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by Raphael Patai,Francis Lee Utley,Dov Noy
Author: Raphael Patai,Francis Lee Utley,Dov Noy
Publisher: Haskell House Pub Ltd; New edition edition (December 1, 1972)
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Mythology and Folk Tales
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Studies in Biblical and Jewish Folklore. by Raphael Patai, Francis Lee Utley, Dov Nôy.
Studies in Biblical and Jewish Folklore.
Raphael Patai, Francis Lee Utley. The subjects include The Significance of Near Eastern Folklore, Jewish Folklore and Jewish Tradition, Jewish-American Dialect Stores on Tape, The Americanization of Passover, The Musical Vocabulary of Ashkenazic Hazanim, Some Aspects of Comparative Jewish Folksong, Jewish Beliefs and Popular Customs in Los Angeles, and Biblical Folklore.
The great Jewish Folklorist Raphael Patai most well known for his book the "Hebrew Goddess" presents in English his and other fine scholars essays on. .Bibliographic Details. Title: Studies In Biblical And Jewish Folklore. Publisher: Indiana University Press, .
The great Jewish Folklorist Raphael Patai most well known for his book the "Hebrew Goddess" presents in English his and other fine scholars essays on Jewish magic Spells and Hebrew Folklore . Two Remedy Books in Yiddish" Sixteen page chapter of Jewish magic. Includes translation of healing and angry spells including How to free a man from prison. So much in here "Falasha Creation stories" "Americanization of Passover". Publication Date: 1960. Personal Name: Patai, Raphael, 1910- ed. Studies in Biblical and Jewish folklore. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Book's title: Studies in Biblical and Jewish folklore. Library of Congress Control Number: 72006871. Publication, Distribution, et. New York
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Patai, Raphael The first essay in Jewish studies that includes the concept of folk literature in its title, encompassing not only oral works, but also a broad range o.
Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1983. Patai addresses fundamental issues of Jewish folklore and ethnography, ranging from programmatic essays to biblical and Talmudic subjects, the Jews of Meshhed, Sephardim and Oriental Jews, and peripheral Jewish communities. Rappoport, A. S. The Folklore of the Jews. Kegan Paul Library of Jewish Studies. The first essay in Jewish studies that includes the concept of folk literature in its title, encompassing not only oral works, but also a broad range of literature in popular use, from religious texts to popular publications.
On Jewish Folklore spans a half-century of scholarly inquiry by the noted anthropologist and biblical scholar Raphael Patai. He essays collected in this volume, some of which are presented for the first time in English translation, provide a rich harvest of Jewish customs and traditional beliefs, gathered from all over the world and from ancient to modern times. Wayne State University Press, 5 февр.
Patai, Raphael; Utley, Francis Lee; Noy, Dov (1973). Fields of Offerings: Studies in honor of Raphael Patai. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. New York: Haskell House Publishers. Patai, Raphael (2000). Journeyman in Jerusalem: Memories and Letters 1933-1947. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. List of Bialik Prize recipients. Dan Ben-Amos (1997). Obituary: Raphael Patai (1910-1996)".
Raphael Patai studied at rabbinical seminaries in and at the University of Budapest and the University of Breslau, from which . Patai, Raphael; Utley, Francis Lee; Noy, Dov (1973).
He moved to Palestine in 1933, where his parents joined him in 1939, after he received the first doctorate awarded by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, in 1936.