Gabriel García Márquez

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Herald Sun
“I’d enjoy this even if I was sober”walk. She was having three conversations up there, one with the crowd, one with
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
walk. She was having three conversations up there, one with the crowd, one with the song, one with herself. To quote Gabriel Garcia Marquez: “We have a public life, a personal life and a private life.” Aldous gave us a 40 minute moment and... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Feasting in the footsteps of Gabriel Garcia Marquez in Colombia's Caribbean port Cartagena - Liverpool Echo Dutch carrier KLM flies to the northern city via capital Bog
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 days ago
- Liverpool Echo Dutch carrier KLM flies to the northern city via capital Bogota Cartagena on Colombia's Caribbean coast Picture from ProColumbia/KLM The... Read more
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DW
Gabriel Garcia Marquez archive put online for free by University of Texas |The University of Texas' Harry Ransom Center has put about half of its Gabriel
DW / Posted 3 days ago
The University of Texas' Harry Ransom Center has put about half of its Gabriel Garcia Marquez archive online for free public use, US media reported late on Monday. The university has said that it plans to make all of the Nobel laureate's 27,000 pages... Read more
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Daily Mail
How DID James Patterson persuade Bill Clinton to pen a book with him?voraciously to alleviate the tedium of the 11pm-to-7am graveyard shift, ploughi
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
voraciously to alleviate the tedium of the 11pm-to-7am graveyard shift, ploughing through James Joyce, Dostoevsky and Gabriel Garcia Marquez, along with more modest fare such as The Day Of The Jackal and The Exorcist. ‘I read those and... Read more
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The Hindu
The difficulty of putting words on paperIn his autobiography Living to Tell the Tale, Gabriel Garcia Marquez says: “If
The Hindu / Posted 13 days ago
In his autobiography Living to Tell the Tale, Gabriel Garcia Marquez says: “If you can live without writing, don’t write.” It’s blunt and it’s almost a description of himself. As a young man, Marquez was desperate to write and to be read. Often... Read more
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The Irish Times
10 novels crying out to be brought to the big screenintense internal monologues, epics of inaction and – most dreaded of all – magi
The Irish Times / Posted 19 days ago
intense internal monologues, epics of inaction and – most dreaded of all – magic realism. I bow to nobody in my devotion to Gabriel Garcia Marquez’ s One Hundred Years of Solitude, but that literary movement always curdles when coaxed on screen.... Read more
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Aljazeera
Chinua Achebe: Why Google honours him todaywalls fell down". Current president of South Africa Jacob Zuma has described h
Aljazeera / Posted 29 days ago
walls fell down". Current president of South Africa Jacob Zuma has described him as a "colossus of African writing". Literary critics have compared Achebe's eminence worldwide to Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Toni Morrison and a handful of other writ... Read more
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