Boris Aprilov (Bulgarian: Борис Априлов) (21 March 1921 – 10 April 1995) was a Bulgarian writer, playwright, satirist and humourist, dramaturge, well known for his novels, plays and screenplays, and mostly for his children's literature. Also known as: Ahasver, Aho, Ahoto, and other aliases in the humorist journal "Sturshel" ("Hornet").

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  • Борис Априлов (настоящее имя Атанас Василев Джавков; 21 марта 1921, Малко-Тырново — 10 апреля 1995, Тель-Авив, Израиль) — болгарский детский писатель и драматург. (ru)
  • Boris Aprilov (Bulgarian: Борис Априлов) (21 March 1921 – 10 April 1995) was a Bulgarian writer, playwright, satirist and humourist, dramaturge, well known for his novels, plays and screenplays, and mostly for his children's literature. Also known as: Ahasver, Aho, Ahoto, and other aliases in the humorist journal "Sturshel" ("Hornet"). (en)
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  • 1921-3-21
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  • Atanas Vassilev Djavkov (en)
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  • Montage of a photo of Boris Aprilov with his new book in the hand, taken in his home in Sofia 1975, his yacht "Ahasfer" on a trip in the Black Sea 1986, and the surface of the Dead Sea, Israel 1992.
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  • "The Six Little Pinguins" in Iran
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  • Bulgarian writer, playwright (en)
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  • Борис Априлов (настоящее имя Атанас Василев Джавков; 21 марта 1921, Малко-Тырново — 10 апреля 1995, Тель-Авив, Израиль) — болгарский детский писатель и драматург. (ru)
  • Boris Aprilov (Bulgarian: Борис Априлов) (21 March 1921 – 10 April 1995) was a Bulgarian writer, playwright, satirist and humourist, dramaturge, well known for his novels, plays and screenplays, and mostly for his children's literature. Also known as: Ahasver, Aho, Ahoto, and other aliases in the humorist journal "Sturshel" ("Hornet"). (en)
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  • Борис Априлов (ru)
  • Boris Aprilov (en)
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  • Boris Aprilov (en)
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