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Where In the World is Pablo Neruda?. A geography quiz on Chile’s most famous poet and the places he lived. Pablo Neruda 1904-1973.

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Where In the World is Pablo Neruda?

A geography quiz on Chile’s most famous poet and the places he lived.


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Pablo Neruda1904-1973


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Ask any Chilean who is the best poet in the world and without a doubt, they will say, “Neruda”. Even 30 years after his death, his love poems are still memorized and immortalized. Many of his poems reflect the culture, history and geography of Chile as well as other Latin American countries. His ode to common things are still fresh and entertaining today as they were when he wrote them.


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What influenced his poetry and eventually his politics was being assigned to Chilean consulates around the world. To give diplomatic posts to writers and especially to poets, was a typical Chilean function as it was felt that when diplomacy mattered the most, writers and poets would be the best as putting it into words.


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Here are the highlights of his political career in the form of a geography quiz.

Just where in the world WAS Pablo Neruda?


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1. Parrall, Chile is best known for being : of a geography quiz.

a. The Atacama Desert

b. The birthplace of Pablo Neruda

c. The last home of Pablo Neruda

d. The party capital of Chile


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1. Parrall, Chile is best known as: of a geography quiz.

Answer

b. The birthplace of Pablo Neruda


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2. Pablo Neruda’s first international experience was the of a geography quiz.

assignment to the Chilean consulate in this southeastern

Asian country that is now known by another name.

In the 1920’s this country was known as:

a. Burma

c. Bhutan

d. Bahrain

b. Bangladesh


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Answer of a geography quiz.

2. Pablo Neruda’s first international experience was the assignment to the Chilean consulate in this southeastern Asian country that has now known by another name. In the 1920’s this country was formerly known as:

a. Burma


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a. Venezuela

C Argentina

d. Ecuador

b. Columbia


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Answer Federico Garcia Lorca while working at the consulate there. This country that is a neighbor to Chile is:

  • In 1933, he returned to South America where he met the poet Federico Garcia Lorca while working at the consulate there.

  • This country that is a neighbor to Chile is:

C. Argentina


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4. His next diplomatic assignment was to this volatile European country. His outspoken Loyalist sympathies during this country’s Civil War caused him to be recalled

to Chile in 1937. While there he was very much affected by the murder of his friend, the poet, Garcia Lorca. This civil war tore apart which country?

a. Italy

c. France

b. Portugal

d. Spain


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4. His next diplomatic assignment was to this volatile European country. His outspoken Loyalist sympathies during this country’s Civil War caused him to be recalled

to Chile in 1937. While there he was very much affected by the murder of his friend, the poet, Garcia Lorca. This civil war tore apart which country?

d. Spain


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5. In Neruda’s opinion “the noblest mission I have ever undertaken” was in 1938, when he worked in this European capital to provide transportation of over

2,000 Spanish refugees new homes in Chile. This capital city is:

a. Munich, Germany

c. Southampton, England

b. Paris, France

d. Barcelona, Spain


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Answer undertaken” was in 1938, when he worked in this European capital to provide transportation of over

5. In Neruda’s opinion “the noblest mission I have ever undertaken” was in 1938, when he worked in this European capital to provide transportation of over

2,000 Spanish refugees new homes in Chile. This capital city is:

b. Paris, France


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  • 6. After returning to Chile in 1938, he was named as the undertaken” was in 1938, when he worked in this European capital to provide transportation of over

  • consulate in this northern Latin American country for the

  • next four years. There he met the Nobel Prize winning

  • author, Octavio Paz but also became

  • Involved in the 1940 assassination of Leon Trotsky.

  • This country is:

a. Mexico

c. Guatemala

d. Columbia

b. Honduras


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Answer undertaken” was in 1938, when he worked in this European capital to provide transportation of over

  • 6. After returning to Chile in 1938, he was named as the

  • consulate in this northern Latin American country for the

  • next four years. There he met the Nobel Prize winning

  • author, Octavio Paz but also became Involved in the

  • 1940 assassination of Leon Trotsky.

  • This country is:

a. Mexico


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7 .In 1943,he returned to Chile, and during this time, undertaken” was in 1938, when he worked in this European capital to provide transportation of over

he visited what is now a nearby UNESCO world heritage site. From this visit he wrote book-length poem

on ancient American cultures. While he celebrated the monumental achievements, he also condemned the slavery that made it possible. This well known site is called:

a. Chichen Itza

c.Teotihuacan

b. Tikal

d. Machu Picchu


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7. In 1943,he returned to Chile, and during this time, undertaken” was in 1938, when he worked in this European capital to provide transportation of over

he visited what is now a nearby UNESCO world heritage site. From this visit he wrote book-length poem

on ancient American cultures. While he celebrated the monumental achievements, he also condemned the slavery that made it possible. This well known site is called:

d. Machu Picchu


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  • His admiration for communism began in the 1930’s during the Spanish Civil War in opposition of the rise of Franco and fascism. He particularly admired Stalin because of his help in ending World War II. In 1946, he was forced to flee Chile prior to his arrest for being a communist and supporting labor unions. He spent many years in exile in Mexico, Europe and this Central American country.

a. Guatemala

c. Cuba

b. Columbia

d. Panama


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Answer the Spanish Civil War in opposition of the rise of Franco and fascism. He particularly admired Stalin because of his help in ending World War II. In 1946, he was forced to flee Chile prior to his arrest for being a communist and supporting labor unions. He spent many years in exile in Mexico, Europe and this Central American country.

