Magic(al) Realism is defined as: a genre developed in Latin America which juxtaposes the everyday with the marvelous or magical.
The first time I came across this genre was in Dr. Preston’s class sophomore year when we read Like Water for Chocolate. It was definitely a new kind of reading experience for me and I’m glad I had the opportunity to do so.
Here are some examples!
Ohhh the good ole days.
I don't know about you, but the volcanoes I've seen don't errupt butterflies.