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Gabriel Garcia Marquez, by those who knew him

Silvana Paternostro has subtitled her book Solitude & Company as “the life of Gabriel García Márquez, told with help from his friends, family, fans, arguers, fellow pranksters, drunks, and a few respectable souls”.

Google Doodle celebrates Gabriel Garcia Marquez's 91st birth anniversary

Google's doodle today depicts the magical city of Macondo, created by Colombian author, journalist and Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez in his critically acclaimed book, 'One Hundred Years of Solitude.' Gabo was born on this day in 1927.

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First edition copy of Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude stolen

The first edition copy of Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez's most acclaimed book 'One Hundred Years of Solitude' has been stolen from a book fair in Bogota.

Before becoming CEA, Arvind touted Kerala resilience versus Guj growth

Subramanian has also co-authored papers with his predecessor in the finance ministry and now Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan.

A play on sexual violence will take you into a discomfort zone

Theatre isn’t for entertainment, it makes provocative political points so I want to take the audience into the fabric of the place where it is taking place and challenge the, says director Deepan Sivaraman.

A Dream Man

The Handsomest Drowned Man of the World, a Gabriel Garcia Marquez story, will be staged by a Delhi-based theatre group.

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The marvellous reality

As a reporter, Márquez drew on the exorbitant history of the continent.

Solitude, in other words

The journey of Gabo’s epic novel is a story in itself.

Letters to the Editor: Impossible void

The void left by Gabriel Garcia Marquez in the literary world will be impossible to fill.

Almost magical

The greatest tribute to Gabriel García Márquez is acknowledging the world he came out of.

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Gabriel Garcia Marquez: 87 years of magic

Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Nobel laureate whose intoxicating novels and short stories exposed millions outside Latin America to its passions, superstition, violence and social inequality, died at home in Mexico City on Thursday. He was 87.

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