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Putting the pen down

Nobel Prize winning author Gabriel García Márquez appears to have called it a day


 

Nobel Prize winning author Gabriel García Márquez appears to have called it a day. The 82-year-old Colombian, who practically invented the magic realism genre, and penned such international best sellers as Love in the Time of Cholera, and 100 Years of Solitude, hasn’t produced any new work in five years. And now his agent is saying he may never write again.

The Guardian


 
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