Jewish literature
Jewish Literature refers to works written by Jews on Jewish themes, literary works of various themes written in Jewish languages, or literary works in other languages written by Jewish writers. Ancien...
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Israeli literature
Israeli literature is literature written in the State of Israel by Israelis. Most works classed as Israeli literature are written in the Hebrew language, although some Israeli authors write in Yiddi...
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Yiddish literature
Yiddish literature encompasses all belles lettres written in Yiddish, the language of Ashkenazic Jewry which is related to Middle High German. The history of Yiddish, with its roots in central Europe ...
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Jewish American literature
Jewish American literature holds an essential place in the literary history of the United States. It encompasses traditions of writing in English, primarily, as well as in other languages, the most im...
Jewish mythology
Jewish mythology is a major literary element of the body of folklore found in the sacred texts and traditional narratives that help explain and symbolize Judaism. Elements of Jewish mythology have had...
Nestor the priest
Sefer Nestor Ha-Komer or The Book of Nestor the Priest (c.900 CE) is the earliest surviving anti-Christian Jewish polemic. The book is in Hebrew, but also exists in an Arabic translation. It cites ext...
Making of a Godol
Making of a Godol: A Study of Episodes in the Lives of Great Torah Personalities is a two-volume book written and published in 2002, with an improved edition published in 2005, by Rabbi Nathan Kamenet...
Jewish Book Council
The Jewish Book Council (Hebrew: הפרס הלאומי לספרים יהודיים) founded in 1944, is an organization encouraging and contributing to Jewish literature. The goal of the council, as stated on its website, i...
Beit Ben-Yehuda
Beit Ben-Yehuda is a historical home built in Arnona-Talpiot Neighborhood in Jerusalem for Eliezer Ben Yehuda, known as "the reviver of the Hebrew language".
Eliezer died in December 16th 1922 a ...
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Mainz Anonymous
The Mainz Anonymous or The Narrative of the Old Persecutions is an account of the First Crusade of 1096 written soon thereafter by an anonymous Jewish author.
The work is written in Hebrew. Its au...
Franz Kafka and Judaism
Beginning with the correspondence between Walter Benjamin and Gershom Scholem (or possibly before that, when Martin Buber became one of Franz Kafka's first publishers) interpretations, speculations, a...
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Badenheim 1939
Badenheim 1939 is an Israeli novel by Aharon Appelfeld. First published in Hebrew in 1978 as באדנהיים עיר נופש (Badenhaim `ir nofesh, 'resort town Badenheim'), it was his first novel to be ...
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Koret Jewish Book Award
The Koret Jewish Book Award is an annual award that recognizes "recently published books on any aspect of Jewish life in the categories of biography/autobiography and literary studies, fiction, histor...
Solomon Henry Jackson
Solomon Henry Jackson (died ca. 1847, New York?) was a pioneer American Jewish printer.An immigrant from England, Jackson settled in Pike County, Pennsylvania, and married the daughter of a local Pres...
Lechaim magazine
Lechaim (Лехаим) is the flagship magazine of the Federation of Jewish Communities of the CIS (FJC). It is printed monthly in Russian, with sections on news, memoirs, Torah studies, Jewish culture and ...
Ahimaaz ben Paltiel
Ahimaaz ben Paltiel (Hebrew: אחימעץ בן פלטיאל‎) (Capua, 1017-Oria, 1060) was an Italian-Jewish liturgical poet and author of a family chronicle. Very little is known about his life. He came of a...
Leopold Dukes
Leopold Dukes (Hungarian: Dux Lipót; 17 January 1810, Pozsony – 3 August 1891, Vienna) was a Hungarian critic of Jewish literature.
Dukes spent about 20 years in England, and from his research...
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