Latest News for: Gabriel garcia marquez

Edit

A Chinese General Secretary In His Shanghai Labyrinth | Mint

Live Mint 15 May 2022
One of the biggest cities in the world has been a prison camp for nearly two months now. The number of inmates. 27 million ... One need not believe all these videos ... What they will tell you is beyond scary ... G ... Like the great leader in Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s The General in his Labyrinth, he may have built himself a trap that he cannot escape.
Edit

How Wars End

WhoWhatWhy 13 May 2022
Gabriel García Márquez famously said, “It’s much easier to start a war than it is to end it.” We’ve seen this in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, and with both world wars ... Rose is also a former staff member of the National Security Council ... Jeff ... Gabriel Garcia Marquez famously said that it’s much easier to start a war than it is to end it ... .
Edit

FICTION: TALES FROM THE GRAVEYARD

Dawn 08 May 2022
Rind is no stranger to a Gabriel Garcia Marquez kind of romantic realism — the stalker metamorphoses into a tree! I appreciate that readers of this review (let alone the book) will raise their eyebrows at this juncture, but there is something persistently otherworldly about ...
Edit

DU prof elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

The Times of India 03 May 2022
... fifty Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners.” Pandit has now joined the company of notable members like Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Graham Bell, Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela and Gabriel Garcia Marquez, among others.
Edit

Colombian authors to take center stage at Seoul book fair

Korea Times 02 May 2022
Among the first-ever translated works are Gabriel Garcia Marquez's "Journey through Eastern Europe," Fernando Vallejo's "Our Lady of the Assassins," Juan Gabriel Vasquez's "The Shape of the Ruins" and Jose Eustasio Rivera's "The Vortex." ... and Margarita Garcia Robayo on June 1.
Edit

High expectations surround Buenos Aires book expo after 2-year hiatus

La Prensa Latina 29 Apr 2022
Also in attendance will be John Katzenbach, an American writer of psychological thrillers; Chilean National Prize for Literature recipient Diamela Eltit; and Spanish poet Luis Garcia Montero, who ... Portuguese author Jose Saramago (1922-2010) and Gabriel Garcia Marquez (1927-2014).
Edit

Book program offers temporary escape for Colombian dialysis patients

La Prensa Latina 26 Apr 2022
Aureliano Buendia in Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s “One Hundred Years of Solitude,” Andres Giovanny Trujillo’s mind temporarily drifts from his unpleasant reality – the vital need to be hooked up to a hemodialysis machine four hours a day, three days a week.
  • 1

Most Viewed

×