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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He is painfully aware, though, of the presence in Mexico of another Colombian, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, whom he knows as "el Papa Grande." When Ventura searches the bookstores for his own novel, published in Buenos Aires years ago, all he finds are multiple editions of Cien anos de soledad.
It was during his first stay in Mexico that Garcia Marquez wrote his best-known novel, Cien anos de soledad (1967; One Hundred Years of Solitude), which recounts the history of Macondo and its founders, the Buendia family.
Abstract: Cien anos de soledad (1967) was constructed as an allegory of the tale of biblical creation, the discovery of America and the history of the 20th century of Colombia.
CIEN ANOS DE SOLEDAD, la obra de Gabriel Garcia Marquez, motivo de nuestra investigacion, tiene veinte capitulos, cada uno casi con el mismo numero de paginas; suman un total cuatrocientas paginas, y nos entregan el ritmo de trabajo del autor al escribirla.