Gabriel García Márquez’s “The Autumn of the Patriarch” ~ The New Yorker — The Rōbert [Cholo] Report (pron: Rō’bear Re’por)

From The New Yorker‘s archive: Gabriel García Márquez explores the ruins of colonialism and capitalism in this 1976 story about a solitary, undying despot in the “house of power.” View in browser | Update your preferences Fiction “The Autumn of the Patriarch,” by Gabriel García Márquez Over the weekend the vultures got into the Presidential Palace […]

via Gabriel García Márquez’s “The Autumn of the Patriarch” ~ The New Yorker — The Rōbert [Cholo] Report (pron: Rō’bear Re’por)

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