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The rabbi of Bacherach

Heinrich Heine

The rabbi of Bacherach

a fragment; with a selection from Heine"s letters

by Heinrich Heine

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Published in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementand an epilogue by Erich Loewenthal. [Prose tr. by E.B. Ashton, pseud.]
SeriesSchocken library, 4
ContributionsAshton, E. B., 1909-, Loewenthal, Erich, 1895?-1944.
The Physical Object
Pagination[4] l., 3-93 p. facsim.
Number of Pages93
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15222248M


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"The Rabbi of Bacherach includes a wonderful description of a Passover seder The story, essay, and poems collected in this volume reveal Heine's abiding fascination with and deep love for his ancestral religion, justifying his being considered the 'first modern Jewish writer of international stature' Perhaps the most historically important work in the book is the essay "Shylock," the first Format: Paperback.

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During the celebration, unfamiliar guests leave a Christian child’s corpse under the table so that the rabbi will be accused of ritual murder, but the rabbi escapes the lynch.

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