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Contemporary Hebrew mystical poetry

Aubrey L. Glazer

Contemporary Hebrew mystical poetry

how it redeems Jewish thinking

by Aubrey L. Glazer

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press in Lewiston, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hebrew poetry, Modern -- History and criticism,
  • Jewish religious poetry, Hebrew -- History and criticism,
  • Mysticism in literature,
  • Mysticism -- Judaism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAubrey L. Glazer ; with a preface by Harry Fox.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ5024 .G53 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23643553M
    ISBN 100773448519
    ISBN 109780773448513
    LC Control Number2009030076

    Sep 20,  · Elisheva Bikhovsky, One of the Greatest Poets in the Modern Hebrew Language, Wasn’t Jewish. A casualty of a naïve belief in Israel’s potential to adopt a secular Hebrew . You’re going to learn a bit about Biblical Hebrew; A bit about Modern Hebrew; And some differences between Biblical Hebrew vs. Modern Hebrew. Note, this is not a complete list, not a well-crafted essay, but a start for beginners. However, IF i am missing anything, PLEASE comment below and I’ll add it in.

    Dec 07,  · Sometime between the 12th and 5th century BCE, Hebrew literature was exclusively preserved in 20 of the 39 books belonging to the Old Testament in the form of Biblical poetry, which predated Biblical prose. Even as Biblical prose began to take shape as a literary form, elements of poetical language and structure remained. “Grounded in excellent scholarship, Mysticism in Twentieth Century Hebrew Literature is a wide-ranging and comprehensive work. Bar-Yosef is very familiar with the Hebrew literary field and draws rich portraits of 20th-century poetic circles.

    KARAITE HEBREW POETRY AND POETICS IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE Acta Orient. Hung. 68, compiled the first Karaite prayer book, Hebrew poems by Rabbanite authors were ac-cepted as part of the Karaite tradition.9 As the Byzantine and Ottoman Karaite prayer books were intended for the benefit of both Turkish and East European Karaite com-. The time difference between Dunash and Shalem is at least seven hundred years, a significant margin of error, a fact that highlights the long history of Hebrew poetry, a history that extends by many centuries beyond both points of reference in this contemporary discussion of medieval Hebrew poetry. 1. Early Hebrew Poetry.


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Glazer (PhD University of Toronto) is an independent scholar and a rabbi at the Jewish Community Center of Harrison, New York. His book Contemporary Hebrew Mystical Poetry: How it Redeems Jewish Thinking () has been awarded the Adele Mellen Prize for its distinguished contribution to steinrenovationanddesigngroup.coms: 1.

Contemporary Israeli poetry serves as the site for debating the relation between public trauma and private experience. These Anmerkungen Contemporary Hebrew mystical poetry book afterwords explore how Hebrew poetry has carried forward from collective catastrophe to rewrite and rebirth the individual experience after the steinrenovationanddesigngroup.com: Mystical Vertigo | Mystical Vertigo immerses readers in the experience of the contemporary kabbalistic Hebrew poet, serving as a gateway into the poet's quest for mystical union known as devekut.

This journey oscillates across subtle degrees of devekut--causing an entranced experience for the Hebrew poet, who is reaching but not reaching, hovering but not hovering, touching but not touching in.

Mystical Vertigo immerses readers in the experience of the contemporary kabbalistic Hebrew poet, serving as a gateway into the poet’s quest for mystical union known as devekut. This journey oscillates across subtle degrees of devekut&#;causing an entranced experience for the Hebrew Author: Aubrey Glazer.

Contemporary Hebrew Mystical Poetry: How It Redeems Jewish Thinking. By Aubrey Glazer. Pillar of Prayer: Guidance in Contemplative Prayer, Sacred Study, and the Spiritual Life, from the Baal Shem Tov and His Circle Book Reviews.

BOOK REVIEW by Menachem Feuer: Tangle of Matter & Ghost. By Aubrey Glazer. Download. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author. Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional.

Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. Apr 23,  · In this sense, contemporary poetry may align itself more with the feminine finite than the masculine, sublime infinite.

And this, the Hasidic mystics might say, is to poetry’s credit. For Hasidic mystical thought suggests that even without a coupling with the infinite male light, the feminine finite realm can reflect and hold God’s steinrenovationanddesigngroup.com: Yehoshua November.

