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Judaism in Islām, Biblical and Talmudic backgrounds of the Koran and its commentaries : suras II and III (Abraham Isaac KATSH)

KATSH (Abraham Isaac), Judaism in Islām, Biblical and Talmudic backgrounds of the Koran and its commentaries : suras II and III, New York, Published for New York University Press by Bloch Pub. Co., 1954, XXV+265 p. Bibliogr. (ISBN, 3ème ed. 978-0872030862)

L’auteur

D’origine polonaise et de nationalité américaine, Abraham Isaac KATSH fut un spécialiste de la culture et de l’histoire juive. Il fut le directeur de l’institut des études juives à l’Université de New York.

Presentation

"This book grew out of a doctoral dissertation submitted in 1943 to Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Leraning" (...) (A.I. Katsh)

A number of general works have been written on the jewish background of various topics in the Koran. But Professor Katsh’s study undertakes to present a clear picture of mohammed’s indebteness to Judaism, a picture whichcould not obtained from previous sporadic topical studies or general discussions. He presents verse by verse study of two of the most important chapters of the Koran, tracing its background in the Old Testament, rabbinic lore and Jewish legends. (extrait de la préface de Solomo L. Skoss)

Table des matières

Preface, Foreword by Solomon L. Skoss, Introduction, Analysis of verses in Sura II, Analysis of Verses in Sura III, List of abbreviations, Transliteration of Arabic Letters, Transliteration of Hebrew Letters, Bibliography, INDICES (Koranic, Biblical, Targumim, Rabbinic...)

Compte rendu/review

- Journal of Semitic Studies, 1960 5(2), p. 171-173

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