Then Come Back: The Lost Poems of Pablo Neruda Translated by Forrest Gander, Copper Canyon Press

Never-before seen poems by Pablo Neruda from recently discovered manuscripts. Includes holographic copies, notes, and more.

Translation of introduction, prose, and notes by LIZZIE DAVIS.
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Reviewed in New Statesman:

One of the poetry events of the year, oddly overlooked here, was surely the publication of Then Come Back: The Lost Neruda Poems (Bloodaxe), translated by the leading American poet Forrest Gander and handsomely presented with bilingual text and holographs. Discovered in 2014 and issued in the US last year, these are emphatically not literary leftovers, and they give us Pablo Neruda at his full emotional and imaginative stretch. — Fiona Sampson