Strange Pilgrims by Gabriel García Márquez

"Strange Pilgrims" is a collection of twelve short stories that explore the lives of Latin American characters who find themselves in unfamiliar European settings. The tales, infused with magical realism, delve into themes of dislocation, love, death, and the surreal experiences of immigrants. The characters, often caught between their old world and the new, face unexpected situations and encounters that challenge their understanding of reality. The stories weave a tapestry of poignant, strange, and sometimes whimsical narratives that reflect the author's signature style of blending the fantastic with the ordinary.

The 6755th greatest book of all time


Published
1992
Nationality
Colombian
Type
Fiction
Pages
208
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Spanish

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