4 edition of Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes found in the catalog.
|Statement||[translated and edited by] Adele Berlin.|
|Series||Indiana studies in biblical literature|
|LC Classifications||BS1430.2 .B515 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 205 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||90026773|
The proceedings of a symposium entitled Esther held in Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska in April , the book contains a collection of essays that engages all aspects of the biblical book of Esther. From questions of textual criticism to the history of rabbinic interpretation to speculation on the modern form of commentary, this collection is sure to contain something for everyone interested. Back in the 11th and 12th centuries when troubadour poetry first flourished, poetry played a very different role from nowadays. These days we tend to think of poetry as some kind of rarefied activity that takes place in dusty libraries or snooty salon parties, or at its most accessible in live performances of slam poets at bars and coffee houses. In medieval Europe, court poets were more like.
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Biblical Poetry Through Medieval Jewish Eyes Indiana studies in biblical literature: Author: Adele Berlin: Editor: Adele Berlin: Contributor: Robert H Smith Professor of Hebrew Bible Emerita Adele Berlin: Publisher: Indiana University Press, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Jul 7, ISBN:Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes book OCLC Number: Notes: Translated from Hebrew and Judeo-Arabic.
Description: xviii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Part 1: Biblical poetry through Medieval eyes --Introduction --Trends in the history of the study of Biblical poetry --Medieval and Renaissance Jewish attitudes toward poetry and the Bible --Medieval and Renaissance views of Biblical poetry.
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Biblical Poetry Through Medieval Jewish Eyes (Indiana Studies in Biblical Literature)Cited by: 3. PARTI. Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes book POETRY THROUGH MEDIEVAL EYES.
Introduction 2. Trends in the History of the Study of Biblical Poetry 3. Medieval and Renaissance Jewish Attitudes toward Poetry and the Bible 4. Medieval and Renaissance Views of Biblical Poetry Notes to Part I.
PART II AUTHORS AND TEXTS Judah ibn Quraysh Judah Haleve Moshe ibn Ezra Solomon ibn. She is one of the few women to serve as the President of the Society of Biblical Literature.
Her many publications include Zephaniah (Doubleday, ), Biblical Poetry Through Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes book Jewish Eyes (Indiana Univ. Press, ) and The. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc History Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes.
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Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes / [translated and edited by] Adele Berlin. series title. Indiana studies in biblical literature. imprint. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c isbn. (alk. paper) general note.
University Press Book News, March Other books are Biblical Poetry Through Medieval Jewish Eyes, The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism, Poetics and Interpretation of Biblical Narrative, and Enmerkar and Ensuhkesdanna, A Sumerian Narrative Poem.
She co-edited with Marc Brettler The Jewish Study Bible, which received a National Jewish Book Award. A revised and expanded edition of. On Biblical Poetry takes a fresh look at the nature of biblical Hebrew poetry beyond its currently best-known feature, parallelism.
F.W. Dobbs-Allsopp argues that biblical poetry is in most respects just like any other verse tradition, and therefore biblical poems should be read and interpreted like other poems, using the same critical tools and with Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes book same kinds of guiding assumptions in place.
Adele Berlin (born in Philadelphia) is a biblical scholar. Before her retirement, she was Robert H. Smith Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of Maryland. Berlin is best known for work Poetics and interpretation of biblical narrative (ISBN ).She has also written commentaries on Zephaniah, Esther, and mater: University of Pennsylvania.
The author of three biblical commentaries and Biblical Poetry through Medieval Jewish Eyes, she is also coeditor of The Jewish Study Bible (Oxford), which received a National Jewish Book Award in The basic themes of secular love poetry include: 1) the lover is usually described as tall, with white skin and dark eyes and hair; 2) the lover is called by Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes book names of biblical animals for example, deer or gazelle—or by the names of biblical personalities; 3) the love Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes book kept a secret, especially from the family; 4) the love is described.
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This volume explores the nature of their coexistence (termed convivencia by Spanish historians), which embraced not only /5(3). Biblical Poetry Through Medieval Jewish Eyes (Indiana Studies in Biblical Literature): ISBN () Hardcover, Indiana Univ Pr.
Adele Berlin is Robert H. Smith Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of Maryland. The author of three biblical commentaries and Biblical Poetry through Medieval Jewish Eyes, she is also coeditor of The Jewish Study Bible (Oxford), which received a National Jewish Book Award in Table of Contents Foreword, by David Noel Freedman.
Chapter 3, "How These Jewish Books Became Gentile Captives", is the most important chapter in Episcopalian Bishop John Spong's book "Liberating the Gospels, Reading the Bible with Jewish Eyes" in this layman reviewer's opinion.
Hence, Chapter 3 is the exclusive focus of this review/5(88). [Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes, Adele Berlin, Indiana University Press, – pages.] Jacob as gaon of Sura, while Saadia conferred the exilarchate on David’s brother Hasan (Josiah; ). Hasan was forced to flee, and died in exile in Khorasan [Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes].
Jews have contributed to medicine both by the creation of new medical concepts and by the transmission of medical knowledge. It was through the medieval Jewish physician-translators that the medical knowledge of the East and much of ancient Greek medical.
