With the help of booksellers and librarians from around the world, we’ve created this collection of 200 iconic HarperCollins titles—beloved books that have inspired, informed, entertained, and endured.
Whether they are prizewinners, runaway bestsellers, groundbreaking nonfiction, or simply a favorite novel, these books have all had a singular influence on our literary culture.
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One Hundred Years of Solitude
This novel established Gabriel García Márquez as a leading young Latin American writer and sparked a wave of interest in Central and South American Literature. García Márquez would go on to win the Nobel Prize in 1982 and the novel would sell more than 20 million copies.
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