Modernity and Marginality in Love in the Time of Cholera

@article{Moraa1990ModernityAM,
  title={Modernity and Marginality in Love in the Time of Cholera},
  author={M. Mora{\~n}a},
  journal={Studies in Twentieth-and Twenty-First Century Literature},
  year={1990},
  volume={14},
  pages={5}
}
  • M. Moraña
  • Published 1990
  • Sociology
  • Studies in Twentieth-and Twenty-First Century Literature
The two male protagonists of García Márquez's novel, Dr. Urbino and Florentino Ariza (whose lives are linked by their relationship to Fermina Daza), enact to the limit nineteenth century ideologies of scientific progress and romanticism. The anachronistic plot of romantic love taken to the point of parody is deployed by the author as a critique of fin de siècle modernity. 

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