Gabriel García Márquez

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Mateo García Elizondo: ‘I get a little bored by having to talk about my grandfather’
The writer – and grandson of Gabriel García Márquez – on Mexican folklore, his early love of horror and learning to live with the family’s literary legacy

Joe Parkin Daniels

22, May, 2021 @5:00 PM

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This One Sky Day by Leone Ross review – a magical Caribbean of the mind
This eccentric, capacious novel takes the reader on a surreal ride around a fictional archipelago

Michael Donkor

21, Apr, 2021 @6:30 AM

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Vick Hope: 'I didn’t just cry when reading A Little Life, I bawled'
The TV presenter, author and Women’s prize judge on reading To Kill a Mockingbird at nine, the influence of Malorie Blackman and her love for David Almond’s novels

Vick Hope

19, Feb, 2021 @10:00 AM

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Carla Bruni's teenage obsessions: 'Francis Bacon shows our confusion, desire, madness'
As she returns with a new album, the French chanteuse recalls the genius of the Clash and Henry James, plus encounters with Balearic naturists

Interview by Dave Simpson

16, Oct, 2020 @9:00 AM

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Top 10 Latin American short stories
Its fiction is best known to English readers through novels, but its short stories are better. From Jorge Luis Borges to Clarice Lispector, here are some of the best

Fernando Sdrigotti

22, Apr, 2020 @11:11 AM

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Top 10 novels about unconventional families | Ingrid Persaud
Trinidadian novelist Ingrid Persaud chooses books in which people attach themselves to ‘a something’ that might ease their loneliness

Ingrid Persaud

15, Apr, 2020 @9:30 AM

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Book clinic: where are the romantic novels that aren’t riddled with cliches?
From Jane Eyre to Colm Tóibín’s Brooklyn, Kate Kellaway recommends the best reads about love

Kate Kellaway

11, Jan, 2020 @6:00 PM

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Chigozie Obioma: ‘I would rush to the library in my lunch break to read the Odyssey’
The Booker prize nominated novelist on the King James Bible and finding comfort in books about birds

Chigozie Obioma

30, Aug, 2019 @8:58 AM

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The Sandman, Catch-22, Cloud Atlas ... is there such thing as an 'unfilmable' book?
Books by authors like Neil Gaiman and Gabriel García Márquez have been dismissed as too difficult to adapt. With Netflix offering both time and cash, is that true anymore?

Sian Cain

03, Jul, 2019 @1:23 PM

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Colombians await One Hundred Years of Solitude screen adaptation with joy and fear
Can Netflix’s screen adaptation capture the richness of Gabriel García Márquez’s landmark novel?

Joe Parkin Daniels in Bogotá

08, Mar, 2019 @8:00 AM

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Netflix to adapt One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez
Streaming giant buys rights to create first ever screen adaptation of Colombian author’s seminal 1967 magical realist novel

Guardian staff and AP

07, Mar, 2019 @12:02 AM

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Deborah Levy: ‘I am haunted by Alice’s white rabbit. I think I’ve met him in a London pub'
The playwright, novelist and poet on the cleverness of Muriel Spark, how Marguerite Duras influenced her and why Zora Neale Hurston is underrated

Deborah Levy

14, Dec, 2018 @9:59 AM

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