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Leer a Macondo: la obra de Gabriel García Márquez

Universidad de los Andes via Coursera

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Through this course you can identify the narrative contributions of Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez to achieve universal literature and understand why Gabriel Garcia Marquez is considered one of the brightest in Spanish authors. First of all, you will have the opportunity to enjoy reading and analysis of the following works: Litter (1955), The Colonel no one writes (1961), Evil Hour (1962), Big Mama's Funeral (1962) and One Hundred Years of Solitude (1967). Upon entering the narrative universe of Garcia Marquez, you be seduced by the richness of his language and obsessions achieved identify the author. Through the study of these works you: 1. It will assess the work of Gabriel García Márquez 2. You will appreciate how evolves March. It will develop the ability to relate his different works in April. It will identify some of the central elements of his work This course is aimed at people who enjoy literature and does not require any prior knowledge.






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Hugo Ramirez, Andrea Junguito, Adolfo León Caicedo and Camilo Ernesto Hernández

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