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Wole Soyinka and Rewards of Setting Forth at Dawn

This Day 14 Jul 2024
He, after all, reminisces in the 626-page book about how Gabriel Garcia Marquez, a fellow member of the pantheon of all-time literary greats, hinted at this when they met in Cuba the next year.
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Gabriel Garcia Marquez Room Unveiled at Colombian Presidential Palace

Colombia One 10 Jul 2024
A Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Gabo) Room was inaugurated in Colombia’s Presidential Palace (Casa Nariño) by the PresidentOffice and the Minister of Culture ... A room that preserves Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s legacy in Colombia.
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Cartagena, a Rising Movie Shooting Destination

Colombia One 10 Jul 2024
During this event, held on July 7 and 8, five international film producers visited the city ... - Advertisement - ... This film, based on the literary work of the Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, was directed by the Italian Francesco Rosi ... .
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Wealth of a nation

The News International 06 Jul 2024
Albanian writer Ismail Kadare. — AFP/File. Think about a small country, less than one-sixth of Karachi's population. Also, it is relatively poor and has a Muslim majority ... Incidentally, the finalists included Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Philip Roth ... .
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The Gabo 2024 Festival in Colombia, a Celebration of Culture

Colombia One 05 Jul 2024
Since the release of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s work, “One Hundred Years of Solitude,” in Japan, it has been well-received by readers.
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Garcia Marquez’ Literary Legacy Inspires Cinema and Television

Colombia One 30 Jun 2024
The works of Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez have awakened for years a particular interest in readers, critics, and even filmmakers ... Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s masterpiece will come to the screen in an adaptation made by Netflix.
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Meet the translator turning American readers on to Latin American superstars

The Los Angeles Times 29 Jun 2024
Colombia’s most famous writer is Gabriel Garcia Marquez, whose 1967 masterpiece of magical realism, “One Hundred Years of Solitude,” helped foster an era known as the Latin American Boom that saw the ...
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Family affair

The Manila Times 27 Jun 2024
"The hardest hurdle for me was encountering the learning curves of producing films ... CATHERINE Camarillo — fondly called C.C. by family and friends — ventured into film production with her family ... "Love in the Time of Cholera" by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
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Rushdie on how the best magical realism transcends fantasy

The Spectator 20 Jun 2024
Ask the man in the street to quote a line from one of Salman Rushdie’s novels, and he might struggle ... Most popular ... Instead, and perhaps more profitably, we were treated to some reflections on Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude ... .
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Why is Colombia Among the Happiest Countries in the World?

Colombia One 09 Jun 2024
As Colombian renowned author Gabriel Garcia Marquez once noted, “Perhaps the most astonishing aspect of Colombians is their amazing capacity to adapt to everything, both good and bad, with a resilience that borders on the supernatural” ... .
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Trial Ends for Chiquita Brands Over Alleged Crimes in Colombia

Colombia One 08 Jun 2024
The court’s final decision is expected in the next few days ... trial ... The U.S ... Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s “One Hundred Years of Solitude” vividly depicts this event, which holds immense historical significance for Colombia ... .
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U.S. Trial Ends for Chiquita Brands Over Crimes in Colombia Involving Farmers

Colombia One 08 Jun 2024
Before a Florida court, Colombian farmers accused the U.S ... $1.7 million in 2007 ... trial ... Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s masterpiece, One Hundred Years of Solitude, vividly depicts this event, which holds immense historical significance for Colombia ... .
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Petro Claims New Mexican President “Helped” his Guerrilla in Colombia

Colombia One 05 Jun 2024
Claudia helped the M-19 in Mexico during the times of clandestinity ... At that time, several leaders and people considered sympathetic to the Colombian guerrilla, such as the writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, were granted asylum in Mexico ... / CC BY 3.0 ... .
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Who was Franz Kafka and why is he more popular than ever? Here's all that ...

Hindustan Times 30 May 2024
So why is he still so popular today? ... Kafka's global appeal ... Colombian writer and Nobel Prize winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who died in 2014, even said that it was reading Kafka's novel "The Metamorphosis" that inspired him to write his own books ... ....
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