Understanding Gabriel García Márquez

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University of South Carolina Press, 1989 - 180 pages
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A guide to understanding the works of Marquez for students as well as initiated nonspecialists in literature. It will be especially useful for American readers since an effort has been made to acquaint them with the society out of which the writer comes and which he describes in his work. 5x7". Paper edition, $10.95 (unseen). Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Contents

One Hundred Years of Solitude
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Chapter 4
98
Fiction
132
Copyright

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Kathleen McNerney is an ecclectic scholar whose works include studies of writers from various times and places. She is the author of books on the fifteenth-century poet Ausias March and the novelist Joanot Martorell as well as works on contemporary Catalan women writers. She has also written about Spanish, French, and Latin American authors - both classic and current. McNerney is from New Mexico and teaches literature, humanities, and women's studies at West Virginia University. In 1990, she was awarded the Catalonia Prize for diffusion of Catalan culture, and in 1995 she was designated Benedum Distinguished Scholar by her institution.

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