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Gabriel Garcia Marquez
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    (March 6, 1928-April 17, 2014)
    Born in Aracataca, Colombia
    Resides in Mexico City
    Wrote ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude (1967),’ ‘The Story of a Shipwrecked Sailor (1970),’ ‘Chronicle of a Death Foretold (1981),’ ‘Love in the Time of Cholera (1985)’ and ‘Vivir para contrarla (2002)’
    His writing style is rambling and dreamlike.
    He was a nerdy child.
    He was a bad student.
    He chain smoked for many years.
    He is friends with the Communist dictator Fidel Castro.
    He took part in campus riots as a young man.
    He set his own dorm building on fire.
    His grandmother scared the hell out of him with ghost stories as a child.
    He had to flee Colombia after criticizing its government.
    His books are commercially and critically successful.
    He received the Nobel Prize for literature (1982).
    He is slowly dying of lymphatic cancer.

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