Remembering A Latin American Legend Gabriel García Márquez


Few writers of the 20th century literature have left such a lasting impact on both critics and common readers as Latin American literary legend Gabriel García Márquez, who passed away in Mexico City, on April 17, this year.
The Colombian novelist, whose works include the timeless One Hundred Years of Solitude and the lyrical masterpiece, The Autumn of a Patriarch, among other equally acclaimed works, had received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982.

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