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David Avidan (1934 – 1995; b. Tel Aviv, Israel) studied Literature and Philosophy at the Hebrew University in the early 1950s and began publishing poetry at that time. From the start he aligned himself with a group of writers who introduced essential changes into modern Hebrew poetry. He was one of Israel’s leading poets and a major originator of contemporary avant-garde Israeli poetry. Avidan received the Abraham Woursell Prize from the University of Vienna (1971-1976).