One Hundred Years of Solitude: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez (SparkNotes Literature Guide)

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  • Title: One Hundred Years of Solitude: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez (SparkNotes Literature Guide)
  • Author: SparkNotes Margaret Miller
  • ISBN: 9781411491120
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Downloadable Spark Note
  • Created by Harvard students for students everywhere, SparkNotes is a new breed of study guide smarter, better, faster Geared to what today s students need to know, SparkNotes provides chapter by chapter analysis explanations of key themes, motifs, and symbols and a review quiz and essay topics Lively and accessible, these guides are perfect for late night studying andCreated by Harvard students for students everywhere, SparkNotes is a new breed of study guide smarter, better, faster Geared to what today s students need to know, SparkNotes provides chapter by chapter analysis explanations of key themes, motifs, and symbols and a review quiz and essay topics Lively and accessible, these guides are perfect for late night studying and writing papers.

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    866 thoughts on “One Hundred Years of Solitude: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez (SparkNotes Literature Guide)”

    1. SO far this book is interesting I must say however that reading Love in Times of Cholera kind of prepared me for Mr Marquez s style of writing I am on page 115 and while i cannot say the book has grabbed me neither am i prepared to write it off completely some of the characters have similar names and while this may be a South American thing it sure can be confusing Another thing lucking for me is emotional attachment to any of the characters Any one of them can drop dead at any time and to tell [...]


    2. Helpful to a point The Spark note Summaries are organized by chapter number Neither edition of the book had chapter numbers I had to put sticky notes throughout the book so I could go back and forth Actually the book still gives me a headache.



    3. Gabriel Garcia Marquez book is the second master peace in Latin America I learned about it in High School but did not read it until my adulthood.It s a combination of reality and fiction His imagination was so amazing You get so absorbed in the story that makes you laugh, cry, and identify with the characters Every event is a surprise, tragedy, chaos, craziness, rareness It covers the life of a family who founded a village that lived for a period of a hundred years that had an economical, social [...]


    4. Absolutely phenomenal Not the most natural flow because it takes a while to grow accustomed to the cyclical flow of the story At first you find yourself thinking, if one member of this family makes that same goddamn mistake as his brother father grandfather uncle made, I m going to burn this book SInce I have strong feelings about book burning, I stuck with it There are dangers associated with taking such a grand, sweeping account of a family, a town, a country This book was I think a metaphor [...]


    5. It was weired reading this book i thoght i was getting it at first then I got lost in and could not figure out the real stuff from the mirage and hallucinations But because i am a sucker for punishment i read on and to this day i cannot tell you what it is that i read in that book As i am not a masochist i will never touch that book again.


    6. I can t say that I understood this book, but I find myself thinking about images from this book often especially the ants and I can understand why this book won a Pulitzer Prize I read this postpartum which wasn t very good timing because it is depressing so my interpretation may be a little skewed, but I am glad to have read it.


    7. Greatest Book Ever Well, one of them From the unforgettable opening when his father Jose Buendia takes him to see ice for the first time, to one of the most dramatic endings in literary history and filled with 1,000 Aureliano Buendias in between this one is a MUST READ.


    8. I know for many people this was a pivotal important bookI cannot stand to read Marquez I made myself finish Love in the Time of Cholera but could not get than 50 or so pages into this book and then stopped


    9. After the third attempt over the last 20 years I finally finished this book and I am so happy that I did 100 Years of Solitude turned out to be one of my favorite books.












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