One Hundred Years of Solitude
The novel one hundred Years of Solitude is an absolutely beautiful masterpiece. It manages to capture the various phases and glories of human history. The book has had a serious impact on young minds that have taken up literature as a topic. The book is engaging and intense that reminiscences of how history repeats itself with the collapse and creation of a new Macondo within a span of a century. The fall and rise of the Buendia family are captured in the backdrop of all the strife that Latin American societies have witnessed. In this novel, you will get to know this family name spreading out over seven generations. In conclusion, The book until today has sold more than 30 million copies.
The theme of this book is concerning 2 families that witness numerous stages of life over the period of a century. How the protagonist, therefore, brings about the doom of the family is captured in the novel. In this book, Macondo portrays the new world of the United States, which appeared more like the Promised Land.
About the author:
Gabriel Garcia Marquez was born in 1927 in Colombia. Fondly known as ‘Gabo’ in Latin American, he is one of the most respected writers of South America. Marquez has written many novels, was a journalist and a successful screenwriter too. Also, One Hundred Years of Solitude is one of the most popular books in the world of literature. Marquez different known books include Love in the Time of cholera, Autumn of the Patriarch and In Evil Hour. His work largely focuses on Latin America and his books usually have numerous motifs of solitude. Therefore, He leaves behind an enormous inheritance for the literary minds.