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The Pushkin Prize (Russian: Пушкинская премия) was established in 1881 by the Russian Academy of Sciences to honor one of the greatest Russian poets Alexander Pushkin (1799–1837). The prize was awarded to the Russian who achieved the highest standard of literary excellence. The prize was discontinued during the Soviet period. It was restored in 1989 by Alfred Toepfer Foundation in Hamburg.[1] In 1995 the State Pushkin Prize was established by Boris Yeltsin's decree, with Vladimir Sokolov being the first laureate. Both lasted till 2005. In 2005 the New Pushkin Prize was established by the Aleksander Zhukov Fund, as well as the Pushkin and Mikhaylovskoye museums.[2] In 2017 the International Creative Contest "World Pushkin" was established by the Russkiy Mir Foundation and the A. Pushkin State Literary Memorial and Natural Museum-Reserve Boldino.[3]

Select list of winners

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c История Пушкинских премий.
  2. ^ a b The New Pushkin Prize laureates.
  3. ^ "ПОЛОЖЕНИЕ О МЕЖДУНАРОДНОМ ТВОРЧЕСКОМ КОНКУРСЕ". Russkiymir.ru. Russkiymir. Retrieved 21 November 2019.
  4. ^ "Dutch Translator Refuses Pushkin Medal, Blaming Putin". The Moscow Times. September 7, 2014. Retrieved September 8, 2014.