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Surname 1 Name Instructor Course Date Latin American Literary Boom Latin American Literature boom is the explosion of Latin American literature in the 1960s and 1970s. The boom was catalyzed by writers such as Gabriel Marquez, Mario Vargas and Julio Cortazar. These writers were experimental modernists and therefore had an ambition in bringing new taste in literature that had not been experienced properly. Magical realism on the other hand is a fiction style that aims to paint realistic view of the modern world while introducing magical elements. Magical realism was spearheaded by Latin American authors and the authors presented an alternative to the accepted reality and was an essential tool in the fight against regimes. I believe some of the ideologies and inventions in literature that they promoted makes magical realism an extension to American literature boom. The members of the Boom made Latin American literature a cosmopolitan affair and this made them to gain a lot of publicity. Magical Realism is an extension of Latin American boom because some of the authors that pioneered this branch were members of the Boom. Boom writers always drove outside traditional structures and embraced experimental narration. Inhabitants of Macondo accept ascension as an occupational hazard but they marvel at ice. Magical realism combined true,

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