Posted on 04/20/2022 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Here's some National Poetry Month content for the younger crowd — but like the Colm Tóibín interview, it involves more than black text on a white page.
For the first time, Pablo Neruda’s Libro de las Preguntas (or Book of Questions) is available with full-color illustrations.
Joyce Maynard reviews this latest work, which includes thirty-nine of the original seventy-four questions in both the original Spanish and a new English translation, for the New York Times.
And in that review, she tries to answer not Neruda's questions, but the issue of which ages or maturity level would most appreciate this "gorgeous" edition of Book of Questions.
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