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  • Aarón García Márquez

    Gabo writes the universe's most beautiful books.

  • Carolyn Turner

    Live. Gabriel Garcia Marquez quote

  • KT McC

    “It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing dreams.” Gabriel García Márquez. May he always rest in peace.

  • Andrea Milla Brito

    I didn´t want to acknowledge the fact that he is gone. Gabriel García Márquez, you made me love my mother tongue like no other Spanish languague writer I´ve ever read. ..Gracias, Gabo. Nos vemos en el mágico y eterno Macondo

  • Jennifer Austin

    Gabriel García Marquez.


    Gabriel García Márquez abandona hospital en México, aunque en estado delicado: #GabrielGarciaMarquez #Literatura #PremioNobel

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In 9 days on a rented typewriter in the UCLA library, Ray Bradbury wrote the haunting dystopian novel, Fahrenheit 451 (25,000 words and 50,000 words at publication). In it, Bradbury warned of the future decline of society paralleled with the destruction of books and many consider it to be a book mostly about libricide, but its undercurrents ask a larger question applicable to us today, "Are you happy?"

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