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The Seventh Telling

Author: Mitchell Chefitz
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9781429971942
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The Seventh Telling is a journey into the Kabbalah, a spiritual discipline hidden within the folds of Jewish history. Stephanie and Sidney have been studying with Moshe Katan, a kabbalist who shared his learning only when he perceived that a kabbalistic intervention might be necessary to save the life of Rivkah, his wife. What has happened to Moshe and Rivkah we do not know, only that their house is now being used for an extraordinary storytelling, a spiritual discipline to share with those willing to risk examining the very core of their beliefs.

Books In Print

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Reading With An I To The Heavens

Author: Angela Kim Harkins
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110251817
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This book examines the collection of prayers known as the Qumran Hodayot (Thanksgiving Hymns). The thesis of this book is that the ritualized reading of reports describing visionary experiences written in the first person ā€œIā€ had the potential to create within the ancient reader the subjectivity of a visionary which can then predispose him to have a religious experience. The author offers new interdisciplinary insights into meditative ritual reading as a religious practice for transformation in antiquity.

Imagining Contagion In Early Modern Europe

Author: Claire L. Carlin
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230522610
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The ideological underpinnings of early modern theories of contagion are dissected in this volume by an integrated team of literary scholars, cultural historians, historians of medicine and art historians. Even today, the spread of disease inspires moralizing discourse and the ostracism of groups thought responsible for contagion; the fear of illness and the desire to make sense of it are demonstrated in the current preoccupation with HIV, SARS, 'mad cow' disease, West Nile virus and avian flu, to cite but a few contemporary examples. Imagining Contagion in Early Modern Europe explores the nature of understanding when humanity is faced with threats to its well-being, if not to its very survival.


Author: Carol Snow
Publisher: Univ of California Pr
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Powerful, sophisticated poetry about perception, memory, and the fragmentary nature of experience and knowledge. This is a poetry is characterized by great integrity and formal innovation. Individual poems were published in various little magazines (Antaeus, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, etc.); "Mask Series" was included in The Pushcart Prize XIX: Best of the Small Presses 1994-1995.