The Resource Folktales of Israel, edited by Dov Noy ; with the assistance of Dan Ben-Amos ; translated by Gene Baharav ; foreword by Richard M. Dorson

Folktales of Israel, edited by Dov Noy ; with the assistance of Dan Ben-Amos ; translated by Gene Baharav ; foreword by Richard M. Dorson

Label
Folktales of Israel
Title
Folktales of Israel
Statement of responsibility
edited by Dov Noy ; with the assistance of Dan Ben-Amos ; translated by Gene Baharav ; foreword by Richard M. Dorson
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • heb
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
GR98
LC item number
.N6 1963
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Noy, Dov
  • Ben-Amos, Dan
  • Baharav, Gene
Series statement
Folktales of the world
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Jews
  • Jewish folk literature
Label
Folktales of Israel, edited by Dov Noy ; with the assistance of Dan Ben-Amos ; translated by Gene Baharav ; foreword by Richard M. Dorson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [197]-200) and indexes
Contents
The righteous -- The wayfarer and his ass -- The two she-goats from Shebreshin -- King David's tomb in Jerusalem -- Joseph the Righteous of Peki'in -- The rich miser and the shoemaker -- He who has faith in God is rewarded -- The drought in Mosul -- The town that had faith in God -- The blessings of a hidden saint -- When the wheel of fortune turns -- The blood libel -- The reward of a midwife -- The covetous -- No escape from fate -- The spendthrift son -- The porter who lost his appetite -- A man with many court cases -- The landlord and his son -- The shopkeeper and the four blind beggars -- The rich beggar and his wonderful purse -- The beggar and his ass -- The coffeemill, the tray, and the stick -- A miser and a generous man -- The mountain of the sun -- The tall tale of the merchant's son -- Talking animals -- Abraham our father and the dogs -- The span of man's life -- The cat's allotment -- Till I prove who I am -- How a dove and a snake took pity on a man -- Kings and commoners -- Blessed be God day by day -- The peasant who learned to like coffee -- When I life the left moustache -- A brother's love -- He who gives thanks to the king and he who gives thanks to the almighty -- A letter to the almighty -- Clever Jews -- A judge of horses, diamonds, and men -- The right answer to the right question -- A dispute in sign language -- Charity will save from death -- Settling an account with a joker -- The cunning of the sons of Israel -- A tale of a Jew who bridled the wind -- The kingdom of the lazy people -- The great lie -- The bakalawa story -- Husbands and wives -- Years are as days -- The clever wife -- The deceived girl and the stone of suffering -- With God's will all is possible -- The box with bones -- The queen who was a witch -- The only daughter of Noah the Righteous -- Heroes and heroines -- Who cured the princess? -- The hunter and the king's fair daughter -- The pupil who excelled his master -- The three brothers -- Who is blessed with the realm, riches, and honor? -- The ten serpents -- Wise men -- The lion who walked in the garden -- A servant when he reigns -- What melody is sweetest? -- The tailor's and the Lord's work -- This too will pass -- The rambam and the bottle of poison -- Numskulls -- The Passover miracle -- The one-eyed Cadi -- The tailor with his luck locked up -- Two madmen -- The two husbands -- Where is the jar? -- What was the servant thinking of?
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxiv, 221 p.
Lccn
63016721
Note
From the Library of Rabbi Albert and Sarah Lewis Lovingly Dontated by Shalom, Orah, and Gilah.
System control number
  • 4334605-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)4334605
  • (Sirsi) o00323500
  • (OCoLC)323500
Label
Folktales of Israel, edited by Dov Noy ; with the assistance of Dan Ben-Amos ; translated by Gene Baharav ; foreword by Richard M. Dorson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [197]-200) and indexes
Contents
The righteous -- The wayfarer and his ass -- The two she-goats from Shebreshin -- King David's tomb in Jerusalem -- Joseph the Righteous of Peki'in -- The rich miser and the shoemaker -- He who has faith in God is rewarded -- The drought in Mosul -- The town that had faith in God -- The blessings of a hidden saint -- When the wheel of fortune turns -- The blood libel -- The reward of a midwife -- The covetous -- No escape from fate -- The spendthrift son -- The porter who lost his appetite -- A man with many court cases -- The landlord and his son -- The shopkeeper and the four blind beggars -- The rich beggar and his wonderful purse -- The beggar and his ass -- The coffeemill, the tray, and the stick -- A miser and a generous man -- The mountain of the sun -- The tall tale of the merchant's son -- Talking animals -- Abraham our father and the dogs -- The span of man's life -- The cat's allotment -- Till I prove who I am -- How a dove and a snake took pity on a man -- Kings and commoners -- Blessed be God day by day -- The peasant who learned to like coffee -- When I life the left moustache -- A brother's love -- He who gives thanks to the king and he who gives thanks to the almighty -- A letter to the almighty -- Clever Jews -- A judge of horses, diamonds, and men -- The right answer to the right question -- A dispute in sign language -- Charity will save from death -- Settling an account with a joker -- The cunning of the sons of Israel -- A tale of a Jew who bridled the wind -- The kingdom of the lazy people -- The great lie -- The bakalawa story -- Husbands and wives -- Years are as days -- The clever wife -- The deceived girl and the stone of suffering -- With God's will all is possible -- The box with bones -- The queen who was a witch -- The only daughter of Noah the Righteous -- Heroes and heroines -- Who cured the princess? -- The hunter and the king's fair daughter -- The pupil who excelled his master -- The three brothers -- Who is blessed with the realm, riches, and honor? -- The ten serpents -- Wise men -- The lion who walked in the garden -- A servant when he reigns -- What melody is sweetest? -- The tailor's and the Lord's work -- This too will pass -- The rambam and the bottle of poison -- Numskulls -- The Passover miracle -- The one-eyed Cadi -- The tailor with his luck locked up -- Two madmen -- The two husbands -- Where is the jar? -- What was the servant thinking of?
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxiv, 221 p.
Lccn
63016721
Note
From the Library of Rabbi Albert and Sarah Lewis Lovingly Dontated by Shalom, Orah, and Gilah.
System control number
  • 4334605-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)4334605
  • (Sirsi) o00323500
  • (OCoLC)323500

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