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live

1. (esp of a volcano) not extinct
2. of a record
a. recorded in concert
b. recorded in one studio take, without overdubs or splicing
3. connected to a source of electric power
4. being in a state of motion or transmitting power; positively connected to a driving member

live

[līv]
(communications)
Being broadcast directly at the time of production, instead of from recorded or filmed program material.
(electricity)

live

1. Connected to a source of voltage.
2. Said of a room having an unusually small amount of sound absorption.

live

(1) An event that is broadcast or recorded as it happens. See real time.

(2) See Windows Live, Office Live and Samsung Gear Live.
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This journey by boat and rail is also essential to the digressive structure of the book; in this regard, Living to Tell the Tale resembles Garcia Marquez's earlier work of novelistic history, The General in His Labyrinth (3990), which recounts Simon Bolivar's last river voyage while constantly chasing "El Libertador's" tangential remembrances.
Living to Tell the Tale is a companion piece to Garc'a Marquez's publication history.
Living to Tell the Tale is a radiant and beguiling memoir that gives us the formation of Garcia Marquez as a writer and as a man.
If technically the register of Living to Tell the Tale lies somewhere between the two, the tone and effect of the whole--this follows from the conception of the memoirs--have the crisp, sumptuous grandeur of his major novels.
IT'S probably as close as most people get to a Great White Shark while still living to tell the tale.
This Spanish-language edition has been an enormous bestseller for Alfred A, Knopf and an English translation, by Edith Grossman, is expected in late fall 2003 under the title Living to Tell the Tale.