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More information about Garcia Marquez can be found on an internet site run by "The Great Quail" at http://rpg.net/quail/libyrinth/gabo/.

Based on his studies of Francisco Franco, dictator of Spain, Garcia Marquez's 1975 work El otro del patriarca (translated in 1977 as The Autumn of the Patriarch) further develops the themes of power and solitude. The novel is technically dazzling and is often described as a prose poem.

Revealing an affection for Daniel Defoe's 1722 A Journal of the Plague Year, Garcia Marquez embellished on the facts of his parents' marriage in his 1985 novel El amor en los tiempos del colera (translated in 1988 as Love in the Time of Cholera).

The 1968 collection of Garcia Marquez stories called No One Writes to the Colonel and Other Stories contains themes or ideas later developed in One Hundred Years of Solitude.

Miguel Angel Asturias, a 1967 Nobel prize...

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