One Hundred Years of Solitude is a novel about the seven generations of the Buendia family, who founded and live in the town of Macondo. Jose Arcadio Buendia has dreams of Macondo and decides to found it with his wife Ursula Iguaran. Over the generations, numerous misfortunes, ironies and magical occurrences happen in the town to the descendants of the Buendias. In the end, a man manages to decode an old message that chronicles the fate of the Buendia family.
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