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Waugh and Solitude

In an article on the weblog PanAm Post, Alejandro Jenkins declares the novel One Hundred┬áYears of Solitude┬áby Gabriel Garcia Marquez to be overrated. One reason for this is the underdeveloped characters: The idea behind┬áHundred Years of Solitude┬á(to create a saga-esque … Continue reading

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