Category Archives: Garcia Marquez (Gabriel)

Rand Paul’s Misadventures with Poetry

Senator Rand Paul’s often may misapply poetry, but the poems he chooses tell us a lot about Rand Paul.

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“100 Years of Solitude” vs. United Fruit

In a battle between Garcia Marquez’s “100 Years of Solitude” and the corporate behemoth United Fruit, the novel ultimately won.

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Dear Frustrated in Love: Read a Classic

Literature is better than any self help book for relationship guidance.

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