This suite of thirty poems is Neruda's last love song to the
Earth. When he wrote these poems he was dying of cancer, and as the
title suggests he addresses not ordinary stones, but cosmic ones:
stones that reconcile immobile permanence and the clarity of
spiritual flight. When the poet meets his crystallized self, the
encounter "takes on an eerie brilliance"-"The Village Voice."
Bilingual with introduction.
"An excellent bilingual editon."-"Choice"
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