Love, Art, Politics and Two Tenors
STEPHEN TAPSCOTT probes the evolution of Antonio Skármeta's novel about Pablo Neruda, Il Postino, into an Oscar-winning film. The book has now inspired an opera by Daniel Catán, which bows at Los Angeles Opera this month.
When he stepped up to the podium to accept the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1971, Pablo Neruda was arguably the most famous literary figure in the world — a poet revered from Latin America to Moscow t...
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