Gabo forever

Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez died in Mexico on April 17, 2014. | Photo: archive

Gabo is and will be unforgettable. To three years in their physical departure million people it still Recalling, loving and, above all, reading. More than 20 works earned him worldwide recognition.
The journalistic legacy of Gabriel García Márquez continues to be reference in the schools of communication in Latin America. His literary landmark and opened new perspectives in the forms of narrating a story.

On April 17, 2014, dies #GaboPorSiempre, teleSUR tells you some curiosities did not know about it – teleSUR TV (@teleSURtv) April 17, 2017


In 1961 with the evil hour, Gabo won the novel Prize ESSO. With its iconic novel one hundred years of solitude in 1972 he received the Rómulo Gallegos prize.
Ten years later won the Nobel Prize in literature (1982) “for his novels and short stories, in which the fantastic and the real thing are combined in a quiet world of imagination-rich, reflecting the lives and conflicts of a continent”, according to the laudatory of the Swedish Academy. In this way, became the first Colombian and the fourth Latin American to win the award.

Mexicans are reading Marathon in honor of #GabrielGarcíaMárquez #GaboPorSiempre – teleSUR TV (@teleSURtv) 17 April 2017 between his narrative work include: litter (1955), the Colonel does not who you write (1961), (1962) Big Mama’s funeral, story of a castaway (1968), the autumn of the Patriarch (1975), Chronicle of a death foretold (1981) , Love in the time of cholera (1985), the general in his Labyrinth (1989), strange pilgrims (1992), live to tell the tale (2002), memories of my sad sluts (2004).
The journalistic work of Gabo was collected in coastal texts (1981) and cops (1983).
Vision of Latin America in four phrases in his speech after receiving the Nobel Prize for literature, Garcia Marquez left embodied their vision on Latin America:-“Latin America does not want to or have to be a Bishop without Agency, nor has anything of chimeric its aims of independence and originality to become a Western aspiration”.
-“Poets and beggars, musicians and prophets, warriors and scoundrels, all creatures of that unbridled reality we had to ask him very little to the imagination, because the more we challenge has been the inadequacy of conventional resources to make it credible to our life.” This is, friends, the crux of our loneliness.”

Photo: EFE-“the interpretation of our reality with other schemes contributes only to make us ever more unknown, ever less free, ever more solitary”.
-“Solidarity with our dreams would not make us feel less alone, while not be concrete acts of legitimate support for peoples that assume the illusion of having a life of its own in the distribution of the world”.
“They saw through the window that was falling a rain of tiny yellow flowers. They fell all night on the town in a quiet storm, covered ceilings and bogged down the doors, and suffocated animals that slept outdoors. “So many flowers fell from the sky, streets woke up covered compact quilt, and had to clear them with shovels and rakes that could pass the burial”.
15 quotes to not forget the Gabo