Nyack Public Library Hosts Lecture by Nyack Dean
April is National Poetry Month and Nyack College's own Dr. Fernando Arzola, Jr, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and associate professor of religion will be the featured speaker on the work of Pablo Neruda. “Passion, Politics, Poetry: The Life and Writings of Pablo Neruda" will be presented on Tuesday, April 15, 7:00 pm at the Nyack Public Library located at 59 South Broadway, Nyack NY 10960.
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 several of his poems and excerpts from his memoirs. Pablo Neruda's passion for life, justice and love are in full display in his phenomenal work.
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