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This front matter section of the book Deviancy in Early Rabbinic Literature: A Collection of Socio-Anthropological Essays contains the table of contents, and preface and acknowledgements. The book represents a summation of the author's research in early rabbinic literature over the past twenty years. The types of deviant individuals dealt with in this book are found in early rabbinic literature, primarily in the Mishnah, Tosefta and Talmud. The body of Talmudic literature is enormous; it is comprised of sources generated over hundreds of years, dating from the third century BCE in Jewish society in Palestine until the time of late Babylonian Jewry.

Keywords: early rabbinic literature; Jewish society; Mishnah; Talmud



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