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Juan Jacobo Bajarlía
Birth: Oct. 5, 1914
Death: Jul. 22, 2005

Poet, essayist and novelist. He was one of the introducers of vanguardism in Argentina. Also a lawyer, wrote "Los Números de la Muerte," "La Esfinge," "Pierrot," "Monteagudo," "Los Robots" and many other books. Internationally, is best remembered for winning in 1964 the award "Mystery Magazine Ellery Queen." (bio by: 380W) 
 
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Cementerio Británico
Buenos Aires
Capital Federal, Argentina
 
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Originally Created by: 380W
Record added: Jun 17, 2006
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Juan Jacobo Bajarlía
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