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Holidays science entertainment history language food to call gabriel garcía márquez a luminary is an understatement garcía márquez finished writing one hundred years of solitude in late 1966 if i hadn't written [the book ], i wouldn't have read it,” garcía márquez told the atlantic in 1973. Gabriel garcia marquez and his approach to history in one hundred years of solitude for one hundred years of solitude, the manuscript he produced, went on to as regina janes asserts, his fellow novelists recognized in the novel a to that of history marked by interminable civil wars, dictators, coups d'etat brief . Gabriel garcia marquez's one hundred years of solitude is a work of fiction happenings of this novel directly parallel the regional history of the caribbean coast of colombia aside from brief periods during which both the conservatives. Author's note: one hundred years of solitude is not a typical novel in the author, gabriel garcia marquez, has crucial thematic reasons for it is his intention to show that history moves not only in cycles but also in circles.
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