Conrado Zuluaga

I Will Not Fully Die

García Márquez left only his words: a dozen novels, a book of his short stories, several unforgettable reports, another book with his speeches, hundreds of interviews and reports, five volumes of his newspaper columns, and according to some reports, an unpublished novel. In all of them there are brilliant episodes that provide even the most unsuspecting reader with many satisfying moments. The best, most meaningful and lasting memory, and the most valuable tribute to someone who throughout his life firmly repeated, “I write so that my friends love me more,” is by reading his work. Translation: Kieran Tapsell, Lidia Bilbatua. Digital co-edition: Luna Libros, eLibros
173 printed pages
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