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El discurso narrativo historico: La comprension de la historia latinoamericana en "El arpa y la sombra" y "El otono del patriarca"

Collection:
Gabriel Garcia Marquez (GGM)
Contributor:
Eduardo Escallon Largacha (main author)
Format:
Secondary source, Dissertations and Theses on Gabriel García Márquez
Publication Date:
2007
Published:
Massachusetts, United States : Boston College
Location:
Library, University of Illinois
Notes:
(Abstract) The author argues that 'El otoño del patriarca' (1976) and 'El arpa y la sombra' (1979) contribute to the building of knowledge about the modern Latin American by presenting the possibility of an alternate accurate representation of the past and providing a proposal for a possible utopia. Gabriel García Márquez and Alejo Carpentier wrote about the people, by the people, and for the people, transforming the knowledge that Latin Americans have about themselves, their politics, economics, social standards, and culture. Ph.D Dissertation.