dead, 100 years of solitude

Literary pioneer, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, died Thursday at his home in Mexico City at the age of 87.

While the exact cause of death remains unknown, Marquez’s fans continue to mourn the loss of the man who gave us 100 years of Solitude, a novel that Bill Clinton couldn’t put down once he started reading it. According to ABC News, the former president said, “I realized this man had imagined something that seemed like a fantasy but was profoundly true and profoundly wise.”

Many took to Twitter, posting either their condolences or quotes from the master journalist, who will be remembered with the rest of the classics.

Many spoke of Garcia Marquez’s positive impact on their lives as writers.

While others pulled from obituaries and tributes written around the world.

The rest quoted lines from the writer and his famous works, because sometimes there isn’t anything else to say.

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