Author Gabriel Garcia Marquez
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This paper explains that the works of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who received a Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982, demonstrate a unique combination of fantasy and reality. His beloved Columbia is mentioned in almost all his works. The author relates that his book, "One Hundred Years of Solitude," which is about the ghost and spirits that used to haunt his grandmother, is based on the author's own childhood experiences in his home with his grandparents in Aracataca. The paper relates that, in "News of a Kidnapping," Marquez describes the ordeal of the kidnappings and the captivity of ten individuals, including the trauma suffered by the parents and the caretakers of these people and the efforts undertaken by them to free their children from the captors.
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