Document Type

Review

Date of this Version

2012

Publication Source

Fabula

Volume

53

Issue

3-4

Start Page

324

Last Page

327

Abstract

Most Fabula readers do not have an easy access to Hebrew books, and therefore it would be highly advisable to have the present volume available in a more accessible language to folklore scholars around the world. The issues that Rella Kushelevsky addresses, the texts that she interprets, and the analytical method that she employs are all relevant to current folklore scholarship, and therefore they can generate constructive debates, new research directions, and formulate new questions regarding medieval folklore.

Copyright/Permission Statement

Originally published in Fabula © 2012 DeGruyter.

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Date Posted: 22 September 2017

This document has been peer reviewed.