- Author:Leon J. Weinberger
- Publisher:University Alabama Press; 1st THUS edition (November 30, 1983)
- Pages:192 pages
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Bulgaria's Synagogue Poets book This is the first in-depth study of three 11th- to 12th-century poets from.
Bulgaria's Synagogue Poets book. This is the first in-depth study of three 11th- to 12th-century poets from Balkan Byzantium. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Bulgaria's Synagogue Poets: The Kastoreans as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
Judaism: Worship, Rites & Ceremonies. Bulgaria's Synagogue Poets : The Kastoreans Other books in this series. Argentina and the Jews. Bulgaria's Synagogue Poets : The Kastoreans. Judaic Studies (Paperback). Introduction by Leon Weinberger. Free delivery worldwide. Other books in this series.
Results from Google Books. These works provide the evidence that the Balkan synagogue poets favored distinctive literary forms even as they show the strong influence of the Hispanic-Hebrew writers. Completing the volume are indexes of rabbinic, Aramaic, and payyetanic usages and tables of metonymical terms.
Professor Weinberger's study is a particularly valuable source-book for . W. J. van Bekkum, Journal of Jewish Studies & serve well Judaic scholars o. .
Professor Weinberger's study is a particularly valuable source-book for students of synagogue liturgy, Jewish worship, and medieval Hebrew poetry. deserves our deepest gratitude for a book that is an unprecedented English introduction to the world of piyyut. this book is a convincing endeavour to show an English-reading audience the great value of Hebrew liturgical poetry for Jewish religion and culture
Bulgaria's Synagogue Poets: The Kastoreans.
Bulgaria's Synagogue Poets: The Kastoreans. Additional Information. Bulgaria's Synagogue Poets: The Kastoreans.
Leon Judah Weinberger, Polish religion educator. Ordained rabbi, 1956.
Bulgaria's Synagogue Poets. The Kastoreans (Judaic Studies Series). by Leon J. Weinberger. Published November 30, 1983 by University Alabama Press.
Weinberger first gained recognition for his translations of the Nobel Prize–winning writer and poet Octavio Pa.
Weinberger first gained recognition for his translations of the Nobel Prize–winning writer and poet Octavio Paz. His many translations of the work of Paz include The Poems of Octavio Paz, In Light of India, and Sunstone. Today, Weinberger is primarily known for his literary writings (essays) and political articles, the former characterized by their wide-ranging subjects and experimental style, verging on a kind of documentary prose poetry, and the latter highly critical of American politics and foreign policy.