march 23 lectures notes ARLT

march 23 lectures notes ARLT - How does Garcia Marquez show...

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How does Garcia Marquez show change? o Listing …. . o Creates sense of aging, the passing of time for both the characters and the village of Macondo, for the characters of the characters and there place, the context that allows things to occur is that time is passing? o He treats time as a character that experienced youth, middle –age and old age, his sense of time is linear even though we are often told about it circularly because he creates characters that think and talk the way we do o He tells us this really thrilling things like the secret of lost objects (you lose something when you do it outside your normal routine), think about how Ursula could see different aspects of her family once she went blind How is Macondo different o Modern technology: railroad, cinema, etc, which is all very transformative, modernity has a dark side too, consider how they were disturbed by it and the impersonality of it, like actors in various films o Outside world is aware of the town’s existence
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