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Death Constant Beyond Love

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on 6 October 2014

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Transcript of Death Constant Beyond Love

The writer
Gabriel García Marquez:
Some famous literature works
"Leaf storm"
(1955): The narrative of Leaf Storm shifts between the perspectives of three generations of one family as the three characters (father, daughter and grandson respectively) find themselves in a spiritual limbo after the death of a man passionately hated by the entire village yet inextricably linked to the patriarch of the family.

"One Hundred Years of Solitude"

is the story of seven generations of the Buendía Family in the town of Macondo. The founding patriarch of Macondo, José Arcadio Buendía seeks for a new home. One night of his emigration journey, while camping on a riverbank, he dreams of "Macondo", a city of mirrors that reflects the world in and about it.

"Death constant beyond love"
Senator Sanchez:
• Corrupt politician;
• Power and money;
• Solitude

• Beautiful young woman;
• Prostituted off by her father

Nelson Farina:
• Fugitive

Literary Genre
Gonzalez, Cinthya

"Death Constant Beyond Love"

Love Constant Beyond Death
Sonnet by Quevedo
Magical Realism
Main features of the genre:
*Related to, but distinctive from, surrealism;

*Fantastical elements;

*Real-world setting;

*Authorial reticence;

*The ordinary as strange;

*Hybrid scenery;


*Political critique
Representative writers
Isabel Allende
Jorge Luis Borges
Mario Vargas Llosa




Unattainable happiness


Types of texts

*To describe a person, place, or event so that the topic can be clearly seen in the reader's mind.

*To provide information to the reader.

*To describe an experience, event, or sequence of events in the form of a story.

*To give an opinion and try to influence the reader's way of thinking with supporting evidence.

The name of this story is a take on a famous sonnet written by the Spanish poet Quevedo called “Love Constant Beyond Death”.
Pragmatic Analysis
The First Speech

Nelson Farina
The Townsfolk
The Senator
Laura Farina
The meeting with Laura
The meeting in the night
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