rich story of the Buendia family that encompasses the generations where the reader partakes in the twist and turns of the pedigree while ultimately having been left with the utmost increments of the intelligence that account for the immeasurable impact that is brought together in the novel.
The value of fantastic representation and realistic representation is the basis of magical realism. Arva cited as an example the imagery that was presented in the massacre that although it did not include actual words that specify violence, the figures of speech that suggest the horrors of what occurred in relation to the experience of the characters is accordingly vivid. In this case, the author made it possible to stimulate the ‘traumatic imagination’ of the readers to be transformed into ‘narrative memory.’ The translation of the writing of what is real is the primary endowment of the magical realist writer. The depiction of reality with the use of images directs to a ‘dissimulation of reality’ which leads to the readers’ estrangement from it. The oxymoronic real unreality, that this is actually the manifestation of the existing authenticity of the current social realities (pp. 61-62).
Language is a vital part of any culture and words are the basic units of language. This is the medium of a writer to convey the message he wants to set across. It is the basic necessity that allows the writer to be able to be part of the lives of the readers which perpetuates his writing. The question of idea, style and emotion that is vital in the realization of good writing is what distinguishes one text from the other. The achievement of all these elements sets off the desired effects that the writer particularly has in mind in reference to his creation. The ability to say so much with so little is the indication of a writer’s talent. All these and more is achieved and very much perceptible in the novel.
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