After publishing Pablo Neruda, it was published in 1973 Question Book, The most "happy" of the Chilean Nobel Prize, who questioned his life and world, and is now re-published in a special illustrated collection.
"Who asked what I did in this world? Why do I move around unintentionally, why I can not move? Why do I ride on wheels, fly without wings or feathers and what do I want to convey if my bones live in Chile?" Wonderful Neruda (1904 -1973), born in Chile and died poet. Spain, France or Mexico.
The volume published by Seix Barral includes a collection of verses, with the only literary means, a continuous question, a book of poems "a very tune book and free."
"It is a very original poetry book, and it is really very famous. Neruda is very characteristic in this sense, the images, metaphors and colors of the verses are very popular as Neruda's imagination," said Teresa Bailach, editor of Seix Barral. author.
Although it contains elements of poetry, Question Book It is "very different" to build some poems based on "crazy people" in this game, "Why do trees hide the roots of their roots?" or "Why is Christopher Columbus"? Can not find Spain? "He said.
This mortal work illustrates the original edition published in 1974, María Guitart (Barcelona, 1978). He has "interviewed" with the meaning of the verses from Chilean poets, but also represents it.
In 74 chapters, Neruda poses questions about his life, dreams, death, history, sea, animals, rivers, seasons, sky, stars, or characters such as Baudelaire, José Martí, Paul Éluard or Petrarca.