Gabriel García Márquez | Criticism

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of Gabriel García Márquez.
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SOURCE: Hood, Edward Waters. Review of Doce cuentos peregrinos, by Gabriel García Márquez. World Literature Today 67, no. 4 (autumn 1993): 782-83.

In the following review, Hood praises the stylistic and thematic unity of the stories in Strange Pilgrims.

The interesting and innovative stories of his new collection [Doce cuentos peregrinos] complement and add several new dimensions to Gabriel García Márquez's fictional world. In the prologue, “Porqué doce, porqué cuentos y porqué peregrinos” (a short story in and of itself), the author explains how the book came into existence. The stories were written over the past eighteen years, during which time they experienced a series of radical transformations: “Antes de su forma actual, cinco de ellos fueron notas periodísticas y guiones de cine, y uno fue un serial de televisión.” Another story was transcribed from an oral interview and published by one of the author's...

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