El amor en los tiempos del cólera de Gabriel García Márquez (Guía de lectura): Resumen y análisis completo by Natalia Torres BeharFlorentino Ariza se enamora de Fermina Daza, pero la diferencia social y de carácter los separan. Fermina contrae matrimonio con un doctor y Florentino espera el momento indicado para poder declararle nuevamente su amor por ella aunque en eso se le gaste la vida. Gabriel García Márquez se inspiró en la historia de sus padres para escribir esta novela. Comentario Personal: Este es uno de esos libros que siempre quisiera volver a leer. La primera vez que lo leí me gustó mucho y esta vez me ha encantado
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Florentino Ariza is a hopeless romantic who falls passionately for the beautiful Fermina Daza, but finds his love tragically rejected. Instead Fermina marries distinguished doctor Juvenal Urbino, while Florentino can only wait silently for her. He can never forget his first and only true love. Then, fifty-one years, nine months and four days later, Fermina's husband dies unexpectedly. At last Florentino has another chance to declare his feelings and discover if a passion that has endured for half a century will remain unrequited, in a rich, fantastical and humane celebration of love in all its many forms.
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Florentino Ariza falls in deep love when he is 18 years old and gets obsessed with Fermina Daza, a beautiful and uptight young lady who he watches everyday on his way to school. After breaking up with his own resistance and helped by the complicity of his aunt Fermina, a love letter sending and serenades affair starts an impossible love in which the rigid social rules and the uptight pride of Fermina doesn? When her father finds out, Fermina Daza is obliged to depart for a visit to her cousin Hildebranda for a long stay so she is away of Florentino. But as he works at the telegraph office, he discovers where she is and keeps on touch with her. Once she is back after a prolonged absence, the reality of her idealised love becomes apparent and deception makes her leave him without any explanation. Months after she gets married with doctor Juvenal Urbino and joins the high social classes furthering away even more from that man he magnified in her dreams and she thought she loved.
The novel was first published in Spanish in Alfred A. Knopf published an English translation in , and an English-language movie adaptation was released in The main characters of the novel are Florentino Ariza and Fermina Daza. Florentino and Fermina fall in love in their youth.