Love in the Time of Cholera

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Title: Love of the Cholera Years

Translator: Fathi Campus

Publisher: The Contemporary Way

Subject: Colombian stories

Age category: Adult

Cover: Paperback

Number of pages: 408

Language: Farsi

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Love in the Time of Cholera is one of the world famous novels. Florentino is a slender young man from a middle-class family. He is the illegitimate child of a man who owns a shipping company.

He lost his father as a child and lives with his mother, who owns a thrift store. As a young man, he works in a telegraph office, and when he enters a house to deliver a telegraph, he falls in love with the family (Fermina). Fermina, who lost her mother as a child, lives with her father and….

In 2007, a film was made based on this book. Marquez never allowed a film to be made from his books, but eventually allowed the love of the cholera years to become a film.
The book is a circle, a circle of adventure that you read, the circle opens and you are faced with a bigger, more shocking, more beautiful and sadder adventure.
The main characters of the novel each tell their own story, and next to our own story, we are confronted with the story of the other character in the story, the other character becomes the narrator, and the story goes on to form everything. A story from the late nineteenth to the early twentieth century.

Excerpts from the book Love of the Cholera Years
If they had realized in time that it is much easier to avoid the important catastrophes of married life than the small annoyances of daily life, life might have been easier for both of them, but all they had learned was that wisdom sometimes comes to man. It’s too late.

His fear was not the fear of death. No, the fear of death was in his heart for years and he lived with it. It was a shadow added to his own.

At the age of eighty-one, he still realized that he was connected to this world with only a few thin, rotten threads, threads that might be torn without any pain. Very simple, with a bitch tumbling while sleeping. He did his best not to tear those threads because he was afraid that he would not see God in front of his eyes in the darkness of death.
The man, in spite of several long and miserable loves, had only thought of him for one paragraph, and fifty-one years, nine months and four days had passed. He did not have to draw lines on the cell wall every day like a prisoner to remember time and not confuse.
Florentino Aretha wrote letters every night without mercy. One letter after another in the smoke of palm oil lamps in the post office of Kharazi shop, and the more he tried to make his letters more similar to the collection of poems of his favorite poets in the National Library, which at the same time reached eighty volumes. , The letters got longer and crazier. His mother, who had initially encouraged him in the torment of love, gradually became concerned about his health.

When he heard the first roosters in the bedroom, he shouted at her: “You are losing your mind, your brain is defective, there is no woman in the world who deserves so much love.”

The Love of the Cholera Years is a timeless and indescribable work by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, one of the world’s most famous romances. It should be said that among Marquez’s various works, One Hundred Years of Solitude, The Autumn of Patriarchy, Love in the Cholera Years, no one writes a letter to the colonel, and the generals have special importance and value in their labyrinths.
In The Love of the Cholera Years, Florentino is a slender, thin young man from a middle-class family. He lost his father as a child and lives with his mother.

As a young man, he works in a telegraph office and when he enters a house to deliver a telegram, he falls in love with the family (Fermina).

Fermina, who lost her mother as a child, lives with her father. Her father is rich but has a dubious work history, is not from an aristocratic family, but has special dreams of marrying his daughter to a noble family and sending her to a non-profit school.

A school that teaches the art of coding to the daughters of respected families. Florentino is a reader and writer (a reader who, during his years of reading, never knew what was a good book or a bad book) and wrote to his lover before expressing his love as much as a love book. But eventually love is expressed with the help of others and buds of mutual love emerge.

A love of correspondence and purity. After the father finds out about his daughter’s love, he tries to extinguish the fire of this love by taking them away, so he takes her on a long journey.
After the return and confrontation of two lovers, Fermina suddenly feels that she has no love for Florentino, so she ends the matter! After this story, the head of the third side of the story, namely Dr. Khonal Orbino, is found.

Dr. Orbino is a young man from an aristocratic family who went to Europe to study medicine and returned to his hometown with a bag full of science, class and motivation …

Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Colombia’s greatest writer and world-renowned author and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1998, was born March 6, 1928, in the village of Aracataca in the Inaccurate region of Maltag and Santam. His grandmother lived.

In 1394, his first articles were published in a newspaper called Khontud, which was for high school students. His high school education was interrupted and Garcia Marquez went to Soko for a year.

In April 1996, “Nobody Writes to the Colonel” was reprinted. In the same year he moved to Mexico and lived with his wife and two-year-old child.
He wrote screenplays for movies. He also submitted the manuscript of The Evil Hour Story to the National Novel Competition organized by the Osu Oil Company in Bogota and won first prize.
In 1996, his book Nobody Writes to the Colonel was published in Mexico. Also a translation of the same book in Paris. He also wrote the first patriarchal autumn story in the same year. In 1965, writing One Hundred Years Alone; Began. And in April 1968, One Hundred Years of Solitude was published in Buenos Aires, and it was an immediate and dramatic success, with the book being reprinted continuously.

In 1969, one hundred years alone, he won the French Prize for Best Foreign Language Book. The story of a drowning man was published in Barcelona in 1970. Marquez traveled extensively to the Caribbean after resigning as ambassador to Barcelona.
The publication of the sad and unbelievable story book of the simple-hearted Arendira and the grandmother of his heart stone, won the Romulus Gaigos Prize for best novel. In 1997, Autumn of the Patriarch was published.
In 1982, he published our book Blue Dog Eyes, and it was in that year that he won the Nobel Prize for Literature. He published The Love of the Cholera Years in 1998. The publication of General’s book in his labyrinth in 1989 caused a worldwide controversy. In 1992, the book of love and other demons; 1996, publication of a book on a hostage-taking case; ۸98, Scriptwriting Workshop and Culture of the Latin American Terminology Society; ۹9999 Land of Children and for Freedom; And in 2000, he published two books, Notes and The Big House.

