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Gabriel José de la Concordia García Márquez (Aracataca, Colombia, March 6, 1927) is a writer, novelist, storyteller, writer and journalist in Colombia. In 1982 he received the Nobel Prize forLiterature and is familiarly known to his friends as Gabito or its shortened form Gabo since Eduardo Zalamea Borda assistant editor of The Spectator, began to call him so. Gabriel Garcia Marquez hasbeen inextricably linked with the magical realism his most famous work, the novel One Hundred years of Solitude, is considered one of the most representative of this literary genre .Gabriel García Márquez isfamous both for his genius as a writer, for his ability to use this talent to share their political ideologies. 7 His friendship with Cuban leader Fidel Castro has caused much controversy inthe literary and political world.

Tomas Tranströmer (Stockholm, April 15, 1931) is a psychologist, writer, poet and translator Swedish, whose poetry has a great influence. In 2011 he was awarded theNobel Prize for Literature, "because through its condensed and translucent images allows us access to reality" began writing at age thirteen, publishing his first collection of poems in 1954 Seventeen poemsAlbert Einstein (Ulm, Germany, March 14, 1879 - Princeton, USA, April 18, 1955) was a German-born physicist, nationalized U.S. and Switzerland. He is considered the century's mostimportant scientific XXI in 1905, as a young unknown physical, employed in the Patent Office in Bern, published his theory of special relativity. It sat in a simple theoretical framework based on simplephysical principles, concepts and phenomena studied earlier by Henri Poincaré and Hendrik Lorentz. As a logical consequence of this theory, derived the equation of physics best known at the grassroots level:the mass-energy equivalence, E = mc ². That year he published other works that would lay the basis for statistical physics and quantum mechanics.

Antoine Henri Becquerel (Paris, December 15, 1852 -...
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