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Reaction to death of writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez:

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A thousand years of loneliness and sadness for the death of the greatest Colombian of all time! — Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos.

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With the passing of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the world has lost one of its greatest visionary writers - and one of my favorites from the time I was young ... I offer my thoughts to his family and friends, whom I hope take solace in the fact that Gabo s work will live on for generations to come. — U.S. President Barack Obama.

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A great man has died, one whose works gave the literature of our language great reach and prestige, Peruvian author Mario Vargas Llosa, who had once famously feuded with Garcia Marquez.

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I owe him the impulse and the freedom to plunge into literature. In his books I found my own family, my country, the people I have known all my life, the color, the rhythm, and the abundance of my continent. — Chilean writer Isabel Allende

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One would really have to go back to Dickens to find a writer of the highest literary quality who commanded such extraordinary power over whole populations. — British novelist Ian McEwan, to the BBC.

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On behalf of Mexico, I express my sadness for the death of one the greatest writers of our time: Gabriel Garcia Marquez. — Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto.

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From the time I read One Hundred Years of Solitude more than 40 years ago, I was always amazed by his unique gifts of imagination, clarity of thought, and emotional honesty ... I was honored to be his friend and to know his great heart and brilliant mind for more than 20 years. — former U.S. President Bill Clinton.

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His unique characters and exuberant Latin America will remain marked in the hearts and memories of his millions of readers. — Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff

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He is like the Mandela of literature because of the impact that he has had on readers all over the world. His influence is universal, and that is a very rare thing. — Cristobal Pera, editorial director of Penguin Random House in Mexico.

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Gabo s death is a loss for Colombia and for the entire world. His work will safeguard his memory. — Colombia s largest rebel group, The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, said in a tweet.

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He had the capacity to see stories that many of us have in front of us and don t even notice. He was unique in that. — Nicaraguan writer Sergio Ramirez Mercado.

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In recent times it wasn t easy to communicate with him, although he understood and continued the conversation. He was always loving and generous and extraordinarily clever. — Rafael Tovar y de Teresa, director of Mexico s National Council for Culture and the Arts.

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Gabo has left us and we will have years of solitude. But his works and his love for the motherland remain. Farewell until the victory, dear Gabo. — Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa.

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If you ve read him, you know that he s not really gone. He is in an afterlife of his own creation, his own Macondo. — Edwidge Danticat, a Haitian-American author.

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Cuba suffers from this death, as do all readers of a writer who is an icon. — Miguel Barnet, Cuban author and essayist.


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