|Otto Lara Resende|
|Born|| 1 May 1922|
São João del Rei, Minas Gerais, Brazil
|Died||28 December 1992 (aged 70)|
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Otto Lara Resende (1 May 1922 – 28 December 1992) was a Brazilian journalist and writer.
Resende began teaching French at age fourteen and at eighteen years old began working as a journalist in the Belo Horizonte newspaper O Diário. In his career he worked at literary supplement of Diário de Minas. In Rio de Janeiro, Resende worked for the Diário de Notícias, O Globo , Diário Carioca, Correio da Manhã, Última Hora and Jornal do Brasil newspapers, Manchete and Senhor magazines, and TV Globo.
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He graduated in Law from the Federal University of Minas Gerais.
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