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Vernacular Voices: Language and Identity in Medieval French Jewish Communities (Jewish Culture and Contexts) by Kirsten A. Fudeman - First Edition - 2010-07-06 - from Three Geese In Flight Celtic Books and Biblio.com

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Vernacular Voices: Language and Identity in Medieval French Jewish Communities (Jewish Culture and Contexts)

by Kirsten A. Fudeman

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Near Fine First Edition Hardcover Fine Dust Jacket Excellent as new condition except for about dozen little check marks in pencil Else Fine as is the jacket 240 pp. B/W Illus. NOT a institution copy. Facsimile Hebrew plates Medieval French Hebrew Magic, Wedding songs Hebrew spell to see your wife in a dream! Fascinating study of the relative closeness of Hebrew and French culture and writing. Chretien de Troye and Arthurian poetry mentioned as well. Avoid excessive pricing for this title.Three Geese in Flight Medieval books of wonder since 1977

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