A history of German Jewish Bible translation

Introduction. the German Jewish Bible in context -- The first wave: Jewish Enlightenment Bibles in Yiddish and German -- The second wave: emergence of a Bible industry -- The third wave: the Bible as Gesamtkunstwerk -- The fourth wave: reimagining the German Jewish Bible -- Epilogue: Ma shemo? the n...

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Main Author: Gillman, Abigail 1964-
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Chicago London The University of Chicago Press [2018]
In:Year: 2018
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Old Testament / Translation / German language / Jews / History 1670-2010
B Old Testament / Translation / Yiddish / History 1670-2010
B Germany / Old Testament / Judaism / Yiddish / Translation / History 1700-2010
IxTheo Classification:HA Bible
HB Old Testament
Further subjects:B Bible. Old Testament Yiddish Versions
B Criticism, interpretation, etc., Jewish
B Bible
B Bible. Old Testament Criticism, interpretation, etc., Jewish (Germany)
B Yiddish
B German
B Old Testament
B History
B Bible. Old Testament Versions, Jewish
B Bible. Old Testament Translating (Germany) History
B Versions
B Bible. Old Testament German Versions
B Judaism (Germany) History Modern period, 1750-
B Translating
B Judaism
B Versions, Jewish
B Germany
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Summary:Introduction. the German Jewish Bible in context -- The first wave: Jewish Enlightenment Bibles in Yiddish and German -- The second wave: emergence of a Bible industry -- The third wave: the Bible as Gesamtkunstwerk -- The fourth wave: reimagining the German Jewish Bible -- Epilogue: Ma shemo? the name of God in the German Jewish Bible
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN:022647772X