The General in His Labyrinth

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The General in His Labyrinth

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At the age of forty-six General Simon Bolivar, who drove the Spanish from his lands and became the Liberator of South America, takes himself into exile. He makes a final journey down the Magdalene River, revisiting the cities along its shores, reliving the triumphs, passions and betrayals of his youth. Consumed by the memories of what he has done and what he failed to do, Bolivar hopes to see a way out of the labyrinth in which he has lived all his life...'Breathtaking. A superb fictional recreation of Bolivar's last month' - "Observer".

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At the age of forty-six General Simon Bolivar, who drove the Spanish from his lands and became the Liberator of South America, takes himself into exile. He makes a final journey down the Magdalene River, revisiting the cities along its shores, reliving the triumphs, passions and betrayals of his youth. Consumed by the memories of what he has done and what he failed to do, Bolivar hopes to see a way out of the labyrinth in which he has lived all his life...'Breathtaking. A superb fictional recreation of Bolivar's last month' - "Observer".

Author Biography

Gabriel García Márquez (1927 – 2014) was born in Colombia and was a Colombian novelist, short-story writer, screenwriter and journalist. His many works include The Autumn of the Patriarch; No One Writes to the Colonel; Love in the Time of Cholera and Memories of My Melancholy Whores; and a memoir, Living to Tell the Tale. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982.

About the Book

Language English
Binding Paper Back
ISBN-10 No
ISBN-13 9780140245295
Publisher Penguin Books Ltd
Publication Date Jan 1, 1991
Edition No
Author(s) Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Editor(s) No
Translator(s) No
Subject No
Number of Pages No
Height 7.8
Width 5.1
Weight 0.2800