6 edition of Hebrew Poetry and the Arabic Literary Tradition: Arabic Themes in Hebrew Andalusian Poetry (Medieval Iberian Peninsula : Texts and Studies, Vol 7) found in the catalog.
by Brill Academic Publishers
Written in English
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Taking us through the Hebrew poetry of Spain chronologically by author, with a social/historical introduction to each, Cole presents a history of poetry and the Spanish "Golden Age" as much as an anthology of poetry. The book proves an enjoyable read from cover to s: Hebrew literature - Hebrew literature - Talmudic literature: In contrast to the works of the Bible and the Second Temple were the collections of writings concerned with Jewish civil and religious law. Whereas the former were lengthy writings bearing the imprint of their authors or editors, early rabbinic literature consisted entirely of collections of individual statements loosely strung together.
From holiday poems to quiet spiritual reflections, these poems and articles celebrate the interweaving of Jewish faith, cultural traditions, and literary history. The Jewish poets of medieval Spain combined elements of the dominant Arabic-Islamic culture with Jewish religious and literary traditions to create a rich new Hebrew literature that is as richly entertaining today as it was in the twelfth century. In this delight delightful book, Scheindlin presents the original Hebrew poetry with his own melodic English translations, each followed by.
Peter Cole is a poet and translator of Hebrew and Arabic poetry. He has received numerous awards for his work, including prizes from the Times Literary Supplement and the Modern Language Association, and a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship. Winner of the PEN-America Translation Award, he lives in Jerusalem, where he coedits Ibis Editions. Poetry for the Spirit: Poems of Universal Wisdom and Beauty: Music of a Distant Drum: Classical Arabic, Persian, Turkish & Hebrew Poems: The Penguin Book of Hebrew Verse: The Heart and the Fountain: An Anthology of Jewish Mystical Experiences: The Dream of the Poem: Hebrew Poetry from Muslim and Christian Spain,
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This book deals extensively with the different Arabic poetic genres and their Hebrew equivalents, focusing on the four main poets Samuel Ha-Nagid, Solomon Ibn Gabirol, Moses Ibn Ezra and Yehuda Ha-Lewi. At the end conclusions are drawn about the use of Arabic themes in Hebrew Andalusian by: 9.
Arie Schippers, Ph.D. () in Literature, University of Amsterdam, where he now teaches in the Department of Arabic & Islamic undergraduate work was in Semitic and Romance languages at the University of Leiden. He has published several articles on both classical Arabic and Hebrew Andalusian poetry and Arabic and Hebrew literature in by: 9.
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Spanish Hebrew poetry and the Arabic literary tradition: Arabic themes in Hebrew Andalusian poetry / by Arie Schippers. Format Book Published Leiden ; New York: E.J. Brill, Description ix, p.
; 25 cm. Series Medieval Iberian peninsula. Texts and studies, v. Arabic speaking Jews had both Arabic and Hebrew names Essentially Hebrew takes the status of the ceremonial language and Arabic is the language of communication.
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Hebrew culture experienced a renewal in medieval Spain that produced what is arguably the most powerful body of Jewish poetry written since the Bible. Fusing elements of East and West, Arabic and Hebrew, and the particular and the universal, this verse embodies an extraordinary sensuality and intense faith that transcend the limits of language, place, and time.
Arabic Literature: Postmodern Perspectives introduces the work of twenty-nine pivotal authors from the Arab world writing in Arabic, English, French and Hebrew.
Organised around the central themes of memory, place and gender, each of which is discussed in an introductory essay, this volume provides a critical framework for Arab literature, locating it alongside other contemporary world literature.
Huda Fakhreddine and Dr. Lital Levy spoke about muwashshahat, a form of Arabic poetry popularized in Al-Andalus, Islamic Spain. The attendees, comprised of over 50 people, were introduced to the history and culture of Al-Andalus, with an overview of Arab poetry and the significance of muwashshahat as a poetic form and its impact on both Arab.
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Get this from a library. Spanish Hebrew poetry and the Arabic literary tradition: Arabic themes in Hebrew Andalusian poetry. [Arie Schippers]. The Literature of Al-Andalus is an exploration of the culture of Iberia, present-day Spain and Portugal, during the period when it was an Islamic, mostly Arabic-speaking territory, from the eighth to the thirteenth century, and in the centuries following the Christian conquest when Arabic continued to.
The golden age of Jewish poetry in Al-Andalus developed in the literary courts of the various taifas. Like its Arabic counterpart, its production diminished in the 12th century under the rule of the Almoravids and Almohads.
In the last part of the 10th century, Dunash ben Labrat revolutionized Jewish poetry in Al-Andalus by bringing Arabic meter and monorhyme into Hebrew writing.
Jewish poets employed Arabic poetic themes, writing bacchic poetry. Hebrew poetry in Spain begins with Dunash aroundbut for almost two centuries, Arab poets there had been refining a body of literature unsurpassed for allusiveness and wit.
This work deals extensively with the Arabic themes and literary devices used by Hebrew Andalusian poets in 11th century Muslim (and Christian) l interest is devoted to the four main poets of the Hebrew Golden Age in Spain, namely Samuel Ha-Nagid, Solomon Ibn Gabirol, Moses Ibn Ezra and Yehuda Ha-Lewi.
Spanish Hebrew Poetry and the Arabic Literary Tradition: Arabic Themes in Hebrew Andalusian Poetry. Raymond P. Scheindlin & Arie Schippers -. vehicles for expressing the idea of beauty: the Classical love poetry of the Arabic tradition, and the Biblical Hebrew love poetry of the Song of Songs.1 This places the Song at the center of the most compelling cultural problem of Jewish Al-Andalus.
Like Hebrew Andalusī culture, the. Rhymed prose had long existed in both Arabic and Hebrew literature, albeit in wholly independent traditions. Pre-Islamic Arabic literature made use of saj‘, a nonmetrical mode that was employed by soothsayers and diviners for their incantations, and numerous parts of the Quran are also composed in a musical and powerfully cadenced prose.
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Saadia Ibn Danaan, a rabbi who wrote prose in Arabic and poetry in Hebrew, transmitted the tradition to North Africa, and furnished the. ARABIC LITERATURELiterature may be defined in numerous ways, but in Arabic literature some of the prominent phenomena that are associated with the modern concept of literature—individual creativity, authenticity of feeling, and fictionality—will not easily be detected by an unaware reader.
Arabic literature as well as other non-Western literatures is firmly rooted in its own tradition and. Medieval Hebrew poetry in Spain is evaluated today as one of the highest summits of Hebrew literature (between biblical and modern Hebrew poetry).
General Overviews Modern scholarship of the subject had its constitutive moment in the Wissenschaft des Judentums (German Jewish or Judaic studies, c. –). The most essential point about Arabic literature is that it stems directly from the Holy Qur’an—pre-Islamic poetry notwithstanding.
Apart from some 1st century AD graffiti (which hardly counts as literature), we have no evidence of writings in Arabic before the time of the Prophet Muhammad.