3,000 Years of Hebrew Literature: From the Earliest Time Through the 20th Century
Swallow Press, 1972 - 586 pages
Among the many authors covered are Moses Maimonides, Baruch Spinoza, Moses Mendelssohn, Sholem Aleichem, Samuel Joseph Agnon, and Martin Buber.
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Early Biblical Poetry and Traditions
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