Musings - on the editor's mind
April 22, 2020
“Love in the time of the Cholera” is a book famous in part because of its title. The 1985 novel by the Columbian Gabriel García Márquez traces the complex journey of a couple from their youthful marriage through a lifetime of lovers, beyond any one cholera epidemic.
Cholera, a deadly infectious disease, is spread through contaminated water supplies.
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