Tag Archives: Rashi

Anti-Black & White in Jewish Texts (Abraham Melamed)

Abraham Melamed’s The Image of the Black in Judaism was first published in Hebrew in 2002 and then translated into English in 2003. While the title does little to recommend itself and the theoretical apparatus is dated, the data are … Continue reading

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(Rashi Song of Songs) Israel is the Mother of God and Sister of Angels

Unlike the terse commentaries to Torah and Talmud, the commentary by Rashi to the Song of Songs is effusive and full-throated. Not a miscellany, it sustains its own independent theme running alongside the biblical love poem. A precis of  Rashi’s … Continue reading

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(Rashi) Translation At Sefaria (FYI)

In case anyone did not know and wanted to know, the Rashi commentary to the entire Hebrew Bible (Pentateuch + Prophets + Writings) is up translated at Sefaria. You can find it here. I’ve poked around a little here and … Continue reading

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Rashi French Gothic (Avraham Grossman)

Working through a backlog of booknotes that I want to post here at JPP, I’m up to Avraham Grossman. With elections tomorrow in Israel, I figured now was as good a time to do this as any. My hunch is … Continue reading

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