Pablo Neruda's house in Santiago, Chile has been preserved as a museum, called La Chascona. I asked Javier Ormeño Bustos to explain how travel shaped the great poet's life ... and hope listening like this evaporates borders. Special thanks to the musician, Dana Boulé.
You can learn more about the events described in this episode at the following links:
The general context and implications of the Spanish refugees in France:
A testimony in English by one of the refugees, Elena Castedo:
Some articles of Winnipeg on wikipedia:
A very good site on the Winnipeg, curated by the National Library of Chile:
An article by Neruda himself on the Winnipeg.