4 edition of The Book of Women"s Love and Medieval Medical Hebrew Literature on Women (Kegan Paul Library of Jewish Studies) found in the catalog.
June 2004 by Kegan Paul .
Written in English
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The Book of Women's Love and The Book of Womens Love and Medieval Medical Hebrew Literature on Women book of the Regimen of Women: Sefer Ahavat Nashim is a late medieval Hebrew book manuscript concerned with women's health care.
The only extant copy, dating from the late fifteenth century, and written in a Sephardic running script, is kept at the Institute of Microfilmed Manuscripts of the National and University Author: Leigh Whaley.
Get this from a library. The book of women's love: and Jewish medieval medical literature on women: Sefer ahavat nashim. [Carmen Caballero-Navas;] -- First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
She did not live to write the book but some of the material she collected found its way into her popular lectures on medieval women. These lectures are now brought together, edited by M.M.
Postan, and reveal the world in which women lived, were educated, Throughout her career as a medieval historian, Eileen Power was engaged on a book about 4/5. Book of women's love and Jewish medieval medical literature on women. London ; New York: Kegan Paul ; New York: Distributed by Columbia University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Carmen Caballero-Navas.
This book is THE starting place for those seeking to understand the variety of women's religious writings and experiences in the medieval west. The chosen texts are very good themselves, and Petroff's commentary is very helpful to modern readers seeking to understand a /5(4).
"Royal and saintly women are well-represented here, with the welcome addition of women from the Mediterranean arc Garland has done a solid job of presenting this book." -- Arthuriana "The Anthology gives a fine sense of the great range of women's writing in the Middle Ages." -- /5(2). Stereotypes of women, “good” and “bad,” inhabit the width and length of the medieval Hebrew canon (Dishon3–15; Dishon35–50; Navas9–16; Huss ).
The love poetry cultivated during the Golden Age in Muslim Spain (–) seems to. Eve in modern Hebrew literature, as in Western literature, has influenced especially poets, notably women poets. Thus, Anda Amir (“Havvah”), for example, expresses much sympathy for the prototypical woman who does not regret her mortal sin, but rather blesses the fact that she becomes part of nature, identifying herself with other she-animals.
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The digit and digit formats both work. (shelved 5 times as womens-literature) avg rating — 1, ratings — published This article explores the meanings and evolution of the term "secret" in relation to women in Hebrew The Book of Womens Love and Medieval Medical Hebrew Literature on Women book, and analyzes how the concept "secrets of women" was understood in medieval Hebrew medical texts devoted to women's health care.
The association of "secret" with "women's genitalia" has an ancient and long history within Jewish. Women were not the only writers of devotional and didactic literature, but they did write some of the best. I speculate on a number of reasons for this fact later, but perhaps the most important thing to remember in accounting for women's success in this area is that they were writing the literature they knew was needed by them and by large numbers of the faithful.
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A more detailed study of the influence of Jerome's attitudes to women on medieval literature would have to take account of such works as Holy Maidenhood, Walter Map's De Nugis Curialium, the Romance of the Rose, and Lamentations of Matheolus, among others. Most important however would be the works of Chaucer.
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