Death Constant Beyond Love By Gabriel Garcia Marquez And Infinite And Narrative Of The Life Of Frederick Douglas

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Poetry is a form of art that’s been part of this world for many centuries. Poetry is merely more than just words, a human expression symbolizing life/nature through experiences and influences. Many poems concentrate around a main idea, normally a poem addresses a theme or idea concerning a human existence. In “Death Constant beyond Love” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez and “Infinite” by Giacomo Leopardi and “Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas, An American Slave” by Frederick Douglas all express a nature and human behavior change through life implications. The constant battles in life and social life changes personal behavior and how you view nature and life there after.
In “Death Constant beyond Love”, Garcia Marquez describes a realistic impression of the power of death during the life implication of a terminal illness. The narrator describes Marquez as a corrupt politician with a curse who has less than 6 months left to live, who now faces love again (pg. 1653). Marquez doesn’t confide on anyone about the illness, or tell anyone he faces death. Despite having a soul mate, a father of five, he becomes vulnerable, and resorts to finding love with a corrupt contingency to help ease the dark reality of a lonely death (pg. 1654). The title takes away any positive outcome in this story because Marquez is bound to die so no happiness truly awaits him. In the acknowledgment of death Marquez takes on a different state of mind, confusing love with lust in order to…

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