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The Relationship between the Colonel and Sabas in "No One Writes to the Colonel" - Our first encounter with Sabas is at the funeral of the musician that had died a natural death which was not common in that area. At this point there is no sign of Sabas’ wealth or his impertinence. In this section of the novel we are told that Sabas is the Godfather of the colonel’s son who is no more. “It was Sabas, the godfather of his dead son, the only leader of his party who had escaped political persecution and had continued to live in the town” [p.7]. In quote, Gabriel gives us some background information on Sabas’ professional life and states that he is a failed politician....   [tags: No One Writes to the Colonel, relationships, chara] 598 words
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Pride and Dignity in No One Writes to the Colonel, by Gabriel Garcia Marquez - In a state of martial law one individual does not have much to say. This statement holds true in the novel, No One Writes to the Colonel, by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The author discusses the political climate of one man, the Colonel, who after fighting to create the government in power is being controlled by the bureaucracy. A corrupt government can ruin a man, sap his will, and drive him mindless with hunger; although times are hard the Colonel keeps his dignity and pride.      The government, through the use of martial law, controls the people quite readily....   [tags: No One Writes to the Colonel Essays] 985 words
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Honor in No One Writes to the Colonel and Chronicle of a Death Foretold by Garcia-Marquez - Honor in No One Writes to the Colonel and Chronicle of a Death Foretold by Garcia-Marquez Every culture in the world has its own unique set of values that they adhere to in life. The most important value to people is their honor. Honor is a very important factor in a person life that they will stop at nothing to make sure it is not lost. This endless pursuit of keeping honor can causes both positive and negative effects to a society. The reason honor is a main driving force in a person's life is for the simple fact that it determines how the society views that person's integrity, honesty and truthfulness to himself and family....   [tags: Gabriel Garcia Marquez Death Compare Contrast]
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Parallels of Latin American Culture in Pedro Paramo and No One Writes to the Colonel - Parallels of Latin American Culture in Pedro Paramo and No One Writes to the Colonel There is an uncountable amount of references of Latin American culture found within the literature, Pedro Paramo by Juan Rulfo, and No One Writes To the Colonel by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The question is; can the reader whose cultural experiences are based in the United States of American relate and make relevant to themselves the aspects of Latin American Culture. Through the comparison of sport, such as cock-fighting, a Latin American pastime, The roles of a small town vs....   [tags: Papers] 743 words
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One Hundred Years of Solitude - “Races condemned to one hundred years of solitude did not have a second opportunity on this earth (Marquez 417),” Gabriel Garcia Marquez makes these powerful last words in One Hundred Years of Solitude ring true. Marquez demonstrates through many examples that human beings cannot exist in isolation. In order for the race to survive, people must be independent. Examples of solitude are found throughout the one hundred year life of the Buendia family and Macondo. Solitude in OHYOS reveals both physical and emotional aspects by being shown individually, geographically, and romantically....   [tags: Gabriel García Marquez novel] 1050 words
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Comparing the Train in The South and One Hundred Years of Solitude -    In One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez and "The South" by Jorge Luis Borges, many similar devices are used by the authors. Their presentations and their uses are sometimes similar and at times dissimilar. There is one device that is used by both authors that is one of the most prominent devices in both works--the train. The presentation and use of the train in both texts is different, but in both it is a method of transportation and an evil entity that is an active symbol of change....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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