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    but also in the simpler ones, themes like the fight between good and evil, love, between others. There are also the authors that actually mix the fantasy and the reality to a point that it is really hard to see the difference between them, Gabriel Garcia Marquez is said to be the father of this gender called “Magic Realism”, he said that the reason that he sees the world in that particular way of his, is because of the persons

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    Jose Arcadio Buendia are very clearly based on his grandfather. The scenes of war and bloodshed in the novel were also inspired by the graphic stories of his grandfather’s time as a soldier; tales that he was fond of telling his young grandson. Marquez loved the

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    Many authors have utilize historical events that have occurred throughout the world to tell a story. In the novel One Hundred Years of Solitude written by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the the Buendia family lives in Macondo, Colombia filled with chaos. The city of Macondo is going through a crisis of civil wars between the liberal and the conservatives who are attempting to corrupt the town. In the play Fences by August Wilson, an African American family known as the Maxson live in Pittsburg. The Maxson’s

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    realism is used to represent the mistreated figures and atrocious leaders in their literature. One of these writers is Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Born in Aracataca, Colombia this latino writer used magical realism in his stories to represent the conditions in Latin America. He uses characters in his stories to represent Latin America and how the countries people are treated. Gabriel originally went to school to be a lawyer, but later gave that up to be a journalist. His short stories and inspirational

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    Gabriel Garcia Marquez was born in the town of Aracataca, Colombia in 1927 according to bio.com. Growing up, Marquez spent the first few years of his life living with his parents and his maternal grandparents, Colonel Nicolas Marquez and Tranquilina Iguaran de Marquez. After the death of Nicolas, the family then moved to Barranquilla. Marquez achieved a higher education in the area of law, but he continued to follow his dream and become a journalist; at the time, he started writing during a murderous

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    one of the greatest devices for understanding a culture and passing the time so I looked for an archive. I eventually reached the abandoned town of Aracataca and accidentally discovered a complete manuscript for an unnamed novel by author Gabriel García Márquez. After some extensive analysis, it seems to be an exceptionally peculiar story told through a confusingly fragmented timespan examining the heinous murder of protagonist Santiago Nasar. While this is the focus of the novel, there is an ominous

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    TQ: To what extent do the Machismo and Marianismo ideals act as a catalyst to the plot of Chronicle of a Death Foretold by Gabriel Garcia Marquez? Honor over Love Honor can be earned and built throughout years of work and commitment but lost in just one single action. When looking at many Latin American cultures it is the women’s duty to preserve the honor, and the male’s job to protect it if there is ever a threat. The social ideologies of machismo and marianismo act as a source of pressure to

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    In Chronicle of a Death Foretold by Gabriel García Márquez, the narrator investigates the events that transpired in a small Colombian village in the 1950s, in which a man named Santiago Nasar was stabbed and murdered by an incomprehensible force. In the Interactive Oral, I learned about people’s various views of uncertainty, fate, and cause and effect. Among many new principles, one concept that arose was the idea that some cultures are more accepting of uncertainty than others. However, all people

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    Chronicle of a death foretold is a novel written by Gabriel Garcia Marquez that describes the mysterious murder of a youthful man named Santiago Nasar. There are many events that lead to his puzzling death. Throughout the book, it follows a few of the characters lives after he was killed. The Murder of Santiago Nasar occurs the night of Angela VIcarios wedding night when her prosperous husband Bayardo San Roman uncovers that she was not a virgin. San Roman gives back Angela to her family. Later there

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    The Short Stories of Gabriel Garcia Marquez Short story writer. Novelist. Journalist. Political activist. Nobel Prize winner. Most beloved of 20th century Latin American authors, Gabriel Garcia Marquez was born on March 6, 1928, in the small coastal town of Aracataca, Colombia. He published his first story, "The Third Resignation," in 1947 and began studying law and journalism. His first novel, Leafstorm, was published in 1955, the same year the Colombian government shut down his employer, the

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