Strange Post-Deaths

by Ariel D.

My high school English teacher always told me that if something is strange or weird in a literary piece, it most likely 100% of the time means something and should not be ignored. 364 more words

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Great Readings... 'One Hundred Years of Solitude' and 'The Silkworm'

Recently, I finished reading two books: ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ by Gabriel Garcia Marquez and ‘The Silkworm’ by J.K. Rowling under pseudonym Robert Galbraith. 396 more words

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One Hundred Years of Solitude

By: Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Original Language: Spanish

Publication Date: 1967

Status: unread


by Pam C.

There is a kind of solitude that resonates higher than any other type of solitude. We all experience ups and downs in life, but some downs bring us so low that we may never get back up. 599 more words

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by Pam C.

As a young girl, I grew up with fairy tales. I was whirled in by the magic of Disney, and the princesses’ lives that transcended the possibilities of the real. 771 more words

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Ursula Iguaran: Modern Day Woman

by Grace L.

Like many modern day mothers Ursula was the glue that kept the Buendia family together. She is the most dynamic character of this novel and proves herself to be strong, politically shrewd, and a stark contrast to both her sons and husband. 521 more words

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Brotherly Love

by Tim V.

Jose Arcadio, the younger brother of Auereliano and son to Ursula and Jose Aracdio Buendia, has a fascinating relationship wit the family. He seems to be the first troubled and rebellious of the newly founded Macondo clan providing a contrast with his brother. 544 more words

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