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Un fascinante recorrido literario a trav s de las ficciones que contribuyeron a la construcci n del espacio m tico de Cien a os de soledad.«...lo que hay entre La hojarasca y Cien a os de soledad son unos quince a os de fastidiarse mucho, de vivir mucho y de estar pendiente de esto todos los d as, tratando de ver c mo eran las cosas. Gabriel Garc a M rquez Garc a M rquez sostuvo en diversas oportunidades que para escribir un libro primero hab a que aprender a escribirlo y, solo entonces, enfrentarse a la m quina de escribir. A l le tom casi veinte a os "vivir" en Macondo, para aprender a escribir ese portento de la literatura de todos los tiempos que es Cien a os de soledad. Esta antolog a, realizada con el nimo de rastrear la andadura del escritor, compila todos los textos publicados en los que ese universo m tico fue tomando forma. Desde sus apuntes para una novela de 1950 y primeros relatos, hasta La hojarasca, El coronel no tiene quien le escriba y La mala hora en 1966, en lo que supone la efervescente antesala a la creaci n de Cien a os de soledad.

Bienvenido, lector, a ste Camino a Macondo. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION A fascinating literary journey through the fictions that helped build the mythical space of One Hundred Years of Solitude. "...between Leaf Storm and One Hundred Years of Solitude there are about fifteen years of hard work, hard living, and keeping tabs on it every day, trying to see how things were." --Gabriel Garc a M rquez On several occasions, Garc a M rquez stated that to write a book first you must learn how to write it, and only then could you face the typewriter. He "lived" almost twenty years in Macondo before he could write the all-time literary marvel that is One Hundred Years of Solitude. This anthology, compiled in an effort to track the writer's path, includes each published work where the mythical universe slowly took shape, from his notes for a 1950 novel and his first short stories, to Leaf Storm, No One Writes to the Colonel, and Evil Hour in 1966, what was apparently the prelude to creating One Hundred Years of Solitude. Welcome, reader, to The Road to Macondo.

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  • ISBN-13: 9788439737834
  • ISBN-10: 8439737831
  • Publisher: Literatura Random House
  • Publish Date: October 2022
  • Dimensions: 9.13 x 5.43 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.63 pounds
  • Page Count: 512

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