Penghargaan Itzik Manger

Penghargaan Itzik Manger adalah penghargaan dalam bidang sastra berbahasa Yiddi yang dibentuk pada tahun 1968, beberapa saat sebelum kematian Itzik Manger pada tahun 1969. Manger "merupakan dan tetap menjadi salah satu sastrawan berbahasa Yiddi terbaik abad ke-20."[1] Penghargaan ini diinisiasi oleh Meyer Weisgal, karena Manger saat itu menolak Penghargaan Israel.[2][3]

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