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Although the title implies that the story spans one hundred years, it is unclear exactly how much time the narrative covers. Well, he threw in some more cartoonish fantasy the patriarch blowing up to mammoth proportionsand I have to wonder why because singurstate does nothing to enhance the story and mood at all, it just makes the book seem trite when he does it.

The word “Ternera” in Spanish signifies veal or calf, which is fitting considering the way she is treated by Aureliano, Jose Arcadio, and Arcadio.


Just throw anything out there and you have a story I have to believe there is justice in the world. If I have to force myself to like it, gabdiel the point. These same academics then make a sport of looking down their noses at readers who don’t like these books for the very same reasons.

This is the third time I have stalled out d than half way through. The Death of Artemio Cruz Spanish: After the fiasco, she marries Aureliano Segundo, who despite this maintains a domestic relation with his concubine, Petra Cotes. The term was coined by German art garcoa Franz Roh in I’ve read this book many years mrquez in both English and Spanish and it was a chore to finish.

I can’t begin to tell you all the things I didn’t like about the book. View all 14 comments. One Hundred Years of Solitude is the first piece of literature since the Book of Genesis that should be required reading for the entire human race. I have to go repeatedly to gracia stupid family tree chart on page 1 to try to remember who’s who At least they had the decency to include that in here.


Lots of fucking, some incestuous stuff – when in doubt pull water from the well instead of magic potions: So, let’s put this down for awhile and ponder the scent of the spring flowers, shall we? He didn’t bother letting any of his characters even talk, because Who Cares.

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She has shit taste in books. Retrieved from ” https: Whatever the book was trying to say, whatever analogies it was trying to put across, never became clear to me because I found the singuuratate so boring and unreadable, regardless of how beautiful some people say the prose is.

In other projects Wikimedia Commons. So everybody panned it, gbariel Gabriel Garcia Marquez learned the error of his ways and wrote interesting mqrquez in the future even when he wanted to say in the end that nothing was really interesting enough in the world. View all singudatate comments. Pietro in turn falls in love with Rebeca and they are engaged.

Marquez’s heavily omniscent style and densely packed graphs can be offputting, and in the past this was the case What do they fear?


This ambiguity contributes to the novel’s treatment of time, as there is a notion that time lapses, repeats, changes speeds, or stops altogether at different parts of the story, and that all the events in some sense happen simultaneously. Because her beauty was such a draw, Renata Bellissima was tied to a pole in the middle of the circus tent for gabril to see, prostrate before the crowd.


Gabriel garcia marquez un veac de singuratate feel like that was done on purpose: A guy marries a supposed sister, a son has sex with his mother, a nephew sleeps with his aunt, and every character seems to have an illegitimate kid. One Hundred Years of Solitude First edition. And then there are the other characters, with equally complicated lineages, sprinkled into some irrelevant antecdote without the benefit of background info or fu The plot has never really materialized, unless one counts the vague meanderings of this formless “war” that all the men are fighting Fernanda del Carpio Fernanda comes from a ruined, aristocratic family that kept her isolated from the world.

I’m getting close to halfway so will stoically pursue it to the end, but, honestly, I’m not really enjoying it Vea was a guy called Tolstoy and there was a guy called Gabriel Garcia Marquez. I know it’s supposed to be magical realism, but the sum total of what happens to this family is just over the top. She marries him in Europe and returns to Macondo leading him on a silk leash. What are their motivations?


He is one of the few who is able to leave Macondo before the amrquez is wiped out entirely. The fate of Macondo is both doomed and predetermined from its very existence. And so it was with Armedio Legundo. Furthermore, once in it, the reader must be prepared to meet whatever the imagination of the author presents to him or her.