  • His admiration for communism began in the 1930’s during the Spanish Civil War in opposition of the rise of Franco and fascism. He particularly admired Stalin because of his help in ending World War II. In 1946, he was forced to flee Chile prior to his arrest for being a communist and supporting labor unions. He spent many years in exile in Mexico, Europe and this Central American country.

a. Guatemala


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  • 9. After years of writing poetry, influenced by his world the Spanish Civil War in opposition of the rise of Franco and fascism. He particularly admired Stalin because of his help in ending World War II. In 1946, he was forced to flee Chile prior to his arrest for being a communist and supporting labor unions. He spent many years in exile in Mexico, Europe and this Central American country.

  • travels, his political convictions and his love of humanity,

  • he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971.

  • He was the second Chilean poet to receive this honor, the

  • first being his former teacher, Gabrielle Mistral. He traveled to

  • what world capital to receive this medal?

a. Tokyo

c. Stockholm

d. Rome

b. Washington, D.C.


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Answer the Spanish Civil War in opposition of the rise of Franco and fascism. He particularly admired Stalin because of his help in ending World War II. In 1946, he was forced to flee Chile prior to his arrest for being a communist and supporting labor unions. He spent many years in exile in Mexico, Europe and this Central American country.

  • 9. After years of writing poetry, influenced by his world

  • travels, his political convictions and his love of humanity,

  • he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971.

  • He was the second Chilean poet to receive this honor, the

  • first being his former teacher, Gabrielle Mistral. He traveled to

  • what world capital to receive this medal?

c .Stockholm


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10. In 1970, he was nominated as a candidate for the the Spanish Civil War in opposition of the rise of Franco and fascism. He particularly admired Stalin because of his help in ending World War II. In 1946, he was forced to flee Chile prior to his arrest for being a communist and supporting labor unions. He spent many years in exile in Mexico, Europe and this Central American country.

presidency of Chile. Instead he gave his support to Salvador Allende who appointed Neruda

Ambassador to France (1970-2) He retuned to Chile

because of failing health and died in his home, La Chascona in 1973. This was one of three homes he had in Chile and it is located in the capital which is:

a. La Serena

c. Arica

b. Putre

d. Santiago


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Answer the Spanish Civil War in opposition of the rise of Franco and fascism. He particularly admired Stalin because of his help in ending World War II. In 1946, he was forced to flee Chile prior to his arrest for being a communist and supporting labor unions. He spent many years in exile in Mexico, Europe and this Central American country.

10. In 1970, he was nominated as a candidate for the

presidency of Chile. Instead he gave his support to Salvador Allende who appointed Neruda

Ambassador to France (1970-2) He retuned to Chile

because of failing health and died in his home, La Chascona in 1973. This was one of three homes he had in Chile and it is located in the capital which is:

d. Santiago


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National Geographic Standard: 6: How Culture and the Spanish Civil War in opposition of the rise of Franco and fascism. He particularly admired Stalin because of his help in ending World War II. In 1946, he was forced to flee Chile prior to his arrest for being a communist and supporting labor unions. He spent many years in exile in Mexico, Europe and this Central American country.

Experience Influence People’s Perceptions of

Places and Regions

  • Explain why places and regions are important to individual human

  • Identity and as symbols for unifying or fragmenting society.

Interpret how people express attachment to places and regions through

Literature; essays, novels, poems, short stories, films and music


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6. Consul in the Spanish Civil War in opposition of the rise of Franco and fascism. He particularly admired Stalin because of his help in ending World War II. In 1946, he was forced to flee Chile prior to his arrest for being a communist and supporting labor unions. He spent many years in exile in Mexico, Europe and this Central American country. Mexico

5. Helps Spanish refugees in France

4. Consul in Spain

9. Nobel Prize in Stockholm, Sweden

Traveled to Soviet Union while in exile.

Visits Cuba

7. Writes about Machu Picchu

Visited China

Served in the Consul in Sri Lanka and Java, also.

2. Consul in Burma

1. + 10. Born and died in Chile

3. Consul in Argentina

8. Exile in Guatemala


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Geographic Standards: the Spanish Civil War in opposition of the rise of Franco and fascism. He particularly admired Stalin because of his help in ending World War II. In 1946, he was forced to flee Chile prior to his arrest for being a communist and supporting labor unions. He spent many years in exile in Mexico, Europe and this Central American country.

Standard 4:  The physical and human characteristics of place.

Iowa Core Curriculum:

Geography 2: Understand how geography and human characteristics create culture and define regions.


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Prepared by Ileana Gonzalez and Chris Joslin, 2009 the Spanish Civil War in opposition of the rise of Franco and fascism. He particularly admired Stalin because of his help in ending World War II. In 1946, he was forced to flee Chile prior to his arrest for being a communist and supporting labor unions. He spent many years in exile in Mexico, Europe and this Central American country.

With gratitude to the Geographic Alliance of Iowa and the Fulbright-Hays Project Abroad to Chile, 2009.

The contents of this PowerPoint were developed under a grant from the Fulbright Hays projects “GPA”, U.S Education. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.


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