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“They’re perfect,” she was frequently heard to say. “Any man will be happy with them because they’ve been raised to suffer.”
~Gabriel Garcia Marquez,

Chronicles of a Death Foretold


October 2018: Colombia

Once typecast as the bad boy of South America, Colombia is one of the continent’s most remarkable success stories. A decades-long civil war has been largely relegated to the past, and Colombians and foreign travelers alike are rediscovering this captivating country.

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Magical Realism

Realism and the Magic of Choice

By, W. Garrett Mobley

In realism, literature is an expression of what things actually are. With magical realism, using magic and fantasy, we get a deeper understanding reality. 234 palabras más

Even If

Pedro Ruiz, Blue Butterflies

“Tell him yes. Even if you are dying of fear, even if you are sorry later, because whatever you do, you will be sorry all the rest of your life if you say no.” 28 palabras más

Seratus Tahun Kesunyian, Gabriel García Márquez

Inggris adalah negara berabab yang masih tersisa di mana mereka memiliki semangat yang luar biasa dan ketika itu orisinalitas fiksi Amerika Latin kontemporer belum diakui. 680 palabras más


Gabriel Garcia Marquez on the things that linger after death

She could not avoid a profound feeling of rancor toward her husband for having left her alone in the middle of the ocean. Everything of his made her cry: his pajamas under the pillow, his slippers that had always looked to her like an invalid’s, the memory of his image in the back of the mirror as he undressed while she combed her hair before bed, the odour of his skin, which was to linger on hers for a long time after his death.

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All Love

David Hockney, Untitled

“He is ugly and sad… but he is all love.”

― Gabriel García Márquez, Love in the Time of Cholera 18 palabras más