Fall Winter 21 - Reike Nen

All the individual's life seems different yet similar in some aspect. From genera-tion to generation, a mother to a daughter or grandmother to granddaughter, they live in a different era yet, it seems contemporary in some way.

'One Hundred Years of Solitude' by Gabriel García Márquez is the inevitable andinescapable repetition of the history of seven generations of the Buendía Family. Even with the family tree given in the book, it confuses the readers as there are several characters named Aureliano and Jose Arcadio through seven generations. The genre of the novel is called 'Magical Realism' which means the story portraits a realistic view of the modern world while adding magical elements. Small and big events repeat in generations over and over without our realization.

Within our life or outside of our life, the wheels turn.