One Hundred Years of Solitude Essay | One Hundred Years of Solitude: Theme Analysis

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One Hundred Years of Solitude: Theme Analysis

Summary: Analyzes the novel, One Hundred Years of Solitude, by Gabriel Marquez. Explores the main theme of time. Describes moments in the novel when time seems to run at an incredible speed and other moments when it seems to slow down and never stop.
Time. A concept in which we have always lived. A word which is defined as the continuum of experience in which events pass from the future through the present to the past (www.encyclopedia.com). That's one of the many definitions that defines the word `time'. A word which is explainable and has a meaning mostly in relation to matter, space or energy and is lost in its deeper meaning. Time has a lot more meaning than what is found when looked up.

For Gabriel Marquez, time is subjective in Macondo, a more deeper outlook where there are moments when time seems to run at an incredible speed and other moments when it seems to slow down and never stop. And subjective time is one of the key elements of "One hundred years of solitude." The author here broadens the meaning of time...

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