The Autumn Of The Patriarch

Author: Gabriel Garcia Marquez
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Gabriel Garcia Marquez, winner of the 1982 Nobel Prize for Literature and author of One Hundred Years of Solitude, explores the loneliness of power in Autumn of the Patriarch.

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The Autumn of the Patriarch (1976; first published in Spanish asEl otoño del
patriarca, 1975) may not enjoy the popularity of One Hundred Years of Solitude
or Love in the Time of Cholera, it is frequently ranked among Gabriel García
Márquez's greatest achievements. Among those who hold the novel in such high
esteem is the author himself, who believes that its level of artistic innovation far
exceeds even his acknowledged masterpiece: “I've often read reviews that said
that One ...

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García Márquez, Autumn of the Patriarch, p. 150. 29. García Márquez, Autumn of
the Patriarch, p. 218; García Márquez, Cien años de soledad, p. 22. 30. García
Márquez, Autumn of the Patriarch, p. 218. in the original, 'la suerte torcida de sus
empresas' (García Márquez, El otoño del patriarca, p. 258). 31. García Márquez,
Autumn of the Patriarch, p. 218. 32. García Márquez, Autumn of the Patriarch, p.
217. 33. Carlos Fuentes, 'García Márquez: la figura del poder', in Valiente mundo
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Gabriel Garc A M Rquez

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9 Language and power in The Autumn of the Patriarch JO LABANYI Language
and power are closely linked. We use language to persuade, that is, to
manipulate others into acquiescence. We call a statement true if it has power
over us. The authority of language derives from the notion of authorship, the
assumption that language is the direct expression of a central, unified voice. The
statement which does not have a clear relationship to the voice that speaks it
does not have authority.

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Autumn. of. the. Patriarch. L. anguage and power are closely linked. We use
language to persuade, that is, to manipulate others into acquiescence. We call a
statement true if it has power over us. The authority of language derives from the
notion of authorship, the assumption that language is the direct expression of a
central, unified voice. The statement which does not have a clear relationship to
the voice that speaks it does not have authority. Reported speech is less
authoritative ...

Latin American Television

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Autumn. of. the. Patriarch: Mexico. and. Televisa. The development of television
in Mexico is synonymous with the history of how the whole of the Mexican
broadcasting system has been very much formed by the entrepreneurship of two
generations of patriarchs from the one family, the Azcárragas, and by the
emergence of their company, Televisa, as a quasi-monopolistic, cross-media
conglomerate which not only has dominated the Mexican television market, but
has been actively ...

Gabriel Garci A Ma Rquez S One Hundred Years Of Solitude

Author: Gabriel Garcia Marquez
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The Autumn of the Patriarch may be too pervaded by Faulkner, but One Hundred
Years of Solitude absorbs Faulkner, as it does all other influences, into a
phantasmagoria so powerful and self-consistent that the reader never questions
the authority of García Márquez. Perhaps, as Reinard Argas suggested, Faulkner
is replaced by Carpentier and Kafka by Borges in One Hundred Years of Solitude
, so that the imagination of García Márquez domesticates itself within its own
language.

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The complexity of The Autumn of the Patriarch* has not gone unnoticed by its
readers, several of whom have sought to account for its power of persuasion,1
but this complexity still requires further methodical analyses capable of following
the debate on Latin-American history and culture rekindled by Gabriel Garcia
Marquez through his writing. The notable international success of Garcia
Marquez's novels should not make us believe, however, as has easily occurred
in the case of ...

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The other phenomenon we referred to as a sign of growing ideological
commitment which preceded the publication of The Autumn of the Patriarch was
García Márquez's involvement with the magazine Alternativa. In 1974, that
publication was launched in Bogotá, as a weekly for radical Leftists, focusing on
relatively general information, successfully breaking the mold of the almost
clandestinely circulated publications in that arena, which had been distributed on
an almost personal ...

The Cambridge Introduction To Gabriel Garc A M Rquez

Author: Gerald Martin
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Autumn. of. the. Patriarch. (1975):. the. love. of. power. After the astonishing
success of One Hundred Years of Solitude when it was published in Buenos
Aires in 1967, García Márquez and his family moved to Spain and took up
residence, like other members of the 'Boom', in Barcelona. Although the whole
literary world was begging for more Macondo, and he could probably have
written profitable sequels to One Hundred Years of Solitude for years, García
Márquez adopted ...