Rashi's commentary on the Book of Samuel: Critical edition and supercommentary
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Doctoral dissertation, PhD / Open Access
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.
Levy, B.Y. (1987, May). Rashi's commentary on the Book of Samuel: Critical edition and supercommentary. [Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Yeshiva University].
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