The Work of Pablo Neruda Showcased at Nyack NYC
Today at 5:15 p.m. on the Nyack NYC campus, Dr. Fernando Arzola will be the featured speaker on “Passion, Politics, Poetry: The Life and Writings of Pablo Neruda." His presentation will take place at “The Pavilion (Room 2130) at 2 Washington Street in Manhattan.
Pablo Neruda’s passion for life, justice and love are in full display in his poetry and writings. During this presentation. Dr. Arzola will briefly examine the life of a man considered “the most influential poet in the Spanish language." The voice of Neruda will be heard in the reading of his poems and excerpts from his memoirs.
Dr. Arzola is Dean of the Arts & Sciences and Associate Professor of Religion.
This event is sponsored by the Men of Letters. Click here to learn more.
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