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Luciano Cacace (1919 - 24 January 1989) was an Italian writer and journalist born in Venice, who wrote in Italian journals under the name "Socrate" during World War I.


As a journalist, Luciano Cacace wrote alongside Giovanni Mosca, father of the famous sport journalist Maurizio. After his death, his wife Mariagigliola published his book "Nectar and Poison", which is a review of his works while he was a journalist.

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As a member of the prestigious Rotary Club of Venice, he became president of the regional Craftsmen association. For his work, he was prized by the National Craftsmen Association in 1981. He participated several times in "Art and Work", and in several reviews.

Luciano Cacace also worked as a cinema director. His movie, "84th Kilometre", has been considered a masterpiece. Cacace also received a Honoris Causa Degree by the University of Moscow.


Cacace died while sleeping in his home in Maerne di Martellago on January 24, 1989, and is currently buried in the city cemetery. A road in Maerne has been named after him, in which lay several shops, restaurants and residential buildings.


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