"What's in a Name" - One Hundred Years of Solitude

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Solitude. Whether it is by force or by one’s own will, everyone experiences the loneliness and therapeutic essence of solitude. In Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude, each character experiences some form of isolation throughout their life. In most of the characters’ cases, after their period of solitude, that character exudes some sort of rebirth or even a cleansing from the cause for the solitude. This cleansing allows the character to …

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…practically bleeding with solitude. Every character in the novel with any importance, undergoes a period of solitude. Many people believe that the solitude in the book is an overwhelming amount, however, if thought about, the solitude is mainly revolved around one family, and not nearly the amount the world goes through. In Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s novel, One Hundred Years of Solitude, the conc! ept of solitude is alive in everyone’s life. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **Bibliography**