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Periodicals Hebrew Studies 58 (2017): 463–484 ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH STUDIES REVIEW. 40.2 (2016) Luke Devine, “‘I Sleep, but My Heart Waketh’: Contiguity between Heinrich Heine’s Imago of the Shulamite and Amy Levy’s ‘Borderland,’” pp. 219–240; Arnon Atzmon, “Literature and Liturgy in Times of Transition: The Piska ‘And It Happened at Midnight’ from Pesikta de-Rav Kahana,” pp. 241–260; Jane L. Kanarek, “Rewriting ‘Arakhin: Women and Tannaitic Vows of Valuation,” pp. 261–278; Eran Viezel, “‘The Anxiety of Influence’: Rashbam’s Approach to Rashi’s Commentary on the Torah,” pp. 279–304; Lynn Kaye, “A ‘Great Man’ Said That? The Representation and Significance of Scholastic Failure in the Babylonian Talmud,” pp. 305–334; David Sclar, “Adaptation and Acceptance: Moses ay Ḥ im Luzzatto’ s Sojourn in Amsterdam among Portuguese Jews,” pp. 335–358; Devora Steinmetz, “Interpretation and Enactment: The Yerushalmi Story of Elisha ben Abuyah and the Book of Ruth,” pp. 359–392. Book Reviews, pp. 393–473. ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH STUDIES REVIEW. 41.1 (2017) Jews and Cities. Eli Lederhendler, “Introduction to the Theme: Jews and Cities, between Utopia and Dystopia,” pp. 1–8; Scott Ury, “Lost and Found? Jewish Historians, Jewish History, and Narrativization of Order in East European Cities,” pp. 9–36; Roni Hirsh-Ratzkovsky, “From Berlin to Ben Shemen: The http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Hebrew Studies National Association of Professors of Hebrew

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Hebrew Studies 58 (2017): 463–484 ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH STUDIES REVIEW. 40.2 (2016) Luke Devine, “‘I Sleep, but My Heart Waketh’: Contiguity between Heinrich Heine’s Imago of the Shulamite and Amy Levy’s ‘Borderland,’” pp. 219–240; Arnon Atzmon, “Literature and Liturgy in Times of Transition: The Piska ‘And It Happened at Midnight’ from Pesikta de-Rav Kahana,” pp. 241–260; Jane L. Kanarek, “Rewriting ‘Arakhin: Women and Tannaitic Vows of Valuation,” pp. 261–278; Eran Viezel, “‘The Anxiety of Influence’: Rashbam’s Approach to Rashi’s Commentary on the Torah,” pp. 279–304; Lynn Kaye, “A ‘Great Man’ Said That? The Representation and Significance of Scholastic Failure in the Babylonian Talmud,” pp. 305–334; David Sclar, “Adaptation and Acceptance: Moses ay Ḥ im Luzzatto’ s Sojourn in Amsterdam among Portuguese Jews,” pp. 335–358; Devora Steinmetz, “Interpretation and Enactment: The Yerushalmi Story of Elisha ben Abuyah and the Book of Ruth,” pp. 359–392. Book Reviews, pp. 393–473. ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH STUDIES REVIEW. 41.1 (2017) Jews and Cities. Eli Lederhendler, “Introduction to the Theme: Jews and Cities, between Utopia and Dystopia,” pp. 1–8; Scott Ury, “Lost and Found? Jewish Historians, Jewish History, and Narrativization of Order in East European Cities,” pp. 9–36; Roni Hirsh-Ratzkovsky, “From Berlin to Ben Shemen: The

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