Imagen y simbología de la mujer fragmentada en Pablo Neruda’s Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada

Jazly Pizzuti, Carmen Canete-Quesada

Abstract


“Imagen y simbología de la mujer
fragmentada en Pablo Neruda’s Veinte poemas de amor
y una canción desesperada” [Image and Symbology of
the Fragmented Woman in Pablo Neruda’s Twenty Love
Poems and a Song of Despair] explores the different ways
in which the female body is constructed and represented
in literature, specifically focusing on the objectification
of the female body as a platform to devalue women and
concurrently exert male supremacy. The purpose of this
essay is to analyze the literary imagery that is being used
in Pablo Neruda’s poetry in relation to women and their
bodies, and his reasons for representing fragments of a
woman, invisible female characters, or women made into
objects.


Keywords


Pablo Neruda; literary imagery; symbology;

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