A year after the death of Pablo Neruda, in 1973, was published Book of questions, one of the "best" poems of the Chilean Nobel Prize in which he queried his life and the world, and which is now included in a specially illustrated collection.
"Who can I ask what I came to do in this world? Why did I move without asking, why can not I move? Why do I move without wheels, flying without wings or feathers, and what did I get out if my bones live in the Chile? "Wondered Neruda (1904-1973), the poet who was born and died in the T-Sile who lived in countries like Spain, France or Mexico.
The book, which now publishes Seix Barral, & # 39; brings together a collection of verses that created the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971 throughout his life with one fascinating resource, the continuing question, which works with the book of the poems by "a real shingle and a free tone" .
"It's a very original poetry book and it's very appealing. It's very important for Neruda in the sense that the images, shades and colors that are ; featured in the well-known verses as the Neruda image, "said Teresa Bailach, editor of Seix Barral, who has brought back years author
Although it combines the elements of its work; poet, Book of questions It's "very different" for that game that's a n "#; Raising all poems based on questions that are sometimes "crazy", as when he asks "Why are trees that hide hidden in their roots?" no "Why is Christopher Columbus Can not Find Spain?" He said.
This work, first published in 1974, is now designed by Maria Guitart (Barcelona, 1978), which is not only "conversation" with the meaning of the verses of Chilean poet but it is also designed.
In 74 chapters, Neruda raised questions about his life, dreams, death, history, sea, animals, rivers, seasons, the sky, stars or characters such as Baudelaire, José Martí, Paul Éluard or Petrarca.