The general anthology of Pablo Neruda is part of the commemorative collection of popular editions that drive the SAR and the Association of Spanish Language Academies and published in Spain and Latin America under the Alfaguara imprint.
The compilation of the essential work of Neruda has been undertaken by academic Chilean Hernán Loyola, who has managed to refine an excellent guide to follow, in twelve chapters, the creative adventure of the great poet. Thus, the text of the Anthology generally preceded by a series of analysis that begins Jorge Edwards (Chilean Academy) with a personal testimony, a chronicle of the last stage of life of the great poet. They also write about different aspects of life and work of Pablo Neruda: Alain Sicard (Cuban Academy), Selena Millares (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid), Henan Loyola himself, Marco Martos Carrera (President of the Peruvian Academy), Jose Luis Vega (Director of the Puerto Rican Academy) Pere Gimferrer (Royal Spanish Academy), Andres Garcia (Chilean Academy), Francisco Brines (Royal Spanish Academy) and Eduardo Lizalde (Academia Mexicana).
This anthology includes an unpublished text Neruda: Chronicle of San Pancho, a curious letter in which Neruda wanted to thank protection in 1948 gave him a family while being chased by his politics.