Web of life : folklore and midrash in rabbinic literature (图书, 2000) [WorldCat.org]
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Web of life : folklore and midrash in rabbinic literature

著者: Galīt Ḥazan-Rōqem; Batya Stein
出版商: Stanford (Calif.) Stanford University Press cop. 2000
丛书: Contraversions (Stanford, Calif.)
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This work weaves its interpretation of Jewish culture in the Palestine of late antiquity on the warp of a singular rabbinic text "Lamentations Rabbah". The textual analyses that form the core of the  再读一些...

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文档类型 图书
所有的著者/提供者: Galīt Ḥazan-Rōqem; Batya Stein
ISBN: 0804732272 9780804732277
OCLC号码: 1014824727
描述: XIII, 287 p. 23 cm
内容: Preface 1. The study of folk narratives in Rabbini literature 2. The literary context of folk narratives in the Aggadic Midrash: interpreting narrative structure 3. The genre context of folk narratives in the Aggadic Midrash: riddles about the wise people of Jerusalem 4. The comparative context of folk narratives in the Aggadic Midrash: tales of dream interpretation 6. The social context of folk narratives in the Aggadic Midrash: the feminine power of laments, tales, and love 7. The religious context of folk narratives in the Aggadic Midrash: the rhetoric of intimacy as a rhetoric of the sacred 8. The historical context of folk narratives in the Aggadic Midrash: three tales on Messianism Epilogue: Rabbi Joshua's Odyssey Notes Bibliography Index.
丛书名: Contraversions (Stanford, Calif.)
其他题名: Rikmat hayim : ha-yetsira ha-ammamit be-sifrut hazal
责任: Galit Hasan-Rokem ; translated by Batya Stein.

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"Web of Life is a brilliant study that makes an ancient text relevant to the modern reader . . . Hasan-Rokem demonstrates not only a thorough scholarly knowledge of folklore and Jewish studies, but 再读一些...

 
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