Info Series: Gabriel Garcia Marquez Library
Review A Hundred Years
First published in 1967, the novel ”One Hundred Years of Solitude” was the one who consecrated its author as one of the masters of contemporary narrative, bringing him the 1982 Nobel Prize for Literature.
The republishing of the novel, in an edition that suits your library, is an outstanding literary event that we advise you to not lose.There is neither time nor space to lose this rare occasion.
Generations, facts, figures are mixed together. A period overlaps with the other, one’s dream merges with reality, things evolve, and yet nothing seems to change.
Everything happens at the boundary between tragic and comic, between life and death. An extravagant world, as far removed from ours, yet so familiar, contained in a whirlwind of landmarks that are found in all memories, all the great family stories.
Libraries are honored to present the book “One Hundred Years of Solitude 2011 edition”, which was published in two categories, universal Fiction Literature and classic Fiction Literature. It was written by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. You can buy the book One Hundred Years of Solitude. Edition 2011 by ordering online.