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Seyder Tkhines: The Forgotten Book of Common Prayer for Jewish Women
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Preview this item Preview this item. Included in this volume is a unique Yiddish manuscript dating from the 17th century - a collection of prayers written specifically for a rich, pregnant woman, which Kay discovered among the rare books of the Bodleian Library in Oxford, England. Now, for the first time, these prayers have been skillfully translated and brought to public view. In addition to her translations, Kay presents her own extensive commentary, providing a deeper understanding of the historic, religious, and cultural background of this period in Jewish history.
This unparalleled book will have special appeal to those interested in the social, literary, and religious history of women, as well as the history of the Yiddish language and literature.
Seyder tkhines : the forgotten book of common prayer for Jewish women
The interest in these forgotten prayers and their significance to the lives of women has now been revived, and these tkhines are ready to be rediscovered by a modern readership. Devra Kay is the author of numerous articles on tkhines and Yiddish women's literature. She received her Doctorate of Philosophy from Oxford University, England, where she was the first full-time lector in Yiddish.
She currently works at the House of Commons. This book not only fills a white space in Jewish women's liturgical history, it is a gift to all Jewish women and men who want to come closer to the religious life of their forbears, and thus, to their own. Highly recommended. A work of impeccable scholarship, it is even accessible to those with little knowledge in this area.
This book is a major contribution to the literature. Devra Kay weaves a marvelous picture of the economic, religious, and social background of the [Seyder Tkhines]. Condition: Fine. Seller Inventory mon More information about this seller Contact this seller. Add to Basket. Condition: Very Good. Former Library book.
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