Bloom's How to Write About Gabriel García Márquez

Bloom's How to Write About Gabriel García Márquez

Book - 2010
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The works of Gabriel Garcia Marquez attracts the interest of both historians and literary critics as his fiction has helped bring greater exposure of Latin American culture to the rest of the world. Editor Harold Bloom cites the literary origins of Marquez as being 'Faulkner, crossed by Kafka.' The Colombian writer and Nobel Prize winner's best-known works, including ""One Hundred Years of Solitude"", ""Love in the Time of Cholera"", and ""The General in His Labyrinth"", are explored in-depth in this indispensable resource. Students of literature will find tips for writing effective essays on Marquez and his works.
Publisher: New York : Bloom's Literary Criticism, ©2010.
ISBN: 9781604133318
Branch Call Number: 863 GARCIA MARQUEZ
Characteristics: v, 266 pages ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Bloom, Harold


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