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Parallel Textual Tactics in the Jewish Anthologies of Edmond Fleg and Juda Leon Palache

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The following article compares two Jewish (Hebrew) anthologies which were published in Europe between the wars. Though essentially describing Hebrew literature, both works, Edmond Fleg’s L’Anthologie Juive: Des origines à nos jours (Paris 1924) and Juda Palache’s De Hebreeuwsche litteratuur van den na-Talmoedischen tijd tot op onze dagen in schetsen en vertalingen (Amsterdam 1935) were not published in Hebrew. The study of the parallels between the two anthologies describes some of the issues faced by the compilers and the manners by which they have addressed them.

Affiliations: 1: University of Amsterdam


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