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Gene H Bell-Villada, an interview with Gabriel Garcia Marquez m Boston Review, Vol. VIE, No. 2, April, 1983, pp. 25-7

Gene H Bell-Villada, "Banana Strike and Military Massacre One Hundred Years of Solitude and What Happened in 1928," in From Dante to Garcia Mdrquef Studies in Romance Literatures and Linguistics, edited by Gene H Bell-Villada, Antonio Gimenes, and George Pistorius, Williams College, 1987, pp 391-403

Gordon Brotherston, "An End to Secular Solitude. Gabriel Garcia Marquez," m his The Emergence of the Latin American Novel, Cambridge University Press, 1977, pp. 122-35

Claudia Dreifus, an interview with Gabnel Garcia Marquez in Playboy, February, 1983

D. J Enright, "Larger Than Death," in The Listener, Vol 84, No. 2160, August 20, 1970, p 252

Roberto Gonzalez Echevarria, "Cien anos de soledad The Novel as Myth and Archive," in Modern Language Notes, Vol 99, No. 2, 1984, pp 358-80

Rita Guibert, an interview with Garcia Marquez in Seven-Latin American Writers Talk to Rita Guibert, translated by Frances Partridge...

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