Gabriel García Márquez | Critical Essay by Ronald De Feo

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of Gabriel Garca Mrquez.
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Critical Essay by Ronald De Feo

Though he is one of the wittiest and most exhilarating of contemporary Latin American writers, García Márquez has repeatedly created characters who live, to varying degrees, in a state of solitude. From the earliest work, Leaf Storm, to the wonderful novella No One Writes to the Colonel, to the masterwork One Hundred Years of Solitude, we find people existing not only in spiritual isolation but in physical isolation as well: Macondo, the author's miraculous mythical town—the setting of much of his work—has been "condemned" to solitude, and indeed is so remote from the rest of the world that it possesses its very own laws of nature and logic.

The Autumn of the Patriarch … is García Márquez' most intense and extreme vision...

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