you want.
** More exactly, two of them ("La Sebastiana" and "La Chascona") are in Valparaíso and Santiago respectively. The third is in Isla Negra (and it's named after the place), a small coastal area. The three are open for tourist visits, and they're ''very'' famous.
* TheCasanova
* CollectorOfTheStrange: To name a few:
** Cards
** Ties
** Houses



* DeadpanSnarker
* [[DirtyCommunists Dirty Communist]]: That’s how the CIA saw him.
* DistinguishedGentlemansPipe
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
-->''“I want to do with you what spring does with the cherry trees.”''
* NiceHat: Never left home without it.

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* DeadpanSnarker
* [[DirtyCommunists Dirty Communist]]: That’s how the CIA saw him.
* DistinguishedGentlemansPipe
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
-->''“I
%%* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: %% Zero Context Example. Quote means nothing without context
%%-->''“I
want to do with you what spring does with the cherry trees.”''
* NiceHat: Never left home without it.
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* RuleOfThree: He had three women on his life: his first wife Maryka (mother of his IllGirl daughter, Malva Marina), his second wife Delia del Carril, and the singer and nurse Matilde Urrutia.
** He had 3 houses in Chile: La Chascona in Santiago, La Sebastiana in Valparaíso, and his most famous one in Isla Negra.
** He also died three days after being hospitalized because of his long-time cancer.
* {{Sonnet}}
* TheWorldIsJustAwesome
* WordSaladTitle

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* RuleOfThree: He had three women on his life: his first wife Maryka (mother of his IllGirl daughter, Malva Marina), his second wife Delia del Carril, and the singer and nurse Matilde Urrutia.
** He had 3 houses in Chile: La Chascona in Santiago, La Sebastiana in Valparaíso, and his most famous one in Isla Negra.
** He also died three days after being hospitalized because of his long-time cancer.
* {{Sonnet}}
* TheWorldIsJustAwesome
* WordSaladTitle
%%* WordSaladTitle %% Zero Context
4th May '14 7:14:50 PM JVild
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** He had 3 houses in Chile: La Chascona in Santiago, La Sebastiana in Valparaíso, and his most famous one in Isla Negra.
5th Oct '13 3:46:02 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ArchEnemy: He had a very personal animosity towards Chilean President Gabriel González Videla (if you read his poems insulting the president, even without naming him, you can be sure Neruda is talking about him). This, because González Videla passed a law that made the Communist Party illegal, despite the fact that he won the election ''only'' thanks to their support[[hottip:*:Initially, the communists were given places on the cabinet. However, they still felt shortchanged and, with the climate of the Cold War above them, were losing participation in the government. They tried to protest being as unsupportive as possible inside the government and he responded ''banning the whole part'']]. Neruda even capaigned for him during the election period.

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* ArchEnemy: He had a very personal animosity towards Chilean President Gabriel González Videla (if you read his poems insulting the president, even without naming him, you can be sure Neruda is talking about him). This, because González Videla passed a law that made the Communist Party illegal, despite the fact that he won the election ''only'' thanks to their support[[hottip:*:Initially, support[[note]]Initially, the communists were given places on the cabinet. However, they still felt shortchanged and, with the climate of the Cold War above them, were losing participation in the government. They tried to protest being as unsupportive as possible inside the government and he responded ''banning the whole part'']].part''[[/note]]. Neruda even capaigned for him during the election period.
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