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The Penguin Book Of Hebrew Verse

Author : T. Carmi
ISBN : 9780141966601
Genre : Poetry
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This stunning anthology gathers together the riches of poetry in Hebrew from 'The Song of Deborah' to contemporary Israeli writings. Verse written up to the tenth century show the development of piyut, or liturgical poetry, and retell episodes from the Bible and exalt the glory of God. Medieval works introduce secular ideas in love poems, wine songs and rhymed narratives, as well as devotional verse for specific religious rituals. Themes such as the longing for the homeland run through the ages, especially in verse written after the rise of the Zionist movement, while poems of the last century marry Biblical references with the horrors of the Holocaust. Together these works create a moving portrait of a rich and varied culture through the last 3,000 years.

The Penguin Book Of Hebrew Verse

Author : T. Carmi
ISBN : UVA:X000219446
Genre : Fiction
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Now back in print, this collection compiled by a distinguished Israeli poet and scholar draws on a multitude of journals, rare editions, and liturgical collections from all over the world. Poems are presented in the original Hebrew and in English translation. The volume illuminates the historical and literary background of a tradition that spans 3,000 years and has flourished within many cultures.

The Penguin Book Of Socialist Verse

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ISBN : UCAL:B4930787
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The Penguin Book Of Modern Yiddish Verse

Author : Irving Howe
ISBN : UOM:39015053479526
Genre : Poetry
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Features the works of six major Yiddish poets and selections from the work of thirty-three others with Yiddish and English on facing pages

A New Sound In Hebrew Poetry

Author : Miryam Segal
ISBN : 9780253003584
Genre : Literary Criticism
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With scrupulous attention to landmark poetic texts and to educational and critical discourse in early 20th-century Palestine, Miryam Segal traces the emergence of a new accent to replace the Ashkenazic or European Hebrew accent in which almost all modern Hebrew poetry had been composed until the 1920s. Segal takes into account the broad historical, ideological, and political context of this shift, including the construction of a national language, culture, and literary canon; the crucial role of schools; the influence of Zionism; and the leading role played by women poets in introducing the new accent. This meticulous and sophisticated yet readable study provides surprising new insights into the emergence of modern Hebrew poetry and the revival of the Hebrew language in the Land of Israel.

An Introduction To Wisdom And Poetry Of The Old Testament

Author : Donald K. Berry
ISBN : 9781433670701
Genre : Religion
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Written for pastors with a relatively elementary knowledge of the Old Testament. Includes accounts of how this portion of the Bible has been interpreted throughout history. Easily incorporated into individual sermons.

Classical Hebrew Poetry

Author : Wilfred G. E. Watson
ISBN : 9780567434166
Genre : Religion
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In spite of debatable issues, such as metre, we now know enough about classical Hebrew poetry to be able to understand how it was composed. This large-scale manual, rich in detail, exegesis and bibliography, provides guidelines for the analysis and appreciation of Hebrew verse. Topics include oral poetry, metre, parallelism and forms of the strophe and stanza. Sound patterns and imagery are also discussed. A lengthy chapter sets out a whole range of other poetic devices and the book closes with a set of worked examples of Hebrew poetry. Throughout, other ancient Semitic verse has been used for comparison and the principles of modern literary criticism have been applied.

Medieval Jewish Civilization

Author : Norman Roth
ISBN : 9781136771552
Genre : History
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This is the first encyclopedic work to focus exclusively on medieval Jewish civilization, from the fall of the Roman Empire to about 1492. The more than 150 alphabetically organized entries, written by scholars from around the world, include biographies, countries, events, social history, and religious concepts. The coverage is international, presenting people, culture, and events from various countries in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. For a full list of entries and contributors, a generous selection of sample entries, and more, visit the Medieval Jewish Civilization: An Encyclopedia website.

The Polyphony Of Jewish Culture

Author : Benjamin Harshav
ISBN : 0804755124
Genre : Religion
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This book is a collection of seminal essays on major aspects of Jewish culture: Yiddish and Hebrew literature, Europe, America and Israel, transformations of Jewish history, the Holocaust, and the formal traditions of Hebrew verse.

The Jews Of Spain

Author : Gerber
ISBN : 9781439107836
Genre : Religion
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The history of the Jews of Spain is a remarkable story that begins in the remote past and continues today. For more than a thousand years, Sepharad (the Hebrew word for Spain) was home to a large Jewish community noted for its richness and virtuosity. Summarily expelled in 1492 and forced into exile, their tragedy of expulsion marked the end of one critical phase of their history and the beginning of another. Indeed, in defiance of all logic and expectation, the expulsion of the Jews from Spain became an occasion for renewed creativity. Nor have five hundred years of wandering extinguished the identity of the Sephardic Jews, or diminished the proud memory of the dazzling civilization, which they created on Spanish soil. This book is intended to serve as an introduction and scholarly guide to that history.

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