加西亚·马尔克斯(GarcíaMárquez)在成年后的大部分时间里都是流亡哥伦比亚人,大部分是自我强加的,因为他对正在接管他的国家的暴力行为感到愤怒和沮丧。 他是终身社会主义者,也是菲德尔·卡斯特罗的朋友:他在哈瓦那为La Prensa写作,并始终与哥伦比亚的共产党保持着个人联系,尽管他从未加入过成员。 一份委内瑞拉报纸把他送到了巴尔干国家的铁幕后面,他发现,远离理想的共产主义生活,东欧人民生活在恐怖之中。 由于左倾倾向,他一再被拒绝前往美国的旅游签证,但遭到国内活动家的批评并不完全承诺共产主义。 他第一次访问美国是比尔克林顿总统邀请玛莎葡萄园的结果。

澳大利亚莫纳什大学论文代写:哈瓦那

García Márquez was an exiled Colombian for most of his adult life, mostly self-imposed because he was angry and frustrated by the violence that was taking over his country. He is a lifelong socialist and a friend of Fidel Castro: he wrote for La Prensa in Havana and has always maintained personal contact with the Colombian Communist Party, even though he has never joined a member. A Venezuelan newspaper sent him behind the Iron Curtain of the Balkans. He found that away from the ideal communist life, the people of Eastern Europe lived in terror. Due to his left-leaning tendency, he was repeatedly denied travel visas to the United States, but he was criticized by domestic activists and did not fully commit to communism. His first visit to the United States was the result of President Bill Clinton’s invitation to Martha’s [email protected]�ԯ^2

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