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This article examines the unique, nonstandard features of the Hebrew language of Sara Shiloâs award-winning book No Gnomes Will Appear (2005). Raising the question of whether this language is simply nonstandard Hebrew, or whether its âfaultsâ have an identifiable background, it...
Hasidic homilies contain a myth relating to Mosesâ request to live on to enter into the land of Israel as motivated by his intent to perform there actions that would unify and redeem all the worlds and permanently annul the exile. His request was denied for various reasons that all go beyond...
This unconventional essay attempts to translate the authorâs overall negative opinion of David Grossmanâs 2008 novel, To the End of the Land, into larger claims about Israeli society and culture since 2000, as well as Grossmanâs place within it. The authorâs negative opinion of the...
The present paper demonstrates that various prospective values displayed by the Biblical Hebrew qatal are logicalâboth conceptually and diachronicallyâcomponents of the total meaning offered by the Biblical Hebrew suffix conjugation. By employing a chaining procedure based on...
The article discusses a Jewish mystical text that paradoxically takes up the measurements of the body of G-d in the context of a tradition that forbids corporeal, finite, or tangible depiction of the Deity. Consequently, scholars have been at a loss concerning its interpretation. Many resort to...
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