Okay, so i fixed my spacebar(sorry for that cheesy joke), but more importantly I have some comments about the magical realism presented in "100 Years Of Solitude". (should that be in quotes or some other citation?) I feel like a lot of the magical realism from the novel can be found centered around death. A few examples of this are: Melquiades and Jose Arcardio Bendia's ability to come back to the Bendias as a ghost, when Remedios the Beauty manages to float right up to heaven, when the last Aureliano is carried away by ants after his mother dies during child birth (he also has the tail of the pig,) when death told Amarata that she would die when she finished her shroud, and there are obviously other examples that I am leaving out but I just wanted to cite a few. Something that goes hand in hand with my previous point is the age of Ursula because she simply refused to die, I'm not sure how old she is or if it mentions it in the book but I feel like she was much older than she should have been, especially given the time period in which she lived. I'm not quite sure how I am supposed to sum up my blog post or if this is even worthy of being called that, but I have to start somewhere.