One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez
- Married cousins + chastity pants + Prudencio Aguilar’s taunt – iguanas = a murder, a ghost and the reason José Arcadio Buendia and Úrsula move
- Pilar Ternera: Her sad past has twisted her sexual relationships.
“…she kept the madness of her heart intact.” Pay attention to madness as a theme.
- Instead of ice, this time the gypsies bring a flying carpet and a waif that catches José Arcadio’s eye.
- José Arcadio leaves with the gypsies even though Pilar is having his baby.
- Úrsula leaves behind baby Amaranta for five months and returns to Macando not with José Arcadio but with citizens of a town only two days away.