For although in the 25 years since T. Carmi published his classic Penguin Book of Hebrew Verse we have begun to see what might be termed a renaissance in the publication of English translations of medieval Hebrew poetry, Carmi’s anthology still contains the widest selection available of medieval Hebrew poets.
And this, in spite of the. Biblical Poetry Through Medieval Jewish Eyes by Adele Berlin (Contributor) liked it avg rating — 3 ratings — published — 2 editions.
A scholar of biblical and ancient near eastern literature, Berlin has written six books, including three commentaries (on Zephaniah, Esther and Lamentations). Other books are Biblical Poetry through Medieval Jewish Eyes, The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism and Poetics and Interpretation of 5/5(K).
Indiana Studies in Biblical Literature The art and theory of literary interpretation are rooted in the great traditions of biblical study which for over two thousand years provided a fertile context for the development of new forms of reading and hermeneutic reflection. Biblical Poetry Through Medieval Jewish Eyes liked it avg rating — 3 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5.
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Adele Berlin is Robert H. Smith Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of Maryland. The author of three biblical commentaries and Biblical Poetry through Medieval Jewish Eyes, she is also coeditor of The Jewish Study Bible (Oxford), which received a National Jewish Book Award in Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves. Her book length publications include The Jewish Study Bible (Oxford UP, ), Poetics and Interpretation of Biblical Narrative (Sheffield, ), The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism (Indiana UP, ), and Biblical Poetry Through Medieval Jewish Eyes (Indiana UP, ).
Jon: So this ancient Jewish writing style, it must create unique types of narrative, and poetry, and discourse. Tim: Yes, and we’ll explore all those literary styles starting next with biblical narrative. HEBREW: Meditate = הָ גָ ה (hagah) Meditating on the Scriptures in solitude has profound value in fostering Size: 1MB.
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Medieval Jewish literature Fiction. Prominent examples of medieval Jewish fiction included: Sefer ha-Ma'asiyyot, by Nissim b. Nissim ibn Shahin of Kairouan, written in Arabic, a book of fables based on aggadic legends.; Sefer Sha'ashu'im, by Joseph Ibn Zabara (12th century), a story combining folktales, epigrams, and passages of philosophy and science.
(Basel: Georg Decker, ) ; ET with introd. Adele Berlin, Reading Biblical Poetry through Medieval Jewish Eyes (IndStBibLit; Bloomington: Indiana University Press, ) ; ET with introd. Joanna Weinberg, The Light of the Eyes / Azariah de’ Rossi: Translated from the Hebrew with an Introduction and Annotations (YJS 31; New Haven.
THE JEWISH QUARTERLY REVIEW, LXXXI, Nos. (July-October, ) JEWISH MEDIEVAL COMMENTARY ON THE BOOK OF GENESIS AND MODERN BIBLICAL PHILOLOGY. PART I: GEN ' CHAIM COHEN, Ben Gurion University ABSTRACT In many individual cases modern biblical scholarship has (usually unknowingly) arrived at the same conclusions concerning the.
Adele Berlin writes in Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes: [Biblical poetry through Medieval Jewish eyes, Adele Berlin, Indiana University Press, – pages.] “Jacob as gaon of Sura, while Saadia conferred the exilarchate on David’s brother Hasan (Josiah; ).
Hasan was forced to flee, and died in exile in Khorasan ;”. Biblical Poetry Through Medieval Eyes () and Poetics and Interpretation of Biblical Narrative ().
Frymer-Kensky, Tikva. In the Wake of the Goddesses: Women, Culture and the Biblical Transformation of Pagan Myth () and Reading the Women of the Bible (). Hauptman, Judith. Biblical Poetry Through Medieval Jewish Eyes (Indiana Studies in Biblical 10 copies; Religion and Politics in the Ancient near East (Editor) 2 copies; The Jewish Study Bible-2nd Edition 1 copy; Reading [Hebrew] Biblical Poetry 1 copy; Semeia Characterization in Biblical Literature 1 copy; Enmerkar and Ensuhkešdanna: a Sumerian.
Her Biblical Poetry Through Medieval Jewish Eyes is just absolutely amazing. And I think I found myself quoting her again (in a blogpost) yesterday. Phyllis A. Bird has a classic that deserves rereading many times over: Missing Persons and Mistaken Identities: Women and Gender in.
Meira Polliack is Professor of Biblical Studies, Tel Aviv University. Meira does research in Classical Philology, Other Religions and Comparative Religion, especially: Arabic Bible translation. The German Jewish novelist Lion Feuchtwanger (–) wrote a Jefta und seine Tochter (), using the tragic biblical story to express his disillusionment with monolithic ideologies and the idolizing of power through the figure of Jephtha, who loses not only his daughter but also his heart and faith.
Yiddish writers have also addressed. The University of Chicago, The Divinity School, Comprehensive Exams, History of Judaism. Students taking the HIJD2 exam, Medieval Judaism, can choose from a variety of Biblical Poetry through Medieval Jewish Eyes.
Bloomington, The Arabic Commentary of Yephet ben ‘Ali on the Book of. From holiday poems to quiet spiritual reflections, these poems and articles celebrate the interweaving of Jewish faith, cultural traditions, and literary history.Poetics and Interpretation of Biblical Narrative.
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