GabrielJosédelaConcordiaGarcíaMárquez（被称为“Gabo”）于1927年3月6日出生在哥伦比亚阿拉卡塔卡镇，靠近加勒比海岸。 他是12个孩子中最大的一个; 他的父亲是一名邮政职员，电报员和流动药剂师，当加西亚·马尔克斯8岁时，他的父母搬走了，所以他的父亲找到了工作。 加西亚·马尔克斯（GarcíaMárquez）被他的外祖父母留在一个摇摇欲坠的大房子里。 他的祖父NicolasMárquezMejia在哥伦比亚的千日战争期间是一名自由派活动家和上校; 他的祖母相信魔法，并用迷信和民间故事，跳舞的幽灵和灵魂填补了她的孙子的头。 1973年在大西洋发表的一篇采访中，加西亚·马尔克斯说他一直都是作家。 当然，他年轻时代的所有元素都融入了加西亚·马尔克斯的小说，融合了历史，神秘和政治，墨西哥诗人巴勃罗·聂鲁达与塞万提斯的“堂吉诃德”相比。
Gabriel Josédela Concordia García Márquez (known as “Gabo”) was born on March 6, 1927 in the town of Alacataka, Colombia, near the Caribbean coast. He is the biggest of the 12 children; his father is a postal clerk, telegrapher and mobile pharmacist. When Garcia Marquez was 8 years old, his parents moved away, so his father found it. jobs. García Márquez was left by his grandparents in a crumbling big house. His grandfather Nicolas Márquez Mejia was a liberal activist and colonel during the Millennium War in Colombia; his grandmother believed in magic and filled the head of her grandson with superstitions and folktales, dancing ghosts and souls. In an interview published in the Atlantic in 1973, Garcia Marquez said that he has always been a writer. Of course, all the elements of his youth were integrated into Garcia Marquez’s novels, combining history, mystery and politics. The Mexican poet Pablo Neruda and Cervantes’s Don Quixote ratio.