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His works include the novels One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera, and the memoir Living to Tell the Tale.
In 1982, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.
More information about the author.
Find his works in CLAMS.
CLAMS just made it easier to access the catalog and your library account on mobile devices.
CLAMS now offers “AirPac” a new mobile catalog interface for smartphones. On your smartphone, use a browser (Safari, Chrome, etc.) and search library.clamsnet.org. It will automatically use the mobile interface, no need to download an app. You still have the option to select the full-screen version, but the mobile interface is much easier to read on smartphones — it is simplified for the small screen.
CLAMS continues to offer the Boopsie app an as alternate mobile catalog.
Do you ever wonder how much all those DVDs, Books, magazines, etc. you borrow from your local library saves you in personal expense? Even if you rarely borrow items but you use the library for computer use, to read the newspaper or, your favorite magazine check out our library value calculator just for fun!
CLAMS has added an online guide to reading available to all CLAMS library users. NoveList Plus covers fiction and non-fiction and offers Author Read-alikes, Book Discussion Guides, Feature Articles, Award Winner lists, and much more. Access NoveList Plus here.
Next time you search the CLAMS Catalog for the latest from your favorite author you will see some great new features. CLAMS has added NoveList Select, a catalog enrichment service, that will turn the catalog into “a place for book discovery, adding reader-focused features such as reading recommendations, series information, book reviews, book jackets, and more” (from the Novelist website). This readers’ advisory service will help readers find just the right book and discover new authors. See an example here (scroll down when you open the link to see series info., etc.).