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"Conversations with Gabriel Garcia Marquez" starts with the years of his early phenomenal success and continues through his most recent exchanges. He speaks of his impoverished childhood, life as an indifferent student, his apprenticeship as a journalist, the inspiration that led to the writing of his most celebrated novel: "One Hundred Years of Solitude", the difficulties brought about by fame, and his leftist opinions and leanings. Works such as "The Autumn of the Patriarch", "Love in the Time of Cholera", "The General in his Labyrinth", and "News of a Kidnapping" are discussed in detail.
University Press of Mississippi
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