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Nobel prize winner and author of en los PDF #204 One Hundred Years of Solitude Gabriel García Máruez tells a tale of an unreuited love that outlasts all rivals in his masterpiece Love in the Time of Cholera published as a Penguin Essential for the first timeFifty one years nine months and four days have passed since Fermina Daza rebuffed hopeless romantic El amor P. 5 masculine organic decaying stars 8th Favorite Read of 2016 Do not make the mistake that this book is about love This book is about much common vices Vices that masuerade for loveJealousy obsession desire pity and vengeancePerpetually selfish penises promising but only perjuring voluminous misunderstood vaginasMen using women that use menThe demise of the body civilization disease poverty stolen riches subservience slaverySexual abuse in the guise of parental guidance Smothering overindulgent mothers psychologically killing sons and maiming daughtersBeauty and comfort for the very few Shades of skin as important as class and wealthNarcissism poetry and empty years of mindless despairRot sickeningly sweet perfumes theft and unknown historyOh no do not misunderstand this book is not about love Anything but

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El amor en los tiempos del cóleraDF or Florentino Ariza's impassioned advances and married Dr Juvenal Urbino instead During that half century Flornetino has fallen into the arms of many delighted women but has loved none but Fermina Having sworn his eternal love to her he lives for the day when he can court her againWhen Fermina's husband is killed trying to retrieve his pet parrot from amor en los. I don't like this bookI don't like the characters This was going to be a list but then I realized that this is the only reason I haveFlorentino Ariza is a baby Seriously his mom gives him whatever he wants and she tries to make everything all right for him and he is very very if he lived today he would be one of those emo kids with the dyed black hair and the eye liner and the journals full of bad poetry he does write bad poetry in the book all Nobody gets me and just a grating time sucking high maintenance type He rationalizes his behavior in whatever way he can so he never feels that he is doing anything wrongI grew impatient with him fairly uickly; I wanted to wring him by his neck and yell GET OVER IT I have no tolerance for that kind of behaviorSometime during the Seduction of the 600 it says that Florentino Ariza thought that when a woman said no she really meant something else that's a paraphrase This is another thing I have no tolerance for So when he persisted in his attentions to Fermina Daza even after she'd made her own feelings uite clear TWICE and she came around to his way of thinking it justified his behavior I don't think he should be rewarded for that I think he should be kicked to the curbFermina Daza was almost likable; I was almost there with her but then I realized that there wasn't anything really likable about her She was efficient and organized she was well behaved and she was boring Why did men love her What did she have to offer I DON'T KNOWI did like Juvenal Urbino Of course he dies in the first chapterIt seemed to me that the book dragged on FOREVER; I kept looking ahead to the end of a chapter and sighing Forty two pages The chapters are long Even though two weeks doesn't seem like a long time it's a long time for ME to be reading a book particularly one that isn't a thousand pages long and written in Elizabethan EnglishI didn't think this was any kind of love story Like Wuthering Heights it's a love gone wrong story or an obsession story; none of the characters really displayed any of the traits that I would associate with love one which the chief one I would say is selflessness None of them were willing to put anyone else above themselves and maybe that's why I didn't particularly care for them or for this bookI've written a in depth review here

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El amor en los tiempos del cólera Free download ´ 7 ´ [PDF / Epub] ★ El amor en los tiempos del cólera Author Gabriel García Márquez – Gym-apparel.co.uk Nobel prize winner and author of One Hundred Years of Solitude Gabriel García Máruez tells a tale of an unreuited love that outlasts all rivals in his masterpiEBook #9734 a mango tree Florentino seizes his chance to declare his enduring love But can young love find new life in the twilight of their lives'The most important writer of fiction in any language' Bill Clinton'An exuisite writer wise compassionate and extremely funny' Sunday Telegraph'An amazing celebration of the many kinds of love between men and women' The Tim. DNF at page 218 This is tough for me to admit I hate not finishing books but I cannot carry on with this any longer when I am not enjoying it and I have so many other books I could be reading instead The writing is tedious Focused on a man rejected when he was young and his infatuation with this woman for years afterwards He sleeps with numerous other women as we are shown in detail His first love marries another but he still cannot move on His obsession borders on the creepy he never really knew her that well in the beginning anyway let alone to call it true love I’m fed up so I’m giving up No rating