DIVISION C: JEWISH THOUGHT AND LITERATURE / חטיבה ג: היצירה היהודית הרוחנית‎ || European Autumn and Israeli Reality in Hebrew Poetry / סתו אירופי ומציאות ישראלית בשירה העברית

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<ul><li><p>World Union of Jewish Studies / </p><p>European Autumn and Israeli Reality in Hebrew Poetry /Author(s): - and Ziva Ben-PoratSource: Proceedings of the World Congress of Jewish Studies / : / DIVISION C: JEWISH THOUGHT AND LITERATURE ,, pp. 391-398 " / 1985Published by: World Union of Jewish Studies / Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23529197 .Accessed: 16/06/2014 21:47</p><p>Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of the Terms &amp; Conditions of Use, available at .http://www.jstor.org/page/info/about/policies/terms.jsp</p><p> .JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range ofcontent in a trusted digital archive. We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new formsof scholarship. 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( )</p><p> - . - - </p><p> ; - , - </p><p> . , "" ( )</p><p> .</p><p> , .</p><p> : , ,</p><p>397 </p><p>This content downloaded from 185.2.32.28 on Mon, 16 Jun 2014 21:47:57 PMAll use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions</p><p>http://www.jstor.org/page/info/about/policies/terms.jsp</p></li><li><p> " " - .(1985 ,-]</p><p> : " .1985 , ,- .1</p><p> -? ," </p><p> - .() </p><p> .- , " </p><p> . :- . , , , .2</p><p> .7 - " " ,"" .1977 , , .3</p><p> ." :- , .1982 , , .4</p><p> . :- , .1966 , , .5</p><p> . :- . .1962 , , .6</p><p> : ," " .1971 , , .7</p><p> , </p><p> . :- .</p><p>398 </p><p>This content downloaded from 185.2.32.28 on Mon, 16 Jun 2014 21:47:57 PMAll use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions</p><p>http://www.jstor.org/page/info/about/policies/terms.jsp</p><p>Article Contentsp. 391p. 392p. 393p. 394p. 395p. 396p. 397p. 398</p><p>Issue Table of ContentsProceedings of the World Congress of Jewish Studies / , , DIVISION C: JEWISH THOUGHT AND LITERATURE / : (" / 1985), pp. 1-460, 1-192 On the Authenticity of the Explicit Debates of Bet Shammai and Bet Hillel / [pp. 1-6]Ancient Redactions in the Babylonian Talmud / [pp. 7-14]The Tendency Towards Units of Style and its Influence on the Textual Readings of the Babylonian Talmud / [pp. 15-21]Halacha le-Moshe mi-Sinai History or Theology? / ? [pp. 23-30]Concerning the Prohibition against Gentile Bread / [pp. 31-35]Opening Formulas of the Darshanic Stories in Genesis Rabba / [pp. 37-42]An Exegetical Midrash on Numbers in Midrash Tanuma / [pp. 43-47]Textual Witness of the Tanuma-Yelamdenu Midrashim / - [pp. 49-56]On the Character of the Late Midrashic Literature / [pp. 57-62]Festive Titles in Liturgical Terminology / [pp. 63-70]Excerpts of Geonic Responsa in Rabbinic Treaties and Manuscripts / [pp. 71-78]The Extent of Liability of Negligence / [pp. 79-86]The Delimitation of Hekhalot Literature / [pp. 