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Leonida Rèpaci (Palmi, 5 April 1898 – Marina di Pietrasanta, 19 July 1985)) was an Italian writer and political activist. He won the Bagutta Prize in 1933 and was one of the originators of the Viareggio Prize, which he administered until 1935.
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