Pablo Neruda

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Dogs go through stages in their life, just as people do. Photograph: Getty Images.

Dogs go through stages in their life, just as people do, as is obvious to anyone who has watched their stiff-legged, white-muzzled companion rouse the(...)

Austin Abrams and Lili Reinhart in Chemical Hearts

The latest premiere from Amazon Prime concerns a sensitive young man’s interactions with an equally sensitive – if somewhat less inhibited – young col(...)

“You can’t separate art from politics,” says Gael García Bernal. “Art doesn’t happen in isolation. Every movie or piece of art takes a political stanc(...)

 Gael García Bernal, who plays officer Oscar Peluchonneau.

There is more talking in Pablo Larraín’s beautiful, frustrating new film than there was in the same director’s Jackie, but somehow Neruda doesn’t get (...)

Valentine’s Day arrives in the nick of time to remind us that spring is around the corner

Whoever made the decision to celebrate St Valentine’s Day in February was a genius. The mid-winter feast of Christmas helps us through the darkest day(...)

‘Given the good feeling between the two countries, and the new working holiday visa on offer, there couldn’t be a better time for Irish people to consider spending a year here.’

A recent visit to Ireland by Chile’s foreign minister Heraldo Muñoz led to several important developments in relations between the two countries. An a(...)

I came to Runmarö to meet a peculiar entomologist with a gift for digression, and to try to understand the secret life of the Baltic island he has (...)

Pablo Neruda, famed for his passionate love poems and staunch communist views, is presumed to have died of cancer days after a coup in 1973 that ushered in the brutal dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.

Spanish researchers investigating the early 1970s death of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda to determine if he was poisoned, have found no conclusive evidenc(...)

Shambaugh House, where many International Writing Programme events take place. Photograph courtesy IWP

There’s a lot of idle chatter about writers and their terror of the blank page, but for many of us the real enemy is too much clutter. How can (...)

A woman licks a statue of Sancho Panza underneath a state of Don Quixote at a monument that honours Miguel de Cervantes, one of Spain’s most important literary figures and author of the famous novel, Don Quixote, at Madrid’s Plaza de Espana. Photograph: Susana Vera / Reuters

He may be one of Spain’s literary heroes, but during his life four centuries ago, Miguel de Cervantes could have been considered something of “(...)

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