Gabriel Garcia Marquez' "One Hundred Years Of Solitude" Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Gabriel Garcia Marquez' "One Hundred Years Of Solitude"
This paper discusses Gabriel Garcia Marquez' novel "One Hundred Years Of Solitude", a symbolic reflection of Colombia, style, magic realism, characters, structure and plot.
# 21999 | 1,350 words | 3 sources | 1995 | US
Published on Mar 12, 2003 in Literature (World) , English (Analysis)


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"In his novel One Hundred Years of Solitude, Gabriel Garcia Marquez has the town of Macondo serve as a symbolic representation of Colombia, the author's own country. This is a novel with a broad view of human nature, using the landscape of a town and its history as background. The novel tells the history of the town of Macondo and details that history through six generations of the descendants of the founder of the town, Jos? Arcadio Buendia. This history is also a history of national decline, and Marquez extends the metaphor of Macondo not only to Colombia but to the world as a whole. He accomplishes this in a novel making use of fantastic elements told in a matter-of-fact way that helps the reader accept them and that connects them more firmly to the real world, and Marquez uses the technique of foreshadowing to link periods in the history of Macondo and to ... "

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