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One Hundred Years of Solitude

Type: Drama, Magic Realism 

Author: Gabriel García Márquez
Publication Date: 1967 
Country: Argentina 
Pages: 448 

The story spans over a hundred years by focusing on the many generations of the Buendía family whose member José Arcadio Buendía founded the fictional town of Macondo in Columbia. Márquez infuses magical elements in the modern-day setting and creates an intellectual narrative that binds the readers in the conflict between the necessity for love and the need for solitude. 

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