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Chronicle of A Death Foretold

García Márquez, Gabriel (Book - 1983 )
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
Chronicle of A Death Foretold
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"EXQUISITELY HARROWING . . . . Very strange and brilliantly conceived. . . . A sort of metaphysical murder mystery. . . . The murder will stand among the innumerable murders of modern literature as one of the best and most powerfully rendered." A mysterious and haunting tale of romance and murder, that begins with the marriage of a man and a woman in love. But when he inexplicably mistreats his beloved on the night of the wedding, he is in turn murdered by her brothers, and we are left with a strange sense of inevitability and passions gone terribly awry. From the Paperback edition.
Authors: García Márquez, Gabriel, 1928-
Title: Chronicle of a death foretold
Publisher: New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House, 1983
Characteristics: 120 p. ; 22 cm
Notes: Translation of: Cronica de una muerte anunciada
ISBN: 0394530748
Branch Call Number: FICTION Gar
Statement of Responsibility: Gabriel Garcia Marquez ; translated from the Spanish by Gregory Rabassa
Subject Headings: Death Fiction
Topical Term: Death
LCCN: 82048884
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A mysterious and haunting tale of romance and murder, that begins with the marriage of a man and a woman in love. But when he inexplicably mistreats his beloved on the night of the wedding, he is in turn murdered by her brothers, and we are left with a strange sense of inevitability and passions ... Read More »


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