6 edition of Isaac Lamdan: a study in twentieth century Hebrew poetry found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Leon I. Yudkin.|
|Series||Studies in modern Hebrew literature|
|Contributions||Lamdan, Isaac, 1899-1954.|
|LC Classifications||PJ5053.L28 Z94 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 255 p., 3 plates.|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||76030546|
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In 1 library. Hebrew poetry - 20th century. Lamdan, Isaac, למדן, יצחק, Lamdan, Yitzhak, Lamdan, Yitsḥaḳ יצחק למדן משורר ישראלי. So let’s dive right in and see them in action – I brought you a special delivery from medieval Spain, a possesive-pronoun heavy Hebrew poem. This is one of my favourite Hebrew poems in the world (not that I’m a big expert on Hebrew poetry).
Lamdan, Isaac. Collected Poems (Hebrew). Jerusalem: Mosad Bialik. Publishing Ltd The British empire and revolutionary national poetry Arberry, Arthur J. Ltd The Author: David Aberbach. In the 20th century one of its greatest exponents Rabbi Yehudah Lev Ashlag opened the wisdom to a wider audience in his great commentaries on the Zohar, the central book of the kabbalah and on the work of the great 15th century Kabbalist Rabbi Isaac Luria (the Ari).
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A Jewish scholar from 10th century Morocco and Spain, he applied some of his knowledge of Arabic linguistics (which was probably more advanced at the time), and figured out many more regularities among the Hebrew roots, which he published in his famous two short books: the book of the silent letters, and the book of the double letters.
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