Review of the love novel Cholera in love (Cholera)
Latin American literature is not limited to the description of liberation and the struggles of the people of this region. Many of the writings of great Latin American writers have a romantic flavor, romances different from European romances and with a special atmosphere and feelings for Latin American countries. One of the greatest Latin American writers is Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

Marquez, who has remained in the minds of those interested in literature with his book “One Hundred Years of Solitude”, has many works, one of the most prominent of which is love in the time of cholera. Love in the Time of Cholera is a sad love story that tells the presence of love as a disease.

About the love book of the cholera years
The love of the cholera years, originally titled El amor en los tiempos del cólera, was first published in Spanish in 1985. It was three years later that Alfred Knauf translated it into English as Love in the Time of Cholera.
The love story takes place in the time of cholera in a port city near the Caribbean Sea and the Magdalena River. The name of the city is not mentioned in the story, but “Rafael Nunes”, the author of the Colombian national anthem, said: “The country where the story takes place is Colombia. “The Magdalena River evokes a city like Cartagena.”

Gabriel Garcia Marquez has written the romance novel Love in Cholera in six chapters. The book begins with a scene in which Dr. Xonal Orbino appears at the funeral of his friend Khormia de Saint-Amour in his apartment.

The cause of death is suicide by inhaling cyanide, which is used to print photos. This chapter of the novel is narrated from Dr. Orbino’s point of view. The other 5 chapters of the novel also narrate the story from the point of view of each of the characters. By reading the collection of these chapters, the reader gradually understands the story and finds the connection between the characters of the story and the events.

Many critics of cholera love see it as a story that emphasizes the power of true love. A lover in Garcia Marquez’s story is considered a disease, a disease that can be compared to cholera.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez was a prolific writer throughout his life. Many works by Marquez are left, many of which have been translated and published in Iran. Among Marquez’s works are “Autumn of the Patriarch”, “Nobody Writes a Letter to the Colonel”, “The Evil Hour”, “From Love and Other Demons” and his most important novel “One Hundred Years of Solitude”.

Gabriel Garcia Marquez has lived in Mexico City since 1960 and died at the age of 87 at his home in the city. He had Alzheimer’s disease in his later years.

Marquez’s death on April 17, 2017 provoked many reactions around the world. “A thousand years of loneliness and grief for the greatest Colombians who have ever lived,” Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said of Marquez’s death.

The love movie of the cholera years
A film was made in 2007 based on the romance romance novel Love. This is the first film based on Marquez in Hollywood. The film’s producer, Scott Spindorf, took three years to get Marquez permission to make the film because he was not interested in making the film based on his work. However, it is said that after the film was made, love was first screened privately for Marquez during the cholera years, and he expressed his satisfaction with the result.

This work was directed by Mark Noel. The film Love in Cholera, like the book itself, tells the story of the period from 1880 to 1930 and tells the story of a love triangle between Fermina Datha, Florentino Aretha and Dr. Juonal Orbino.

The love of the cholera years, originally titled El amor en los tiempos del cólera, was first published in Spanish in 1985. It was three years later that Alfred Knauf translated it into English as Love in the Time of Cholera.
The love story takes place in the time of cholera in a port city near the Caribbean Sea and the Magdalena River. The name of the city is not mentioned in the story, but “Rafael Nunes”, the author of the Colombian national anthem, said about this:

“The country in which the story takes place is Colombia. Although the name of the city is not mentioned in the story, the name of the place and their description, as well as the reference to the Magdalena River, bring to mind a city like Cartagena.”

Gabriel Garcia Marquez has written the romance novel Love in Cholera in six chapters. The book begins with a scene in which Dr. Xonal Orbino appears at the funeral of his friend Khormia de Saint-Amour in his apartment. The cause of death is suicide by inhaling cyanide, which is used to print photos. This chapter of the novel is narrated from Dr. Orbino’s point of view. The other 5 chapters of the novel also narrate the story from the point of view of each of the characters. By reading the collection of these chapters, the reader gradually understands the story and finds the connection between the characters of the story and the events.
Many critics of cholera love see it as a story that emphasizes the power of true love. A lover in Garcia Marquez’s story is considered a disease, a disease that can be compared to cholera.

About Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Gabriel José Garcاa M مارrquez was born on March 6, 1927, in the village of Arkataca in the Santamara region of Colombia. He was a Colombian novelist, writer, journalist, publisher and political activist. He was known among the people of Latin America as Gabo or Gabito (for worship). He lived in Mexico after a conflict with the head of the Colombian government and his persecution.

Gabriel Garcia Marquez, winner of the 1982 Nobel Prize in Literature, is best known for his 1967 novel One Hundred Years of Solitude, one of the best-selling books in the world.

Marquez’s works have been translated into many languages ​​around the world, including Persian. One hundred years of loneliness, the patriarchal autumn, the love of the cholera years and the sinister hour are among them.

Hajj died on April 17, 2014 due to forgetfulness.

Sentences from the love book of the cholera years
Humans are not born once, on the day their mothers give birth to them; “Rather, life forces them to re-create themselves over and over again.”

Florentino Ariza spoke in a calm tone; But he also tried to keep his word as firm as he could. He said:

As you wish. But I can not make a decision until I know what he thinks. Otherwise, I have betrayed him.

Lorenzo Daza leaned back in his chair and turned his gaze outward. He lowered his voice and said:

Do not force me to kill you with a bullet!

Florentino Ariza felt the turmoil of foam and ice fill his intestines. But his speech did not tremble; Because he felt he was being enlightened in the light of the Holy Spirit. He put his hand on his chest and said:

All right, shoot me, there is nothing more glorious than dying for love.

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