An unknown manuscript by Gabriel Garcia Marquez has been published

Nobel Prize-winning Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez's last novel, "Memories of My Melancholy Whores," was published 20 years ago. Still, Márquez's literary legacy did not end there after he died in 2014; the Nobel Prize for Literature winner's work in the last years of his life remained in his archive at the University of Texas.

On Wednesday, the day García Márquez would have turned 97, his unfinished novel Until August was published by the author's sons, Rodrigo and Gonzalo Garcías. However, the sons of Márquez admit in the book's preface that García Márquez did not want the work to be published. Marquez ordered that these manuscripts be destroyed after his death.