87-92]Periodization of the History of Jewish Mysticism / - [pp. 93-100]The Polemic on the "Zohar" in Italy / - [pp. 101-106]Kabbalah and Hassidism Continuation or Change? / [pp. 107-114]The Inaccurate Metre in the Hebrew Liturgical Poetry in Spain / [pp. 115-118]Poetical Manifestations of Spirit and Body in Abraham Ibn-Ezra's "Tochechot" / [pp. 119-121]The Poetry of Todros Abulafia Decline or Renewal? / ? [pp. 123-129]Solomon Ibn-Gabirol's Influence on Bialik / " " [pp. 131-137]Johannes Clai's Hebrew Prosody / [pp. 139-144]Abraham Khalfon of Tripoli An Historian and Poet / ' " [pp. 145-152]The Hallelot in Yemenite Hebrew Poetry / [pp. 153-160]Hebrew Versions of Classical Humor / [pp. 161-165]The Sacrifice of Isaac in Modern Jewish and General Philosophy / [pp. 167-174]The Concept of Mitzva in Joseph Carlebach's Thought / " [pp. 175-180]R. Joseph Carlebach and His Thought / [pp. 181-186]The Relationship between Franz Rosenzweig and Gershom Scholem / [pp. 187-192]Religious Disputation in Hebrew Haskalah Literature (Isaac Satanow's "Divrei Rivot") / ' " " [pp. 193-198]Shlomo Levisohn's System of Exegesis in "Melitzat Yeshurun" / " ": " " [pp. 199-206]Egypt in Hebrew Haskalah Literature The Plague of the Frog / "" [pp. 207-212]Natural Descriptions in "Sefer Toldot Hateva" (S.I. Abramovitsh) and in Mendele Mokher Seforims' writing / " " " [pp. 213-218]The Hebrew "Briefsteller" / [pp. 219-224]Translations from French in "Kokhavey Yitzhaq" / " " [pp. 225-231]The Impact of Nachman Krochmal on the Development of the Zionist Movement / [pp. 233-237]The Educational Conception of "ha-Me'assef" / "" [pp. 239-243]"Hochmath Israel" in Hebrew Periodicals (1881-1896) / 1881-1896 [pp. 245-249]"The Jew" edited by Suwalski (1897-1913) / : "" (18971913) [pp. 251-256]In Praise of the Genre Brenner Developer of the Eretz-Israel Genre / ': ' - [pp. 257-264]The Trilogy "Ad Yerushalim" by A. Reuveni as a Turning Point in the Hebrew Narrative at the Beginning of the Century / . - [pp. 265-272]Berdyczewski as a Critic of Contemporary Hebrew Literature / ' - [pp. 273-278]Nationalism and Universality The Hebrew Story in the '30s / - [pp. 279-286]Yitzhak Lamdan as Editor of "Gilyonot" / "" [pp. 287-293]The Doctor's Dilemma A Reinterpretation of Agnon's "The Doctor's Divorcee" / : " " [pp. 295-300]The Quixotism in Agnon's World View "Hakhnassat Kala" / " " [pp. 301-304]"Ad Hena" A War Story or an Agnonian Love Story? / " " ? [pp. 305-312]The System of Images in the Work of Haim Hazaz / , [pp. 313-320]Bilingual Children's Authors / - [pp. 321-328]The Dynamics of Narrative Genres in a Declining Literary Centre (Poland between the World Wars) / ' ( ) [pp. 329-336]The Jewish Shtetl in Galicia in the Trilogy of Julian Stzyjkowski / [pp. 337-343]The Attitude to Zionism in the Works of Marcel Proust / (1871 1922) [pp. 345-348]Hayyim Lensky A Master of the Hebrew Ballad in a Strange Land / [pp. 349-356]The Attack on the Young Modernistic Authors