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This front matter section of this book Studies in Medieval Jewish Poetry: A Message upon the Garden contains the table of contents and the introduction. Medieval Hebrew poetry has been and still is a lasting source of fascination for scholars, students, and common readers. Two broad and innovative studies, on landscapes in Andalusian poetry and on poems about catastrophes in Italy are also part of the book. The book is divided into the following sections:(i) Poetry as handicraft; (ii) Themes of Hebrew poetry in the Muslim world and Christian Iberia; (iii) Ashkenaz, Italy: literary genres reconsidered (iv) From East to West: monographical studies (v) Judah Halevi: in the laboratory of the poet/ thinker.

Keywords: Andalusian poetry; Christian Iberia; medieval Jewish poetry; medival Hebrew poetry



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