Latin American Fiction

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Love In the Time Of Cholera

Love In the Time Of Cholera

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Love in the Time of Cholera is an International Bestselling novel by Nobel Prize-winning Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez. It is considered a modern literary classic, and one of the best novels of the 20th century. In their youth, Florentino Ariza and Fermina Daza fall passionately in love. When Fermina eventually chooses to marry a wealthy, well-born doctor, Florentino is devastated, but he is a romantic. As he rises in his business career he whiles away the years in 622 affairs–yet... Read more
One Hundred Years Of Solitude

One Hundred Years Of Solitude

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

One Hundred Years of Solitude chronicles the life of Macondo, a fictional town based in part of Garcia Marquez's hometown of Aracataca, Columbia, and seven generations of the founding family, the Buendias. He creates a complex world with characters and events that display the full range of human experience. For the reader, the pleasure of the novel derives from its fast-paced narrative, humor, vivid characters, and fantasy elements. In this 'magic realism', the author combines imaginative flights of... Read more
The House Of the Spirits

The House Of the Spirits

by Isabel Allende

The House of the Spirits (La casa de los espíritus, 1982) is the debut novel by Isabel Allende. Initially, the novel was rejected by several Spanish-language publishers, but became an instant best seller when published in Barcelona in 1982. The novel was critically acclaimed around the world, and catapulted Allende to literary stardom. That same year, the novel was named Best Novel of the Year in Chile, and she received the country's Panorama Literario award.
Love In the Time Of Cholera

Love In the Time Of Cholera

by Gabriel; Grossman, Edith Garcia Marquez

Love in the Time of Cholera is a novel by Nobel Prize winning Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez that was first published in Spanish in 1985, with an English translation released in 1988 by Alfred A. Knopf. An English-language film adaptation was released in 2007.
The Autumn Of the Patriarch

The Autumn Of the Patriarch

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

The Autumn of the Patriarch is a novel written by Gabriel García Márquez in 1975. A "poem on the solitude of power" according to the author, the novel is a flowing tract on the life of an eternal dictator. The book is divided into six sections, each retelling the same story of the infinite power held by the archetypical Caribbean tyrant.
News Of a Kidnapping

News Of a Kidnapping

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Consumed these past twenty years by a "biblical holocaust," Colombia has endured leftist insurgencies, right-wing death squads, currency collapses, cholera epidemics, and, most recently and corrosively, drug trafficking. Returning to his days as a reporter for El Espectador, Gabriel Garcia Marquez chronicles, with consummate skill, the period in late 1990 when Colombian security forces mounted a nationwide manhunt for Pablo Escobar, the ruthless and elusive head of the Medellin cartel. Ten men and women... Read more
The Mambo Kings Play Songs Of Love

The Mambo Kings Play Songs Of Love

by Oscar Hijuelos

The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love is a 1989 novel by Oscar Hijuelos. It is about the lives of two Cuban brothers and musicians, Cesar and Nestor Castillo, who immigrate to the United States and settle in New York City in the early 1950s. The novel won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1990, being the first novel by an American-born Hispanic to do so. It was the basis for a 1992 motion picture, The Mambo Kings, as well as a musical in 2005.
The Assault

The Assault

by Reinaldo Arenas

In this, the final volume in the series of five novels that constitute his "secret history of Cuba", Reinaldo Arenas paints a harrowing, and at times boldly entertaining, Kafka-esque picture of a dehumanized people living in a world where homosexuality is a crime punishable by death and a cockroach hunt makes for a national holiday. Narrated by a hate-filled government torturer who has become an agent for the "Bureau of Counterwhispering"," The Assault follows his travels through... Read more
The General In His Labyrinth

The General In His Labyrinth

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

García Márquez was born in Aracataca, Colombia, in 1928. He attended the University of Bogotá and went on to become a reporter for the Colombian newspaper El Espectador. He later served as a foreign correspondent in Rome, Paris, Barcelona, Caracas, and New York. Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982, he is the author of several novels and collections, including No One Writes to the Colonel and Other Stories, The Autumn of the Patriarch, Innocent Erendira and Other Stories,... Read more
Selected Poems

Selected Poems

by Jorge Luis Borges

Leaf Storm and Other Stories

Leaf Storm and Other Stories

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Labyrinths

Labyrinths

by Jorge Luis Borges

Collected Stories

Collected Stories

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Dom Casmurro

Dom Casmurro

by MacHado De Assis

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Love In the Time Of Cholera

by Gabriel; Trans Edith Grossman Garcia Marquez

Love in the Time of Cholera is a novel by Nobel Prize winning Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez that was first published in Spanish in 1985, with an English translation released in 1988 by Alfred A. Knopf. An English-language film adaptation was released in 2007.
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Love In the Time Of Cholera

by Gabriel / Gabriel Garcia Marquez Garcia Marquez

Love in the Time of Cholera is a novel by Nobel Prize winning Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez that was first published in Spanish in 1985, with an English translation released in 1988 by Alfred A. Knopf. An English-language film adaptation was released in 2007.
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Love In the Time Of Cholera

by Marquez

Love in the Time of Cholera is a novel by Nobel Prize winning Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez that was first published in Spanish in 1985, with an English translation released in 1988 by Alfred A. Knopf. An English-language film adaptation was released in 2007.
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Love In the Time Of Cholera

by Gabriel Marquez Marquez

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Love In the Time Of Cholera

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez; Translator-Edith Grossman

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Love In the Time Of Cholera 1st Edition

by Gabriel; Grossman, Edith Garcia Marquez

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Story Of a Shipwrecked Sailor

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

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Love In the Time Of the Cholera

by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Latin American Fiction Books & Ephemera

Chronicle Of a Death Foretold

Chronicle Of a Death Foretold

by Marquez, Gabriel Garcia

Chronicle of a Death Foretold is a novella by Gabriel García Márquez, published in 1981. It tells, in the form of a pseudo-journalistic reconstruction, the story of the murder of Santiago Nasar by the two Vicario brothers.
Selected Non-Fictions

Selected Non-Fictions

by Borges, Jorge Luis

One of the twentieth century's greatest writers, Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986) published numerous collections of poems, essays, and fiction, Director of the National Library of Buenos Aires from 1955 to 1973, Borges was awarded the degree of Doctor of Letters, honoris causa, from both Columbia and Oxford. He received various literary awards over the course of his career, including the International Publisher's Prize (which he shared with Samuel Beckett in 1961), the Jerusalem Prize, and the Alfonso... Read more
Of Love and Other Demons

Of Love and Other Demons

by Marquez, Gabriel Garcia

Of Love and Other Demons is a novel by Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez, first published in 1994. In the prologue, Garcia Marquez claims the novel is the fictional representation of a legend the author was told by his Grandmother as a child; of a 12 year-old girl who contracts rabies but was believed to be a 'miracle-worker', with long flowing copper hair that continues to grow after death.
Sweet Diamond Dust

Sweet Diamond Dust

by Ferre, Rosario

Selected Poems

Selected Poems

by Borges, Jorge Luis

Hydra Head

Hydra Head

by Fuentes, Carlos