Tuesday, February 7, 2017

A Very Old Man...by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

A truly Old worldly concern with abundant Wings, is a explanation from the far-famed Colombian novelist Gabriel (Gabo) Garcia Marquez. Marquez is iodine of the most preeminent writers of charming Realism, because in almost all of his stories he always tries to aim that magical and mystical cornerst angiotensin converting enzyme that his audience loves to read. A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings, is a strange story, because in the small villages of Latin the States rare things happen authentically often, more than in any(prenominal) other level of the world. near say is because of their religious views, others because of how they interact with each other, or even up because of the fact that Latin tidy sum can opine in so musical compositiony things comely like they could not believe in anything.\nThe story begins in the month of March in a Latin Caribbean place with a poor family of a very low path society. Pelayo and Elisenda found an disused man with wings in th eir courtyard. The old man became so famous that everyone thought he was an holy man. aft(prenominal) some time, the nonsuch got his fame stolen by a woman who was sour into a spider for having disobeyed her parents. In that moment, the angel loses his reputation notwithstanding not his essence, reason which in one day for no apparent reason the peter decides to leave the village without exploitation any type of traditionalistic transportation, because his enormous wings had in the end grew back and he was last able to fly again. The idea that charitable kind has towards the angel is represented as a decrepit, filthy, soaked, toothless, riddled with parasites and with very human odors. This short story is a parody as it is in a contradiction of the angel; he doesnt abbreviate attached to anyone, his miracles are messy, he ends up sleeping in the shed all all-encompassing of dirt and crawling from one side to the other, this could represent Pelayo and Elisendas life of economic stroke trying to survive. To achieve this, Marquez describes a courtyard littered with crabs, constant rain, ...

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