Marquez: On Death and Belonging

Gabriel Garcia Marquez surely knows how to expound on the trivialities of life by employing excellent brevity in words. The following quote from One Hundred Years of Solitude is an exemplary ode to his style:

“A person does not belong to a place until there is someone dead under the ground”

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