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By Gabriel García Márquez

Publish 12 months note: First released in 1955
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Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, writer of the only Hundred Years of Solitude and Love throughout the time of Cholera, portrays a foodstuff corporation violating a small Colombia city in his vibrant and robust novel Leaf typhoon.

'Suddenly, as though a whirlwind had set down roots within the centre of the city, the banana corporation arrived, pursed via the leaf storm.' sopping wet through rain, the city has been decaying ever because the banana corporation left. Its everyone is sullen and sour, so while the surgeon - a foreigner who ended up the main hated guy on the town - dies, there isn't any one to mourn him. but in addition residing within the city is the Colonel, who's absolute to honour a promise made decades in the past.

The Colonel and his relations needs to bury the health practitioner, regardless of the inclination in their fellow population that his corpse be forgotten and left to rot. "The most crucial author of fiction in any language". (Bill Clinton).

"Marquez is a save of wonders". (Sunday Times).

"An beautiful author, clever, compassionate and very funny". (Sunday Telegraph).

As one of many pioneers of magic realism and maybe the main well known voice of Latin American literature, Gabriel Garcia Marquez has bought foreign reputation for his novels, works of non-fiction and collections of brief tales.

Those released in translation through Penguin comprise Autumn of the Patriarch, Bon Voyage Mr. President, Chronicle of a loss of life Foretold, gathered tales, the final in his Labyrinth, In Evil Hour, blameless Erendira and different tales, dwelling to inform the story, stories of My depression Whores, information of a Kidnapping, No-one Writes to the Colonel, of affection and different Demons, the tale of a Shipwrecked Sailor and unusual Pilgrims.

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I think maybe the police could’ve situated a bunch of tissues or pillows underneath the blanket just to fool me but I don’t think they would do that. 2. I walked down the street and saw a dead body lying in the street with a blanket over it. I thought about getting underneath the blanket too but I knew I wouldn’t be able to stop laughing when the police loaded me into the ambulance. 3. I saw the dead body. There were a lot of people but no one was talking to each other. I crossed the street and there was a man at the other side.

Right now I am sweaty and I feel like I have given up. And the only way to sleep is to not be anything else. More of my time is spent thinking about how I could die at any moment rather than setting goals and achieving those goals. And my goal is to be found in someone’s pool. Being dead will be the easiest thing I do. I am not accomplishing anything—my feet are shovels and all my sperm are tailless. Is good feeling. 17 THE NAP At the grocery store today I saw a very huge woman on a motorized vehicle.

I passed a girl on a cellphone. I think she was trying not to make eye contact with me. I understood that and appreciated that. I looked at my feet and forgot what I was supposed to be doing for the next couple of decades. 10. ” The dead body said nothing and we became best friends. 11. ” And I walked away and I knew what a human looked like. I saw them everywhere. 37 12. I walked up to the dead body and the policeman and I played a few games of tic-tac-toe on the dead body and the policeman kept winning because he kept taking the middle spot like a cheating motherfucker.

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