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Great Works of Jewish Fantasy

Joachim Neugroschel

Great Works of Jewish Fantasy

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  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Overlook TP .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literature: Texts,
  • Literature: Classics,
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • Classics,
  • Fantasy - Anthologies,
  • Fiction / Literary

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages1
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8129496M
    ISBN 100879512423
    ISBN 109780879512422

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Originally published as The Great Works of Jewish Fantasy and Occult inthis edition contains stories by some of Judaism's greatest writers, including Y. Peretz (four tales), Mendele Mocher Seforim (two), and the famous somewhat mysterious, some argue "mad," Rabbi Nachman of Braslav (five), and others, for a total of thirty-one stories/5(3).

The great works of Jewish fantasy and occult. [Joachim Neugroschel;] Translated from various Yiddish works. Reprint. Originally published: Yenne velt. / Ansky --The wandering of a soul / Mendele Moykher-Sforim --The rabbi who was turned into a werewolf / from the Mayse-Book --At the border / Der Nister --The three wedding canopies.

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THE GREAT WORKS OF JEWISH FANTASY AND OCCULT Compiled, translated and introduced by Joachim Neugroschel Foreword Fantasy is a subjective notion. The various ways we define it and respond to it are determined by so many cultural attitudes - religion, science, mysticism, rationalism.

Our concepts run a gamut precarious and unstable categories. Yenne Velt: The Great Works of Jewish Fantasy and Occult, Volume 1 Yenne Velt: The Great Works of Jewish Fantasy and Occult, Yenne Velt: The Great Works of Jewish Fantasy and Occult: Translated by: Joachim Neugroschel: Compiled by: Joachim Neugroschel: Contributor: Joachim Neugroschel: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Cengage Heinle, ISBN.

Any softcover book which is at least " (or 19 cm) tall, or at least " ( cm) wide/deep. Type: ANTHOLOGY Cover: Great Works of Jewish Fantasy by Robert Mason (artist).

Genre/Form: Translations Translations into English: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yenne velt. Great works of Jewish fantasy.

London: Cassell, THE GREAT WORKS OF JEWISH FANTASY AND OCCULT Compiled, translated and introduced by Joachim Neugroschel The Mayse-Book version, however, made Jewish by turning the courtly gentleman into a rabbi, is so much more misogynous as to make us wonder whether it might not almost function as a vicious attack on the position of women in a patriarchal.

Finally back in print, a classic collection of the best works of Jewish occult and fantasy. In these 31 stories, award-winning translator Joachim Neugroschel brings together a dazzling variety of writers and the most outstanding works of Jewish imagination and folklore ranging from the bizarre and visionary to glittering allegory and homespun realism/5.

Who writers make great fantasy. If you're not familiar with him, check out paul cornell's Shadow Police series.

edit: I have no idea of Cornell's background, and I don't recall any character having an explicit religious belief outside of a priest, a rabbi and an imam in Great Works of Jewish Fantasy book first book.

In this, he and the many Christian fantasy writers have an advantage over not only the few, largely assimilated Jewish fantasy writers, but Great Works of Jewish Fantasy book over a deeply knowledgeable and religiously committed Jewish writer who might seek to create a work of fantasy dramatizing Judaism in the way that the various Narnia books dramatize Christianity.

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The book is beautifully written, with many lines you’ll want to stop and read out loud. The only downside to this book is that there’s no sequel. And you’re kids are going to want one.

Who it’s for: Parents who want to a great story to read aloud as a family at bedtime, because you will enjoy this one as much as your kids do. Yenne Velt: The Great Works of Jewish Fantasy and Occult (2 Volume Set) Hardcover.

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Between Fantasy and Reality: The Writings of Der Nister, with Professor Mikhail Krutikov By Der Nister: • “At the Border” (pages ), “The Fool and the Forest Demon” (pages ), “In the Wine Cellar” (pages ) in Yenne Velt: Great Works of Jewish Fantasy, edited by Joachim : Picador Books, science fiction and fantasy, jewish Fantasy is a genre of literature in which realistic narratives are disrupted by unnatural or unexplainable events.

The term "Science Fiction" (sf) emerged during the s as a catchall descriptor for a publishing category with roots traceable to 18 th -century Gothic romance, 19 th -century scientific. Yenne Velt: the Great Works of Jewish Fantasy and Occult-Two Volume Set in Slipcase.

by Neugroschel, Joachim. ISBN Publisher: The Stonehill Publishing Co., New York, 1st edition. A Very Good Set - 2 volume set in lightly edge-worn color illus slipcase.

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