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Prêmio Jabuti

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The Prêmio Jabuti (the "Tortoise Prize") is a well-known literary award in Brazil. It was created in 1958 by Edgard Cavalheiro.

Since its first edition in 1959 many new categories have been added, and today it covers numerous literary and related categories:


Partial selection of winners


  • Jorge Amado, Novel
  • Jorge Medauar, Stories / novels
  • Associação dos Geógrafos Brasileiros (Seção São Paulo), Literary Studies (Essays)
  • Mário da Silva Brito, Literary History
  • Renato Sêneca Fleury, Children's Literature
  • Isa Silveira Leal, Juvenile literature
  • Carlos Bastos, Illustrations
  • Aldemir Martins, Cover Artist


  • Marques Rebelo, Novel / Fiction
  • Dalton Trevisan, Stories / novels
  • Sosigenes Costa, Poetry
  • Paulo Cavalcanti, Literary Studies (Essays)
  • Antonio Candido, Literary History
  • Arnaldo Magalhães de Giacomo, Children's Literature
  • Oswaldo Storni, Illustrations
  • Eugênio Hirsch, Cover Artist



  • Marques Rebelo, Novel / Fiction
  • Julieta de Godoy Ladeira, Stories / novels
  • Mário Chamie, Poetry
  • Mário Graciotti, Literary Studies (Essays)
  • Jacob Penteado, Biography and memoir
  • José Aderaldo Castelo, Literary History
  • Jorge Mautner, Adult Literature (author revelation)
  • Cecília Meireles, Literary translations
  • Elos Sand, Children's Literature
  • Vicente Di Grado, Cover Artist





  • Charles M. Culver, Best Medical book published in Brazil in 1995


  • Carlos Nascimento Silva, Sônia Coutinho and Modesto Carone, Novel / Fiction
  • Charles Kiefer, Rubens Figueiredo and João Inácio Padilha, Stories and chronicles
  • Haroldo de Campos, Gerardo Melo Mourão and Salgado Maranhão, Poetry
  • Editora Globo, Ivo Barroso and Victor Burton, Translation
  • Ricardo Azevedo (duas publ) and Lourenço Cazarré, Children's / youth literature
  • Eduardo Bueno, Hilário Franco Junior and Novais/Sevcenko/Schwarcz, Human Sciences
  • Alfredo K. Oyama Homma, Pedro L. B. Lisboa and Lacaz/Porto/Vaccari/Melo, Natural Science and medicine
  • Márcia Helena Mendes Ferraz, Herch Moysés Nussenzveig and Sônia Pitta Coelho/Francisco César Polcino Milies, Exact sciences, Technology and Computers
  • Paul Singer, Josué Rios and Celso Furtado, Economics, Management, Business and Law
  • Roger Mello, Demóstenes Vargas and Roberto Weigand, Illustration of children's or youth books


Note: Gilberto Freyre won a posthumous award.

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