Marquez's Macondo as a Representation of the World and its Ecology
The paper interprets Gabriel Garcia Marquez's seminal novel One Hundred Years of Solitude through the lens of Ecocriticism, and argues how Marquez disguises Macondo as an island to present the village as a world within itself and represents the world's ecosystem through it.
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