Pablo Neruda: There’s no Forgetting

by SF

Pablo Neruda was often called the “poet of enslaved humanity.� Politically active, he served in the Chilean Senate as part of the Chilean Communist Party in the 1940s and was Chile’s ambassador to France in the 1970s. Many of Neruda’s poems speak out against oppression and advocate social reform. An actor recites this anguish-ridden excerpt from Neruda’s 1935 poem There’s No Forgetting (Sonata) here