Tonight I Can Write (the saddest lines)

IB English A Literature: Tonight I Can Write (the saddest lines)

This poem from Neruda"s first collection, Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair, is a good starting point as it is one of his most famous love poems and it also addresses the process and purpose of writing poetry. The following lesson ideas/activities can of course be adapted and/or implemented in a different way. As most of the poem is written in self-contained couplets, it does lend itself to the gradual, fragmented...


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