Gabriel Garc a M rquez One Hundred Years of Solitude One Hundred Years of Solitude is perhaps the most important landmark of the so called Boom in contemporary Latin American fiction Published in the novel was an instant success running to hundre

  • Title: Gabriel García Márquez: One Hundred Years of Solitude
  • Author: MichaelWood
  • ISBN: 9780521316927
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
  • One Hundred Years of Solitude is perhaps the most important landmark of the so called Boom in contemporary Latin American fiction Published in 1967, the novel was an instant success, running to hundreds of editions, winning four international prizes and being translated into 27 languages In 1982, its author received the Nobel Prize for Literature Michael Wood places theOne Hundred Years of Solitude is perhaps the most important landmark of the so called Boom in contemporary Latin American fiction Published in 1967, the novel was an instant success, running to hundreds of editions, winning four international prizes and being translated into 27 languages In 1982, its author received the Nobel Prize for Literature Michael Wood places the novel in the context of modern Colombia s violent history, and helps the reader to explore the rich and complex vision of the world which Garcia Marquez presents in it Close reference is made to the text itself in English translation , and there is a guide to further reading.

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    1. I don't even know what to sayI stumbled on this book in the sci-fi section of my library (what?), and grabbed it after flipping through a couple of pages. A week later, my head is still in a whirl. I was absolutely not expecting to be drawn into the uniquely small-town mythology of Macondo. Part fairy tale, part historical drama, filled with a romanticism that regularly bleeds into pure sensualism, it felt like at times I was drowning under the all-too-human passions of beings that couldn't figu [...]

    2. Excellent opening paragraph, unfortunately that's where the magic ends or really beginsConfusing with to many characters portrayed in a whirlwind of time and space. Fought hard to get through it.

    3. I couldn't stop reading it till i finished two days . something in it made me in love. though i know many friends didn't like the idea of it .

    4. The conditions of a solitary bird are five: First, that it flies to the highest point. Second, that it does not seek after company, not even its own kind. Third, that it aims its beak to the wind. Fourth, that it has no definite color. Fifth, that it sings very sweetly. (John of the Cross: Sayings of Light and Love)Perfect narrative illutration to what St John of the Cross sang.

    5. REALISMO MAGICO , SITUATIONS WHEN REALITY BECOMES ONE WITH TALES AND STORIES BEYOND A LOGICAL EXPLANATION , STORIES SHARED THROUGHOUT YEARS , MAYBE CENTURIES , ABOUT A SAGA INVOLVING GENERATIONS OF FAMILIES HAVING LASTS NAMES IN COMMON , STIGMA , SIMILARITIES OVER TOTEM AND TABOO , OVER GOOD AND EVIL , OVER SLAVERY DIMENSIONAL OF TIME , THE ORIGINS OF A DUSTY VILLAGE (MACONDO) , INGENUITY TRANSFORMED IN CHRONICLES , GUILT , SIN , SHAME PERHAPS A DESCRIPTION OF ANY GIVEN SMALL TOWN , IN A COUNTRY [...]

    6. Even though I'm from Argentina myslef, I've never read a book by an Latin author before. However, after a literature project in school I came upon this book and it was a-ma-zing. I was so enthralled by this book that it was physically impossible for me to put down. I've never read something like this before and I can't begin to explain how magnificent not only the plot is, but the characters and the retelling of this wonderful story. I have to addmit that is was rather hard to follow from time t [...]

    7. É um livro cheio de imaginação com uma dinâmica alucinante. A fantasia mistura-se com a realidade, sem regras para o que deve ou não deve ser.Tem partes hilariantes, mas sem qualquer pendor cómico, apenas o é pela capacidade do escritor em surpreender.Dei 4 estrelas e não cinco, porque parece-me que no final o livro se arrastou um pouco, com os personagens a perderem o interesse. Mas o final foi surpreendente tal como o início.

    8. "Talented, brilliant, incredible, amazing, show stopping, spectacular, never the same, totally unique, completely not ever been done before, unafraid to reference or not reference, put it in a blender, shit on it, love it, eat it, give birth to it"

    9. Amazing! One of my all time favorites! So interesting style of writing with amazing humour ! A must read!

    10. Høyt om på min liste over "tidenes beste bok", her møter man den "magiske realismen" i fullt monn. Har lest denne minst 10 ganger!

