Aníbal Nazoa

Aníbal Nazoa

Birth
Caracas, Capital District, Venezuela
Death 18 Aug 2001 (aged 72)
Caracas, Capital District, Venezuela
Burial Caracas, Municipio Bolivariano Libertador, Capital District, Venezuela
Memorial ID 12350287 · View Source
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Author. With his brother Aquiles was one of the founders of the humoristic magazine "El Morrocoy Azul." He also collaborated in other humoristic publications as "Fantoches," "El Tocador de Señoras," and others. He wrote the books "Aquí Hace Calor" (1969), "Obras Incompletas" (1969), "Las Artes y Los Oficios" (1973) and "La Palabra de Hoy" (1981) among others.

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  • Find a Grave Memorial 12350287
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Aníbal Nazoa (12 Sep 1928–18 Aug 2001), Find a Grave Memorial no. 12350287, citing Cementerio del Este, Caracas, Municipio Bolivariano Libertador, Capital District, Venezuela ; Maintained by Find A Grave .