One Hundred Years of Solitude

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One Hundred Years of Solitude

encompasses the sweep of Latin American history. [Lat. Am. Lit.: Gabriel Garcia Marquez One Hundred Years of Solitude in Weiss, 336]
See: Epic
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Pocos dudaran de mi conviccion de que Fidel Castro o Che Guevara han dado las pautas de nuestro autentico destino latinoamericano; pero de ninguna manera estoy dispuesto a admitir que los Poemas humanos o Cien anos de soledad sean respuestas inferiores, en el plano cultural, a esas respuestas politicas.
In this book Lorna Robinson takes Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Cien anos de soledad as a basis for exploring magical realism in Ovid's Metamorphoses.
One notable exception was the Latin American novel Cien anos de soledad (One Hundred Years of Solitude), published in Argentina by Editorial Sudamericana in 1967; it sat in a glass case like Snow White sleeping in the forest, waiting to be awakened by a prosperous buyer.
Now, three decades after writing Cien Anos de Soledad (One Hundred Years of Solitude), he is literally paying to be published.
This of course anticipates the concentration of one hundred years into a single instant in Melquiades's manuscript in Cien anos de soledad.
Igual que la Ursula Iguaran de Garcia Marquez, Chabela se enfrenta desde su locura senil al remolino historico de los cien anos de soledad puertorriquena, el siglo que comprende desde la Guerra Hispano-norteamericana hasta la del Golfo Persico, guerras que desangran el pais y desintegran la familia al igual que las guerras intestinas de Colombia llevan al desbarajuste de los Buendia.
A simple declarative title like Cien anos de soledad should offer no trouble whatsoever.
I am certain that at this precise moment in Latin America there is a young person, a teenager, who has just finished reading Cien anos de soledad (1967; Eng.
las estirpes condenadas a cien anos de soledad no tertian una segunda oportunidad sobre la tierra (.
The distinguishing feature of the introduction is its quick pace; the author proposes a number of substantive ideas in quick succession while drawing upon the reader's prior knowledge of literary milestones such as Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Cien anos de soledad and Carlos Fuentes's La muerte de Artemio Cruz.
He read Cien anos de soledad and found only one error, the omission of a comma after a vocative.