Hugo Alfaro

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Hugo Alfaro (Tala, Uruguay, 20 February 1917 – Montevideo, 16 March 1996) was a Uruguayan journalist, intellectual and film critic. In his youth he contributed to the famous weekly newspaper Marcha. Later, in 1985, he was the main founder of the newspaper Brecha.

Works

  • Mi mundo tal cual es (Ed. Marcha. 1966)
  • Ver para creer
  • Reportajes a la realidad
  • Navegar es necesario. Quijano y el semanario Marcha (Ediciones de la Banda Oriental. 1984)
  • Mario Benedetti: detrás de un vidrio claro (Trilce. 1986)
  • Pruebas de imprenta
  • Por la vereda del sol (Ed. de Brecha. 1994)

References

External links

  • Jorge Abbondanza. "Hugo Alfaro: An aide-mémoire of a prolific journalistic career" (in Spanish). EspacioLatino.com. Retrieved 2012-11-24.


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