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The Kleins spent a sabbatical year in Cambridge in 1987-88 when Michael Klein was a Visiting Scholar at Clare Hall, and a Visiting Research Associate at the Genizah Research Unit in the University Library. He chose to devote that year to the description of the Targum texts in the Library's Genizah holdings. Michael saw the role of the scholar not merely in terms of the pursuit of more and more detail about less and less material for fewer and fewer beneficiaries but also as demanding a broader educational aspect. Michael provided most affable company at college, at home and at the synagogue.

Keywords: Genizah Research Unit; Genizah holdings; Michael Kleinl; Targum texts



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