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Love and Disease : the Humanism of Gabriel Garcia Marquez ' s Love in the Time of Cholera

@inproceedings{Mrquez2017LoveAD,
  title={Love and Disease : the Humanism of Gabriel Garcia Marquez ' s Love in the Time of Cholera},
  author={G. M{\'a}rquez and S. Love},
  year={2017}
}
ion, the futility of attempting to make meaning, Bakhtin asse1ts that meaningmaking is unavoidable. Indeed, Clark and Holquist continue, "[p]eople in essence are nothing hut creators and consumers of meaning. The world and people interact in a mutuality of passive need for and active giving of value" (1984: 75). Bakhtin's belief in the ability of interlocutors to consummate this mutual need for value stems from a philosophical position that, unlike postmodernism, recognises the interactive, or… Expand

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