History Quotes / MagicRealism

3rd May '16 3:33:15 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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->''I really love how Miyazaki's worlds are just so accepting of these fantastic supernatural elements. They just live in a world where witches are normal. "Okay, whatever. There's a witch flying around. Hi, how are you doing?" But at the same time, they still ask her questions and want to know things about her. It gives a very clear understanding of how they're accepted into this world.''
-->--'''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic''''s Creator/{{Disney}}cember [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nodTVhnxo8 review]] of ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService''
2nd May '16 7:11:59 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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2nd May '16 7:11:36 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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->''Where in a fairy tale, you just know it’s sort of a magical world where magical things can happen, this world treats it a little differently. I mean, there are magical things like the Blue Fairy that brings the puppet to life, but then how about the fact that there’s just a fox and a cat walking around like normal people? I remember [[ArbitrarySkepticism how blown away they were that they saw a puppet boy walking around]], and all I could think to myself is, “Why isn’t anybody blown away that there’s a giant fox and a giant cat just walking around?” Well, it’s just that kind of world where things like that can happen. And if there’s anything Disney is good at, it’s having us go along with things that don’t make sense, and this movie does it pretty well.''
-->--'''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic''''s Creator/{{Disney}}cember [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNzwaYsFQ98 review]] of ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}''
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5th Aug '13 8:14:10 AM Viira
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-->-- '''Gabriel Garcia Márquez''' [[hottip:*:(after the arrival of the railroad, when dozens of new inventions -- the phonograph, the telephone, the electric lightbulb -- flooded Macondo)]], ''Literature/{{One Hundred Years of Solitude}}''

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-->-- '''Gabriel Garcia Márquez''' [[hottip:*:(after [[note]](after the arrival of the railroad, when dozens of new inventions -- the phonograph, the telephone, the electric lightbulb -- flooded Macondo)]], Macondo)[[/note]], ''Literature/{{One Hundred Years of Solitude}}''
30th Mar '13 5:36:56 PM LongLiveHumour
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-->-- '''Gabriel Garcia Marquez''' [[hottip:*:(after the arrival of the railroad, when dozens of new inventions -- the phonograph, the telephone, the electric lightbulb -- flooded Macondo)]], ''{{One Hundred Years of Solitude}}''

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-->-- '''Gabriel Garcia Marquez''' Márquez''' [[hottip:*:(after the arrival of the railroad, when dozens of new inventions -- the phonograph, the telephone, the electric lightbulb -- flooded Macondo)]], ''{{One ''Literature/{{One Hundred Years of Solitude}}''
27th Jan '12 11:15:26 AM DoctorSerenitySquid
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->''It was as if God had decided to put to the test every capacity for surprise and was keeping the inhabitants of Macondo in a permanent alternation between excitement and disappointment, doubt and revelation, to such an extreme that no one knew for certain where the limits of reality lay. It was an intricate stew of truths and mirages that convulsed the ghost of José Arcadio Buendía with impatience and made him wander all through the house even in broad daylight. ''
-->--'''Gabriel Garcia Marquez''' ( after the arrival of the railroad, when dozens of new inventions—the phonograph, the telephone, the electric lightbulb— flooded Macondo), ''' One Hundred Years of Solitude'''

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->''It ->''"It was as if God had decided to put to the test every capacity for surprise and was keeping the inhabitants of Macondo in a permanent alternation between excitement and disappointment, doubt and revelation, to such an extreme that no one knew for certain where the limits of reality lay. It was an intricate stew of truths and mirages that convulsed the ghost of José Arcadio Buendía with impatience and made him wander all through the house even in broad daylight. ''\n-->--'''Gabriel "''
-->-- '''Gabriel
Garcia Marquez''' ( after [[hottip:*:(after the arrival of the railroad, when dozens of new inventions—the inventions -- the phonograph, the telephone, the electric lightbulb— lightbulb -- flooded Macondo), ''' One Macondo)]], ''{{One Hundred Years of Solitude''' Solitude}}''
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