Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s archive opens at University of Texas
Columbian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s archive has opened to researchers at the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas.
The center’s director, Stephen Enniss, said: “With the establishment of the Gabriel García Márquez archive, Gabo has entered history.
“Like a character in one of his own novels, he has entered a place outside of time. Somewhere among these papers Florentino Ariza still waits outside the house of his first love; somewhere a colonel waits patiently for the weekly post.
“An archive is a timeless thing, and for years to come the materials that have been collected here will give up, to those who are patient, insights into the art of García Márquez.”
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