Gabriel García Márquez's One hundred years of solitude (Monarch notes)

Gabriel Garc a M rquez s One hundred years of solitude Monarch notes Clear and to the point Monarch Notes provide students and interested readers with an excellent supplement for the understanding and appreciation of the world s greatest writing Each volume helps the

  • Title: Gabriel García Márquez's One hundred years of solitude (Monarch notes)
  • Author: Geoffrey E. Fox
  • ISBN: 9780760710906
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Clear and to the point, Monarch Notes provide students and interested readers with an excellent supplement for the understanding and appreciation of the world s greatest writing Each volume helps the reader to encounter the original work fully by placing it in historical context, focusing on the important aspects of the text, and posing key questions.Monarch Notes inClear and to the point, Monarch Notes provide students and interested readers with an excellent supplement for the understanding and appreciation of the world s greatest writing Each volume helps the reader to encounter the original work fully by placing it in historical context, focusing on the important aspects of the text, and posing key questions.Monarch Notes include Background on the author and the work Detailed plot summary Character anaylsis Major themes in the work Critical reception of the work Questions and model answers Guides to further study

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    1. my favourite novel, i have just finished reading for the 2nd time in nearly 4 years and as i ahve gron so has my understanding of this novel. but i think i will keep reading again and again at different times in my life or at least hope i do, its a very valauble book.

    2. I liked the way the author painted pictures in your head of some of the imagery, it made me feel as if I wwaas there. In some chapters it was pretty grueling, but all in all I enjoyed the book.

    3. A family curse, that lasts for 100, condemning all of Buendías to terrible fates, loss, death, heartachesgic realism at its best

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