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The maiden of Ludmir

Nathaniel Deutsch

The maiden of Ludmir

a Jewish holy woman and her world

by Nathaniel Deutsch

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Zaddikot,
  • Rabbinerin,
  • Women rabbis,
  • Literatur,
  • Chassidisme,
  • Rezeption,
  • Chassidismus,
  • Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-298) and index.

    StatementNathaniel Deutsch ; foreword by Janusz Bardach
    SeriesThe S. Mark Taper Foundation imprint in Jewish studies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM755.W395 D48 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 310 p., [8] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24812584M
    ISBN 100520231910
    ISBN 109780520231917
    LC Control Number2002152220
    OCLC/WorldCa50913520

    the story of the Maiden of Ludmir would be adapted into two novels, four plays, and one play within a novel in L B. Singers Shosha. He also ponders the meaning of the complete absence of references to the Maiden in Hasidic hagiographical sources, suggesting that a combination of indifference, fear, and. "The first book-length account of one of the most fascinating figures in modern Jewish history. With invigorating prose, "The Maiden of Ludmir makes the world of 19th-century Europe come alive. Deutsch is a fascinating, sophisticated, and rare combination of social historian and cultural critic/5(2).

    Jewish Ludmir explains the organization of the Jewish community over time, its taxing and legal system, its religious groups and traditions, and its influence in larger regional Jewish institutions. It includes material on important residents such as Shelomoh of Karlin and Khane-Rokhl Werbermacher (known as the Maiden of Ludmir). Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for They Called Her Rebbe, the Maiden of Ludmir by Gershon Winkler (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at .

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Chana Rochel, the "Maiden of Ludmir," was an historical personage and yes, she was also a Hasidic Rebbe who counted learned rabbis among her many followers. Her remarkable story is well-known among Hasidim, and certainly deserves to be told to the general public.

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Hannah Rochel Verbermacher, a Hasidic holy woman known as the Maiden of Ludmir, was born in early-nineteenth-century Russia and became famous as the only woman in the three-hundred-year history of Hasidism to function as a rebbe—or charismatic leader—in her own right. "The first book-length account of one of the most fascinating figures in modern Jewish history.

With invigorating prose, The Maiden of Ludmir makes the world of 19th-century Europe come alive. Deutsch is a fascinating, sophisticated, and rare combination of social historian and cultural by: The Maiden of Ludmir offers powerful insights into the Jewish mystical tradition, into the Maiden’s place within it, and into the remarkable Jewish community of Ludmir.

Her biography ultimately becomes a provocative meditation on the complex relationships between history and Cited by:   Hannah Rochel Verbermacher, a Hasidic holy woman known as the Maiden of Ludmir, was born in early-nineteenth-century Russia and became famous as the only woman in the three-hundred-year history of Hasidism to function as a rebbe—or charismatic leader—in her own right.

Nathaniel Deutsch follows the traces left by the Maiden in both history and legend to fully explore her. Ukrainian Jewish Heritage: The Maiden of Ludmir Decem Ukrainian Jewish Heritage In 19 th century Ukraine, Jewish boys were being spirited from their families to serve the czar, Hasidism was sweeping Jewish practice from Kyiv and Chernobyl through central Europe, and a Jewish girl became a controversial but charismatic Jewish leader.

Book Description: Hannah Rochel Verbermacher, a Hasidic holy woman known as the Maiden of Ludmir, was born in early-nineteenth-century Russia and became famous as the only woman in the three-hundred-year history of Hasidism to function as a rebbe-or charismatic leader-in her own right.

The Maiden of Ludmir offers powerful insights into the Jewish mystical tradition, into the Maiden’s place within it, and into the remarkable Jewish community of Ludmir. Her biography ultimately becomes a provocative meditation on the complex relationships Author: Nathaniel Deutsch.

Hannah Rochel Verbermacher, a Hasidic holy woman known as the Maiden of Ludmir, was born in early-nineteenth-century Russia and became famous as the only woman in the three-hundred-year history of Hasidism to function as a rebbe—or charismatic leader—in her own right.

This book follows the traces left by the Maiden in both history and legend to fully explore her story for the first : Nathaniel Deutsch. The Maiden of Ludmir offers powerful insights into the Jewish mystical tradition, into the Maiden’s place within it, and into the remarkable Jewish community of Ludmir.

Her biography ultimately becomes a provocative meditation on the complex relationships. The Maiden of Ludmir: A Jewish Holy Woman and Her World Nathaniel Deutsch, Janusz Bardach Hannah Rochel Verbermacher, a Hasidic holy woman known as the Maiden of Ludmir, was born in early-nineteenth-century Russia and became famous as the only woman in the three-hundred-year history of Hasidism to function as a rebbe--or charismatic leader--in.

"The Maiden of Ludmir" offers powerful insights into the Jewish mystical tradition, into the Maiden's place within it, and into the remarkable Jewish community of Ludmir. Her biography ultimately becomes a provocative meditation on the complex relationships /5(18).

In her day, “maiden” was a pejorative epithet [meaning “spinster”] foisted on Hannah Rochel by her detractors. To a degree, the stigma remains.

In The City of Jerusalem decided to name a street after The Maiden of Ludmir, Hannah Rachel Verbermacher.

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