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Title: Rashi's commentary on the Book of Samuel: Critical edition and supercommentary
Authors: Maori, Yeshayahu
Leiman, Sid Z.
Levy-Feldblum, Ayala
Levy, Bryna Jocheved
Keywords: Book of Samuel
Rashi, 1040-1105.
Bible -- criticism, interpretation, etc.
Issue Date: May-1987
Publisher: Yeshiva University
Citation: Levy, B.Y. (1987, May). Rashi's commentary on the Book of Samuel: Critical edition and supercommentary. [Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Yeshiva University].
Series/Report no.: Bernard Revel Graduate School Doctoral Dissertations;May 1987
Abstract: ABSTRACT Rashi’s commentaries on the Prophets and Writings have not received the same scholarly attention as his Pentateuchal commentary. Numerous supercommentaries have been written on the latter while only a handful have been written on the former. While a truly critical edition of Rashi’s Pentateuchal commentary is still lacking, the edition of Berliner, based on the examination of over one hundred manuscripts, provides a good foundation for serious study. Of the balance of the biblical books only Isaiah, Twelve Prophets, Psalms. Ezekiel 40-48 and the Song of Songs have merited editions on the basis of even a few manuscripts. To date no work has been done on the former prophets. I, therefore, prepared a critical text based on a representative sampling of all manuscripts available and a verse by verse annotated commentary of Rashi’s commentary on the Book of Samuel.
Description: Doctoral dissertation, PhD / Open Access
Appears in Collections:Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies: Doctoral Dissertations

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