Rashi's Commentary on Psalms

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Jewish Publication Society, 10 oct. 2007 - 914 pages
In 2004, Mayer Gruber?s landmark Rashi?s Commentary on Psalms made one of the 11th-century scholar?s most important works accessible to a larger audience for the first time. The JPS paperback edition of this exceptional volume includes the complete original Hebrew text and acclaimed linguist Mayer Gruber?s contemporary English translation and supercommentary. Fully annotated by Gruber, Rashi?s Commentary on Psalms places Rashi, the most influential Hebrew biblical commentator of all time, in the larger context of biblical exegesis. Gruber identifies Rashi?s sources, pinpoints the exegetical questions to which Rashi responds, defines the nuances of Rashi?s terminology, and guides the reader to use the English translation as a tool to access the original Hebrew text. Gruber?s extensive introduction takes a critical look at Rashi and his enduring legacy.
 

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Introduction
1
Rashi as Parshandatha
116
The Importance of Rashis Commentary on Psalms
127
The Method and Purpose of the Present Translations
136
Synonymous Parallelism in Rashis Exegesis
150
The Choice of a Hebrew Text
158
RASHIS INTRODUCTION TO THE PSALTER
165
RASHIS COMMENTARY ON PSALMS IN ENGLISH WITH NOTES
171
Bibliography
765
HEBREW SECTION
797
Abbreviations Employed in the Manuscript
807
Indices
863
Index of Ancient Biblical Manuscripts and Versions
893
Index of Other Ancient and Medieval Authorities
901

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