of the Tel-Aviv Circle in the Late Poems of Bialik / - " [pp. 357-364]Myths Their Structures and Meanings in Uri Zvi Greenberg's "Rehovot ha-Nahar" / " " [pp. 365-369]Self-Reference in Alterman's Poetry / [pp. 371-378]Nathan Alterman's Notebooks as a New Source for the Study of his Life and Work / [pp. 379-384]The Modern Hebrew Long Poem Basic Features / ' [pp. 385-390]European Autumn and Israeli Reality in Hebrew Poetry / [pp. 391-398]The Image of the Arab in Hebrew Literature / [pp. 399-406]The Early Anti-Sectarian Interpretation of "Vayokhal Vayesht" in the Ashkenazi Kheyder / - " " [pp. 407-414]Yiddish as a Mean of Teaching Rashi in the 12th and 13th Centuries / " 12 13 [pp. 415-422]An Unknown Song on the Frankfurt A.M. Events (1612-1616) / "" (1612 1616) [pp. 423-428]The Place of the Czarist Censorship in "Etlekhe Yor Tsurik" and in Mendele's "Der Priziv" / " " " " [pp. 429-436]Sholem Aleyhem's "Der Blutiker Shpas" in the "Daily Haynt" (1912) and in Print (1915-1923) / " " "" (1912) (1915-1923) [pp. 437-442]The Idioms from "Tevye der Milkhiger" by Sholem Aleyhem in Five Hebrew Translations / " " " [pp. 443-448]The Christian Motives in "Der Tilem Yid" by Sholem Ash / " -" ( ) [pp. 449-456]Social and Cultural Criticism in the Humoristic Writings of Der Tunkeler / - [pp. 457-460]"" " / THE "SEMIKHA" A COMPOSITIONAL FORM OF THE RABBINIC HOMILY [pp. 1-6] " " " / RABBINIC CONTINUITY AND REVISIONS IN THE NOTION OF SACRED SPACE APPLYING DEUTERONOMY 23:10-15 [pp. 7-14] / SCRIPTURE AND THE INTERPRETATION OF MISHNAH THE CASE OF TRACTATE KILAYIM [pp. 15-22] / THE ORIGINS OF THE SUGYA AS A LITERARY UNIT [pp. 23-30] / NEW BIBLIOGRAPHIC AND TEXTUAL TOOLS FOR TALMUDIC RESEARCH [pp. 31-37] " " / WHO SAID IT FIRST? THE ANTIQUITY OF "BE THOU MY WIFE" [pp. 39-45] ? / WHY THE '"ERUSIN" AND THE "NISSU'IN" WERE COMBINED? A STUDY IN HISTORICAL CAUSATION [pp. 47-53] " " / IS THERE AN ETHIC BEYOND HALAKHAH? [pp. 55-62] "" / LANGUAGE AND THEME IN THE PIYYUT AND ITS DERIVATIONS [pp. 63-68] / PATERNITE ET FILIATION DANS QUELQUES BIOGRAPHIES JUIVES DE JESUS AU MOYEN-AGE [pp. 69-76]" " - / "SUN STAND STILL" A PHILOSOPHICAL-ASTRONOMICAL MIDRASH [pp. 77-84] ' "" / NISSIM OF MARSEILLES' APPROACH TO THE "IQQARIM" [pp. 85-92]" - " " / THE VIEW OF MAIMONIDES AS A DETERMINIST IN "SEFER MINHAT QENAOT" BY ABNER OF BURGOS [pp. 93-100] ( 15-16) / STORIES IN JEWISH SERMONS (THE 15TH-16TH CENTURIES) [pp. 101-108] - "" / THE LUBLIN MANUSCRIPT OF THE FRANKIST "KSIEGA SW PASKICH" SOME THEMES [pp. 109-116] / THE THREE-FOLD TALES OF JACOB FRANK [pp. 117-124] "" / SEPARATION AND RECONCILIATION AMERICAN ORTHODOXY AND THE CONCEPT OF ZION [pp. 125-132] / BEMERKUNGEN ZUR SPRACHE EINES LATEINSCHRIFTLICHEN JIDDISCH-GLOSSARS [pp. 133-140] / THE IDEOLOGY OF MENDELE MOKHER SEFARIM [pp. 141-148] / BREAKDOWN IN MENDELE AND AGNON [pp. 149-155] (18951930) / JEWS IN THE DUTCH COUNTRYSIDE IN DUTCH LITERATURE (1895-1930) [pp. 157-164] / TWO V...</p></li></ul>