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Love in the Time of Cholera

Love in the Time of Cholera

 We have a new essay/journal entry by acclaimed author, Christopher Bram, who I’m proud to say is a part of mi familia. Cousin Chris takes a close look at Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s wonderful novel from 1985. Christopher Bram is the author of Father of Frankenstein (along with eight other novels), which was made into the Oscar-winning movie, Gods and Monsters. *For those of you who have not yet read Love in the Time of Cholera, Chris’s review includes spoilers.  

Christopher Bram: Love in the Time of Garcia Marquez

Christopher Bram: Love in the Time of Garcia Marquez

    November 12, 2007   I am rereading Love in the Time of Cholera, in part because of Draper’s recent pleasure in the book, in part to feed my new novel, and because I’m afraid that if I see the upcoming Mike Newell movie I will never be able to read the book again without seeing his images.   I first read the book five years ago. I see it more whole this time. The class issues read more…

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