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Hebrew poems from Spain

Author: David Goldstein
Publisher: Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2007.
Series: Littman library of Jewish civilization (Series)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A vivid panorama of the spiritual, theological, and intellectual concerns of the Golden Age of Spanish Jewry (950-1200) as represented in the work of thirteen poets.
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Traductions anglaises
Additional Physical Format: Version imprimée :
(DLC) 2008271302
(OCoLC)157005255
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Goldstein
ISBN: 9781909821330 1909821330
OCLC Number: 1090455672
Description: 1 ressource en ligne.
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright; Foreword; Contents; Introduction; A Note on the Translations; Bibliography; Dunash Ha-Levi Ben Labrat; Reply to an Invitation to a Feast; A Song for the Sabbath; Joseph Ibn Abithur; Sanctification; A Song for the New Year; Lament on the Devastation of the Land of Israel (1012); Isaac Ibn Kalpon; A Present of Cheese; Samuel Ha-Nagid; In Praise of Wine; An Invitation; The Power of the Pen; On the Death of his Brother; Man Runs towards the Grave; The Old Man's Warning; The Hour in which I am; Two Bouts of Woe; I Look up to the Sky; The Citadel God's AssuranceThe Victory over Ben Abbad; A Message to his Son, Joseph, on the Raising of the Siege of Lorca; War; Israel, Arise; The Wounded Lion; Solomon Ibn Gabirol; An Apple for Isaac; The Writing of Winter; In Mourning for Yekutiel; On the Death of Rab Hai; Separation from the Torah; His Illness; In the Morning I Look for you; The Unity of God; Isaac Ibn Gi' at; The Greatness of God; Moses Ibn Ezra; The Garden of Song; The Coming of Spring; The Sources of my Being; To Isaac, his Brother; Let Man Remember; Where are the Graves?; Slaves and Masters; Judah Ha-Levi Dialogue between Israel and GodIsrael's Complaint; Curtains of Solomon; Save my People; The Servant of God; Heal me, my God; Singing God's Praise; My Heart is in the East; Jerusalem; Mount A varim; Self-Exhortation to make the Journey to Israel; The Poet is Urged to Remain in Spain; The Poet Remembers his Home; The Poet Remembers his Family during a Storm at Sea; The Western Breeze; Storm at Sea; The Army of Old Age; To Moses ibn Ezra, in Christian Spain; Among the Jews of Seville; The Apple; My Love Washes her Clothes; Abraham Ibn Ezra; Luckless; I Have a Garment; God Supreme All Glory to his NameHow is it You have not Given this Thought?; On the Death of his Son, Isaac; Joseph Ibn Zabara; The Doctor; Judah Al-Harizi; A Secret Kept; The Lute Sounds; Shem Tob Ben Palquera; If Fear is like a Rock; Todros Ben Judah Abulafia; From Prison; Notes; Index of First Lines (English); Index of First Words (Hebrew)
Series Title: Littman library of Jewish civilization (Series)
Responsibility: introduction, translation, and notes by David Goldstein.

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The poems of the Golden Age of Spanish Jewry (950-1200) offer a vivid representation of contemporary Jewish life as well as a deep consciousness of Israel's relationship with God and an intense  Read more...

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