Contemporary Israeli poetry serves as the site for debating the relation between public trauma and private experience. Thsi title correlates Hebrew Poetry and Jewish Mysticism to. Among his topics are why contemporary Jewish mysticism needs poetry, contrition as a returning to devekut, devekut as a web of discourse, auto-erotic cosmogeny as devekut, parables and prayers of love and rape, and rebirthing devekut from darkness to light.

The poems are in Hebrew with English translations. ([c] Book News, Inc., Portland, OR). names of poets who publish mystical poetry, but did not supply me with clear examples for my arguments. I avoided poets whose work did not seem to me to be a clear illustration of the phenomena I wanted to examine.

I hope that an anthology of mystical Hebrew poems will appear in the future, and more researches will correct the injustices I have. Apr 01,  · While T. Carmi's Penguin Book of Hebrew Verse is more comprehensive, Cole's The Poetry of Kabbalah has more of a poet's sense of language and even catches of few sparks from the mystic's fire.

This is poetry that startles and transports. The Poetry of Kabbalah has become my favorite source for Jewish mystical poetry in English.4/5. In calligraphy by the author. Folktales about and exploration of the mystical meanings of the Hebrew Alphabet.

Open the old prayerbook-like pages of The Book of Letters and you will enter a special world of sacred tradition and religious feeling/5(18). Interpreting Genesis One b rhythms of Hebrew, poetry, the passage has a number of alliterations. The prominence of repetition and of its corollary, silence, brings the writing close to poetry; its movement toward, a climax places it in the order of prose.

Sometimes called a "hymn," it appears to be a unique blend of prose and poetry Aubrey L. Glazer. Aubrey L. Glazer is an independent scholar and a rabbi at the Jewish Community Center of Harrison, New York.

His book Contemporary Hebrew Mystical Poetry: How it Redeems Jewish Thinking () was awarded the Adele Mellen Prize. Modern Hebrew literature (), in distinction to that form of Neo-Hebraic literature known as rabbinical literature (see Literature, Hebrew), which is distinctly religious in character, presents itself under a twofold aspect: (1) humanistic, relating to the emancipation of the language by a return to the classical models of the Bible, leading to the subsequent development of modern.

Modern Jews continued to write standard forms of rabbinic literature: Jewish philosophical literature, mystical (Kabbalistic) literature, musar (ethical) literature, halakhic literature, and commentaries on the Bible about the king himself.

The modern era also saw the creation of what is generally known as "modern Jewish literature," discussed. One can scarcely discuss feminine Hebrew poetry without stressing the centrality of contemporary poet Yona steinrenovationanddesigngroup.comh () belongs to that rare breed of writers who set the agenda for future literary generations by challenging boundaries, interrogating sexuality and examining new dimensions of language and love, of expression and steinrenovationanddesigngroup.com: Rachel Verliebter.

T his most ancient and beautifully scripted alphabet is said to originate around years BC ().Since that time, every letter of this beautiful script has been woven into and become a part of Hebrew myth and culture including of course, the Holy Kabbalah and the Tarot, of which we shall have much to say throughout this series of essays.

Often boilerplate in both its didacticism and its devotion, it seems to be fueled by an Andalusian sort of urge without the original urgency, and it lacks the counterpoint one finds in the earlier hybrid Hebrew poetry.

The best of its mystical verse is, however, distinctive for the particular timbre and density of its rhetoric and for its. Jun 17,  · To mark this fine tradition, here is a brief history of Hebrew literature from the earliest known to this day.

The books of the Bible. Clearly, the earliest and most important, not to mention the most commercially successful, works of Hebrew literature are the books of the Bible, 24 or 36 in number, depending on how one counts.His book Contemporary Hebrew Mystical Poetry: How it Redeems Jewish Thinking () has been awarded the Adele Mellen Prize for its distinguished contribution to scholarship.

His most recent books are A New Physiognomy of Jewish Thinking: Critical Theory After Adorno as Applied to Jewish Thought () and Mystical Vertigo: Contemporary.Other rich sources of Hebrew literature in translation include the many anthologies of prose, such as the classic Modern Hebrew Literature and the more recent Oxford Book of Hebrew Short Stories, as well as collections of poetry, like The Penguin Book of Hebrew Verse, The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself and The Defiant Muse: Hebrew Feminist Poems Author: Naomi Brenner.