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This preliminary material presents the contents section of the book Translating Religion. The book provides a linguistic analysis of Judeo-Arabic sacred texts from Egypt. A list of figures and tables, preface, technical notes and an introduction for the book are presented here. The book is about Arabic-speaking Jews, what and how they write and speak, and how they composed and used their liturgical or sacred writings in the past. The book is divided into two parts. Part One investigates Judeo-Arabic, the language of Arabic-speaking Jews in general. Part Two develops a linguistic model of the Judeo-Arabic translations of sacred texts.

Keywords: Arabic-speaking Jews; Judeo-Arabic sacred texts; Judeo-Arabic translations; religion



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