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The Representation of the Body in Some Old Yiddish Ethical Texts

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Abstract In the last decades, the study of the body in different religions, including the Jewish tradition, gave rise to a great number of publications. Most of the articles are based on rabbinical sources in Hebrew or Aramaic. But we find fewer publications on the representation of the body in Jewish popular culture. The Old Yiddish literature provides many books which could help us to analyse the image of the body, as reflected in different types of texts, all of them show the growing importance of the body during the early modern period.

Affiliations: 1: CNRS-EHESS Paris

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2011-01-01
2016-12-10

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