    11. I decided to read this book since this book is important in literature. It's beautifully written in a poetic, circular, symbolic language with a story that almost never seems to move ahead. Many characters have the same names, are interconnected in a myriad of ways, live in the same place with little interaction with the outside world, and repeat the same patterns of behavior. I must admit I was often confused as to which character was doing what wth whom. Incest leading to marriage is frequent, [...]

    12. Lo intenté leer dos o tres veces antes de tomarlo y no despegarme de él hasta terminar. Me encanta, García Márquez te lleva al realismo mágico de la mano y sin sentirlo, tanto que crees que es posible que suceda. Gracias a él, Colombia es ahora uno de mis países en mi "top" de los que quiero conocer.

    13. I will always remember it. I read it when i was 16 or 17 and it was the best experience. It made me dream, Gabriel open my eyes to another kind of beauty. I remember when i finished this book i felt so sad because inside me i knew that i would never read something so good. It's the best book i read, and probably it will continue. I cant imagine something better than this, after this book i read great books, but this will be my favourite. And i dont even know why and i cant explain why i liked it [...]

    14. One Hundred Years of Solitude is my absolute favorite. I've been reading ever since I learned how to read in kindergarten.I literally devoured this book in 24 hours with only getting up to go to the bathroom and to grab a bite to eat.I read the book twice in the same style. It's a literary fantasy with a myriad of characters who play out their roles in the exotic south American jungle.Late Gabriel Garcia Marquez received the Nobel Prize for Literature for this book in 1982.

    15. Must admit, at times I found it a bit dull and annoying due to the large genealogical tree in which it's pretty easy to get lost. Other than that, I found it fascinating, especially the close analysis on how a society easily forgets the ones who forged and engineered it. It also does a great job at showing how powerful human desires can be and how futile is to try to restrict them with rules. Great read!

    16. Magiškojo realizmo šedevras nepriekaištingai viliojantis lakia vaizduote, skaniais kvapais bei atrodo tave supančiais garsais, sklindančiais iš knygos puslapių. Tai kelių kartų istorija, trunkanti apie 100 metų. Meilės verpetai, karai, netikėti veikėjai (vaikas gimęs su paršelio uodega ir pan.) sujaukia skaitytojo sąmonę, tačiau autorius taip įtikinamai rašo, jog nejučia tiki viskuo, kas čia parašyta. Lyg taip ir turi būti. Skaitysiu ir dar kartą!

    17. Many of the characters have the same, or similar names, and once I gave up trying to remember who was who, I really enjoyed it. A rich, rich story that takes you through time and adventures of a community. The reflection on human relationships and the "ties that bind" is absorbing. I want to read this again, and I rarely re-read books.

    18. The title is confusing. This isn't "One Hundred Years of Solitude" by G.G.M's an *ANALYSIS* of One Hundred Years, by Michael Wood. I don't normally read stuff like this but I was just dying to know what other people thought One Hundred Years was supposed to be about. Interesting take! Helpful! It's just one guy's opinion, but he makes good points.

    19. One of the most profound books I have ever read. Marquez reveals intricacies and complexities of the circle of life in a thought provoking and delectable way. This is one book I intend to re-read many times because I am certain I will understand it differently every time I read it.

    20. worth to read. just one detail person who has difficulty of memorizing names just like me may find himself in trouble easily because of repeating family names. almost same names for different family members. creating a family three may help

    21. An absolute must read! I can't vouch for this translation but this is one of the most well written books I've ever had the honor to read. Opt for an edition with the family tree in the frontyou will need it. Hang in there, it is worth every second.

    22. I thing the best book I've read in my life so far. It really changed the way I perceive life matter who we are, no matter what we do in our life time, we will ALL return to ash & dust, and, most probably, no one will even know we existed.

    23. I could not get through this. I didn't care about the characters, the story lines were vague and uninteresting. I kept pushing myself to read more, looking for the spark, but I finally gave up.

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