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By Ángel Esteban, Stéphanie Panichelli
The tale of the arguable friendship among Nobel prize-winning writer Gabriel Gabriel García Márquez and Fidel Castro.
In Fidel and Gabo, Márquez students Ángel Esteban and Stéphanie Panichelli learn this unusual, intimate, and tremendously arguable friendship among the liked writer and Cuban dictator, exposing aspects in their personalities by no means ahead of printed to the better public. For years, Márquez, lengthy fascinated by strength, solicited and flattered Castro in hopes of a private viewers, for he seen Castro's Cuba because the version on which Latin American could at some point construct its personal model of socialism. Fidel and Gabo is a bright and in-depth examine of the main influential males of the fashionable period, their worlds, and the impact this friendship has had on their existence and works.
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