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Nicanor Parra, who Pablo Neruda called ‘the man who fought the sigh,’ brought poetry down to earth. In Parra’s poems, which he himself calls ‘antipoems,’ we find mundane objects, everyday expressions, and characters who speak without really knowing what they are saying. His verses, stripped of ornament, in good and bad humor, with nerve and elegance, have a way of making you think of nothing less than the meaning of life.
Nicanor Parra hizo que la poesía bajara a la tierra. En sus poemas, que él llama “antipoemas”, encontramos versos llenos de cotidianidad y desprovistos de ornamentos, que muchas veces hacen pensar –con buen y mal humor, con desparpajo y elegancia– en el sentido mismo de la vida.
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