The Song of the Distant Dove: Judah Halevi's Pilgrimage

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Index of Names
and Subjects
Abbasid Empire, 11, 112
Abraham (patriarch), 233
Abū けAlī Ezekiel, 117, 120–21
Abū l-けAlā, 135–37, 139
Abū l-Rabīけ Solomon ben Joseph Ibn Gabbai. See Ibn Gabbai, Solomon
Abū Manṣūr Samuel ben Ḥanania. See Samuel ben Ḥanania
Abū Naṣr b. Abraham, 100–101, 14145, 147–52
Abū Saけd ben Nethaniel Halevi. See Ḥalfon, (abū Saけd) b. Nethaniel Halevi
Abū Saけd Isaac ben Abraham Ibn Ezra al-Qurṭubī. See Ibn Ezra, Isaac
al-Andalus (Islamic Spain), 3, 11–12, 53–54, 222
Alexandria (Halevi’s sojourn in), 97118, 141–52
Alfonso VI of Castile, 12, 53
al-Ghazzālī, Abū Ḥamid, 27–28, 259n40, 259n41
critique of philosophy, 14, 33
influence on Halevi, 34, 77
al-Ḥarizi, Judah, 164
Almohads, 12, 53
Almoravids, 12, 53
Amram b. Isaac, 97–99, 119–20, 252
apostate, incident of the, 142–45
Arabic language. See Arabo-Islamic culture
Arabic poetry. See poets and poetry, Islamic
Arabo-Islamic culture, 13–15, 24, 5556
aristocracy, the. See Jewish elite
asceticism, 20–22, 26, 87. See also piety, personal
assimilation and apostasy, 56, 14245. See also conversion
atonement. See sin and expiation
Baḥya Ibn Paquda. See Ibn Paquda, Bahḥya
Benjamin of Tudela, 150, 164, 276n19
biblical themes and imagery, 45–46, 105, 165–69, 178–79 See also poetry, themes of
binding of Isaac, 233
Exodus and Sinai, 72, 119, 12325, 146, 235. See also Exodus motif
bitaḥon (trust). See trust in God

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Introduction 3
  • Part I- A Portrait of the Pilgrim 9
  • 1- Halevi’s Religious Development 11
  • 2- The National Problem 53
  • 3- The Visionary 70
  • Part II- The Pilgrimage 95
  • 4- Alexandria 97
  • 5- Cairo 119
  • 6- Alexandria Again 141
  • Part III- The Pilgrim Speaks 153
  • 7- An Epistle 155
  • 8- In Imagination 163
  • 9- Argumentation 182
  • 10- The Voyage 215
  • Epilogue 249
  • Notes 253
  • Poem Sources 285
  • Bibliography 291
  • Index of Poems 299
  • Index of Names and Subjects 303
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