This chapter explores the work of Gabriel García Márquez and Ngûgî wa Thiong'o in a comparative World Literature framework to assess their relationship to modernity in the Global South, focused on their shared concern with the relationship between tradition and modernity that also provides the basis for their magical realism.
|Title of host publication||Entanglements: Envisioning World Literature from the Global South|
|Editors||Andrea Gremels, Maren Scheurer, Frank Schulz-Engler, Jarula M. I. Wegner|
|Place of Publication||Stuttgart|
|Publication status||Published - 1 May 2022|
|Name||Studies in World Literature|
|Publisher||Columbia University Press|