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One Hundred Years of Solitude

One Hundred Years of Solitude

by Gabriel García Márquez

One Hundred Years of Solitude: Quotes (Who Said What) Quiz Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around One Hundred Years of Solitude? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. “They’re all alike,” ??? lamented. “At first they behave very well, they’re obedient and prompt and they don’t seem capable of killing a fly. But as soon as their beards appear they go to ruin.” Who said this?


Fernanda
Úrsula
Amaranta
Aureliano Buendía
Q. “‘That’s the most obscene thing I’ve ever seen in my life,’ [Aureliana Segundo] shouted with a laugh that rang through the house.” What is he talking about?


Rebecca’s bag of bones
Fernanda’s nightgown
Úrsula’s house
Q. “One of these days,” he shouted, “I’m going to arm my boys so we can get rid of these shitty gringos!” Who said this?


Jose Arcadio
Colonel Aureliano Buendía
Melquíades
Mauricio Babilonia
Q. “This one will be a priest,” ??? promised solemnly. “And if God gives me life he’ll be Pope someday.” Who says this about Jose Arcadio (II)?


Úrsula
Fernanda
Meme
Aureliano Buendía
Q. “Don’t be simple, Crespi.” ??? smiled. “I wouldn’t marry you even if I were dead.” Who says this?


Rebecca
Remedios
Amaranta
Fernanda
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