It's a story from another time. From a century in which poets were still at the forefront of social and political movements. From a Cold War in which regimes were so afraid of poetic words that they violently eliminated their creators. It revolves around a man who is still the most famous in his country: Nobel Prize winner Pablo Neruda from Chile.
More precisely: about his death on September 23, 1973.
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