Marquex, one of these days Essay

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Marquez, “One of These Days”

     Gabriel Garica Marquez wrote “One of These Days” directly about the relationship between middle class and politicians. Marquez wrote this short story to try to tell his readers the reality of power and revenge among people. “One of These Days” would inspire those who are interested to learn more about politicians and how they handle their power, whether they take advantage of their power or not. The story relates to disadvantages and advantages between middle class and politicians.
     In the story “One of These Days”, Marquez begins with a poor town dentist who is polishing false teeth when the mayor calls him threatening to shoot him if
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The mayor is the epitome of apparently corrupt, even murderous, political power.”(The modern world) Marquez is trying to tell his readers those with political power will have the power to win or get their revenge in the end. People with political power see no wrong in what they are doing no matter how much others may make them suffer; Politicians will only see that others are wrong for what they do to them. Politicians will always think they are right and use their power to get their revenge.
      Gabriel Garica Marquez started writing short stories like these in 1955 when he published his first novella, Leaf Storm. Marquez was born on March 6, 1928 in Aracataca, Colombia. Marquez’s parents were struggling for money, so Marquez went and lived with his grandparents for his first eight years. Gabriel grew up as a quiet and shy lad, entranced by his grandfather’s war stories and his grandmother’s superstitions of ghost stories. (The modern world) Yet, as it seems, all the seeds of his future work were planted at his grandparent’s house: stories of civil war and the banana massacre, the courtship of his parents, the sturdy practicality of the superstitious metrical, the comings and goings of his countless aunts, and his grandfather’s illegitimate daughters. (Contemporary Literary Criticism) “Later in life,

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