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|Awarded for||(1) Literature and|
(2) Jewish thought
|Presented by||Tel Aviv Municipality|
The Bialik Prize is an annual literary award given by the municipality of Tel Aviv, Israel, for significant accomplishments in Hebrew literature. The prize is named in memory of Hayyim Nahman Bialik. There are two separate prizes, one specifically for "Literature", which is in the field of fiction, and the other for "Jewish thought" (חכמת ישראל). The prize was established in January 1933, Bialik's 60th birthday.
List of recipients
List of recipients in alphabetical order
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