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Auteur(s) : Fishbane, Eitan P. (1975-....)  Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur

Titre(s) : The art of mystical narrative [Texte imprimé] : a poetics of the Zohar / Eitan P. Fishbane

Publication : . - New York (N.Y.) : Oxford University Press, copyright 2018

Description matérielle : 1 vol. (xiii-520 pages) ; 25 cm

Note(s) : Bibliogr. p. 417-464. Index
"In the study of Judaism, the Zohar has captivated the minds of interpreters for over seven centuries, and continues to entrance readers in the modern day. Yet despite these centuries of study, very little attention has been devoted to the literary dimensions of the text, to formal appreciation of its status as one of the great works of religious literature. The Art of Mystical Narrative offers a critical approach to the Zohar story, seeking to explore the interplay between fictional discourse and mystical exegesis. Eitan Fishbane argues that the narrative must be understood first and foremost as a work of the fictional imagination, a representation of a world and reality invented by the thirteenth century authors of the text. He claims that the text functions as a kind of dramatic literature, one in which the power of revealing mystical secrets is demonstrated and performed for the reading audience. The Art of Mystical Narrative offers a fresh, interdisciplinary perspective on the intersections of literary and religious studies"

Sujet(s) : Zohar  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet
Kabbale  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet
Littérature religieuse juive  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet

Indice(s) Dewey : 296.162 (23e éd.)  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet

Numéros : ISBN 9780199948642 (erroné). - ISBN 019994864X (erroné). - ISBN 9780190885489 (erroné). - ISBN 0190885483 (erroné). - ISBN 9780190885472 (erroné). - ISBN 0190885475 (erroné). - ISBN 9780199948635 (rel.). - ISBN 0199948631

Notice n° :  FRBNF45576008 (notice reprise d'un réservoir extérieur)

Table des matières : Cover; The Art of Mystical Narrative: A Poetics of the zohar; Copyright; Dedication; Acknowledgments; Contents; Introduction; 1. The Zohar as Classic; 2. Literary Approaches to the Zohar; 3. Mysticism and Literature in Comparative Perspective; 4. Fiction as History: The Collapse of Time in Zoharic Narration; 5. The Diasporic Gaze: Imagining the Holy Land from Afar; 6. Comparative and Historical Context; 7. The Literary Approach in Light of Evolving Theories of Authorship and Redaction; 8. Structure of the Book; Chapter 1: Voice, Gesture, and Drama; 1. Performance and Theatricality
2. The Dramatization of Reverence and the Rhetoric of Lament3. Gratitude, Celebration, and Dramatic Response; 4. The Anxiety of Disclosure: Monologue and Gesture; 5. Performative Gesture and Dramatic Monologue: The Phenomenon of Weeping in Zoharic Narrative; 6. Prostration; 7. Raising and Laying on of Hands; 8. Sitting and Standing; Chapter 2: Encounters along the Way; 1. The Poetics of Recognition; 2. Encounters with the Natural World; 2.1. Shooting Stars and the Light of Dawn; 2.2. The Sheltering Tree; 2.3. The Scent of the Rose
Chapter 3: The Play of Borders and Genre: Between Exegesis and Fiction1. The Episodic Narrative Form; 2. The Epic Tale and the Craft of Exegesis; 3. A Quest for Shekhinah; 4. Structural Flow; 5. In the Mountains of Ararat; 6. The Rhetoric of Light; Chapter 4: Magical Realism and the Fantastic; 1. Representation and the Boundaries of Realism; 2. Descent to the Cave of Fragrance and Visions; 3. Magical Roses, Otherworldly Portals, and the Eagle-Man Spirit-Guide; 4. Speaking with the Birds; 5. Communication with the Dead; 6. The Master of Magical Herbs; 7. Heavenly Fire and the Braying Donkey
Chapter 5: Narrative Ethics1. Prelude: Aesthetic and Philosophical Considerations; 2. Forgiveness; 3. Poverty, Charity, and Compassion; 4. Hospitality; 5. Anger and Its Control; Chapter 6: The Zoharic Frame-tale in Context: Correlations and Implications; 1. Locating the Zohar in Medieval Iberian Literature; 2. Avraham Ibn ʿEzra (1089-1164), Ḥai ben Meiqiẓ; 3. Yosef Ibn Zabarah (c. 1140-c. 1200), Sefer Shaʿ ashuʿ im; 4. Yehudah Al-Ḥ arizi (c. 1166-1235), The Taḥkemoni; 5. Eliyahu ha-Kohein, Megillat ha-ʿ Ofer (1277); 6. Yiẓḥaq Ibn Sahulah (b. 1244), Meshal ha-Qadmoni
6.1. Opening Remarks6.2. "They Contain a Wondrous Secret"; 6.3. Ha-Ḥ avurah: "The Sturdy Vine of Fellowship"; 7. Th e Christian Literary Context: Correlations and Comparisons; 7.1. Opening Remarks; 7.2. Juan Ruiz, Libro de Buen Amor; 7.3. Alfonso X, The Cantigas de Santa Maria; Conclusions; Bibliography of Works Cited; Subject Index; Sources Index

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