Alfredo Armas Alfonzo
Alfredo Armas Alfonzo was a Venezuelan writer, critic, editor and historian, well known throughout Latin America. He was a master of the modern fable, a precursor of what soon would be called magical realism.
Alfonzo grew up in the llanos and in Puerto Piritu, and later attended the first classes at the new journalism school of the Central University of Venezuela in Caracas. After graduation he worked for the Postal Service in Barcelona, Venezuela, and was the eastern correspondent for the Caracas newspaper El Nacional. He founded the literary magazine, Revista Literaria Jaguey and organized and presided over the first ...
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