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April 1, 2004
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A biography of Marc Chagall won a prestigious Jewish literary award. The Koret Jewish Book Award in biography was given Monday evening in New York to Benjamin Harshav’s “Marc Chagall and His Times: A Documentary Narrative.” The fiction prize went jointly to Barbara Honigmann’s “A Love Made Out of Nothing and Zohara’s Journey,” and Aharon Megged’s “Foiglman.” Shmuel Feiner’s “The Jewish Enlightenment” won the history prize and Daniel Matt’s “The Zohar” won in the philosophy and thought category.

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