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Solomon Ibn Gabirol: A Bibliography of His Poems in Translation (review)

Solomon Ibn Gabirol: A Bibliography of His Poems in Translation (review) hic and midrashic fragments and their publication history from the time of their discovery through the present. Danzig emphasizes that the publication of medieval Rabbinic literature (Sifrut Rabbanit) from the Genizah is still in its infancy (tehilat darko) (p. 29) and the difficulties involved in the collection and publication of . this material. He then focuses upon the materials within the Jewish Theological Seminary of America collections. emphasizing the Adler collection. and concludes by categorizing the material by genre. This exceptional introduction is carefully annotated. and provides a very useful access to the study of the Genizah as a whole. A short sixteen page English summary of the Hebrew introduction is provided. I hope that Danzig will translate the full Hebrew introduction at some future date. The various documents are carefully indexed. and make this an extremely useful and usable volume. This type of collection may be even more useful. however. as a computer database. This database is available through the Lieberman Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary. A Catalog of Fragments of Halakhah and Midrash from the Cairo Genizah in the Elkan Nathan Adler Collection of the Library of lhe Jewish Theological Seminary of America should be http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Hebrew Studies National Association of Professors of Hebrew

Solomon Ibn Gabirol: A Bibliography of His Poems in Translation (review)

Hebrew Studies , Volume 41 (1) – Oct 5, 2000

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hic and midrashic fragments and their publication history from the time of their discovery through the present. Danzig emphasizes that the publication of medieval Rabbinic literature (Sifrut Rabbanit) from the Genizah is still in its infancy (tehilat darko) (p. 29) and the difficulties involved in the collection and publication of . this material. He then focuses upon the materials within the Jewish Theological Seminary of America collections. emphasizing the Adler collection. and concludes by categorizing the material by genre. This exceptional introduction is carefully annotated. and provides a very useful access to the study of the Genizah as a whole. A short sixteen page English summary of the Hebrew introduction is provided. I hope that Danzig will translate the full Hebrew introduction at some future date. The various documents are carefully indexed. and make this an extremely useful and usable volume. This type of collection may be even more useful. however. as a computer database. This database is available through the Lieberman Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary. A Catalog of Fragments of Halakhah and Midrash from the Cairo Genizah in the Elkan Nathan Adler Collection of the Library of lhe Jewish Theological Seminary of America should be

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