Aqedath Jishaq a Sixteenth Century Yiddish Epic with Introduction and Notes Paperback

by Percy Matenko; Samuel Sloan;


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Aqedath Jishaq a Sixteenth Century Yiddish Epic with Introduction and Notes

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The Aqedath Jishaq is a poem in Yiddish composed in the period 1558 to 1578. It is based on the story in the Bible in Genesis Chapter 22 about how God ordered Abraham to take his son up to the top of Mount Moriah and sacrifice him. Just as Abraham was about to kill his son, God called the whole thing off. The cover shows an etching by Rembrandt from 1655 depicting an angel stopping Abraham when he is about to kill Isaac.

Aqedath Jishaq a Sixteenth Century Yiddish Epic with Introduction and Notes by Percy Matenko; Samuel Sloan was published by Ishi Press in September 2014. The ISBN for Aqedath Jishaq a Sixteenth Century Yiddish Epic with Introduction and Notes is 9784871872270.

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Page last updated 3rd December 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherIshi Press (September 2014)
Weight109g
Number of Pages92
Thickness6 mm
Height203 mm
Width127 mm
ISBN9784871872270
ISBN-104871872270
Product Code4312877
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