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Weaver is the cousin of [[Shannon Márquez]]. Her parents are [[Remedios Márquez]] and [[J. Márquez]].
== Name and & references ==
Weaver is named after scientist and mathematician [[wikipedia:Warren Weaver|Warren Weaver]] and the famous Colombian magical realist author [[wikipedia:Gabriel García Márquez|Gabriel García Márquez]]. The street name and number of her family's farmhouse, 100 Macondo Lane, are references to the town of [[wikipedia:Macondo|Macondo]] in his novel ''[[wikipedia:One Hundred Years of Solitude|One Hundred Years of Solitude]]''.
In [[Act I]], Weaver asks Conway, "Which of your parents was it who wouldn't allow you to watch television?", a nearlynear-direct quote from the play ''[[wikipedia:Equus (play)|Equus]]''.
The street name and number of Per the farmhouse, 100 Macondo Lane{{V&A}}, Shannon's framing of Weaver – "But Weaver's not a puzzle. She's a mystery." – is a reference to the town writings of [[wikipedia:Macondo|Macondo]] in Gabriel García Márquez's novel ''[[wikipedia:One Hundred Years Gregory Treverton. Treverton differentiates the concepts by describing a puzzle as something solvable if information was not being withheld, while a mystery provides too much information with no guarantee of Solitude|One Hundred Years of Solitude]]''relevance; puzzles can be solved, but mysteries can only be framed.

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