Gabriel García Márquez
Chelsea House, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 238 pages
Editor, Harold Bloom cites the literary origins of Gabriel Garcia Marquez as Faulkner, crossed by Kafka. A Colombian writer and Nobel Prize winner, Marquez is best known for his novels One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera. In an all-new, updated edition, Bloom's Modern Critical Views presents a balanced portrait of the author and journalist through an examination of his work. Essays gleaned from a cross-section of literary publications reveal critical interpretations, and a Marquez chronology, bibliography, and index, plus perceptive comments by editor, Harold Bloom complete this thoughtfully prepared resource.
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