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Pablo Neruda
Nobel Prize Winner Pablo Neruda Original Sonnet IV Document-100 Sonnets Of Love
Condition: Very Good. Pablo Neruda Original Manuscript From 100 Sonnets Of Love 1955-58. Condition is Very Good. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. This is an original manuscript of sonnet number 4 from 100 Sonnets Of Love by Pablo Neruda about his third wife Matilde Urrutia Cerda. The poet is from Chili and he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971. I have done research on it and found out that this particular poem has been published in both Spanish and English Sonnet # IV in a collection Titled "Cien Sonetos de Amor" published in 1959 in Argentina dedicated to his third wife Matilde Urrutia Cerda. In English "100 Sonnets of Love" was published in 1986 by Stephen Tapscott and recognized as the most extensive and acclaimed curious thing is that, according to the manuscript, one of the adjectives used to describe nature's scents/fragrance is different in the published versions. I am referring to the word "irascible". "Irascible" means "irritating", hardly a way to describe a fragrance. By carefully examining the original manuscript, I was able to discern that the adjective used is actually "inasible" which means "ungrapable" which is a better way to describe a fragrance, (unable to hold, grasp, grab). However, "irascible" may have been a last minute change by Neruda himself??? med translation. There are several other translations such as one published in 2004 by Gustavo Escobedo. The origin of this manuscript was found within the 1964 edition of 100 Sonnets Of Love at my great aunts house on April 10 2005. My great aunt was a graduate student in NYC 1959 where … [Click Below for Full Description]
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