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Viareggio Prize

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The Viareggio Prize (Premio Viareggio or Premio Letterario Viareggio-Rèpaci) is an Italian literary prize, first awarded in 1930. Named after the Tuscan city of Viareggio, it was conceived by three friends, Alberto Colantuoni, Carlo Salsa and Leonida Rèpaci, to rival the Milanese Bagutta Prize. List of recipients The first (or some cases equal-first) prizes have been awarded as follows: From 1930 to 1947 From 1948 to present Bibliography *it *it *it
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