Biography

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Gabriel García Márquez was born in Colombia in 1927. His many books include ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE; THE AUTUMN OF THE PATRIARCH; NO ONE WRITES TO THE COLONEL; LOVE IN THE TIME OF CHOLERA; a memoir, LIVING TO TELL THE TALE; and, a novel, MEMORIES OF MY MELANCHOLY WHORES. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982.

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Books by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez - Fiction

In this magnificent story of a romance, García Márquez beautifully and unflinchingly explores the nature of love in all its guises, small and large, passionate and serene. Love can emerge like a disease in these characters, but it can also outlast bleak decades of war and cholera, and the effects of time itself.

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez - Autobiography, Nonfiction

Here is García Márquez’s shimmering evocation of his childhood home of Aracataca, the basis of the fictional Macondo. Here are the members of his ebulliently eccentric family. Here are the forces that turned him into a writer. Warm, revealing, abounding in images so vivid that we seem to be remembering them ourselves, LIVING TO TELL THE TALE is a work of enchantment.

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez - Fiction

Using his signature style of magic realism, Gabriel García Márquez chronicles 100 years in the mythical South American town of Macondo through the history of the Buendía family. It is a rich and brilliant chronicle of life and death, and the tragicomedy of humankind.