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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
________ , Organic Thinking (New York, 1938).
________ , The Rabbinic Mind (New York, 1952).
________ , The Theology of Seder Eliahu (New York, 1932).
R
oger
L
e
D
e a u t
,
“Apropos a Definition of Midrash,” Interpretation, XXV
(1971), pp. 259-82.
S
au l
Li
eb erm an
,
Hellenism in Jewish Palestine (New York, 1962, second
edition), especially the chapter: “Rabbinic Interpretation o f Scrip­
ture,” pp. 47-82.
R
a ph a e l
L
o ew e
,
“The ‘Plain’ Meaning o f Scripture in Early Jewish
Exegesis,” Papers of the Institute ofJewish Studies (London), I (1964),
pp. 140-185.
A.
MARMORSTEiN,“ T h e B a c k g r o u n d o f th e H a g g a d a h , ”
Z/f/C/l, VI (1929),
pp. 141-204.
E
ug en e
M
ih a l y
, “ A
Rabbinic Defence of the Election o f Israel,” HUCA,
XXXV (1964), pp. 103-143.
M
e r r il l
P.
M
i l l e r
,
“Midrash,” Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible: Supple­
mentary Volume (Nashville, 1976), pp. 593-597.
________ , “Targum, Midrash and the Use of the OT in the N T ," JS J , II
(1971), pp. 29-82.
G
eorge
F
o o t
M
o o r e
,
Judaism, 3 vols. (Cambridge, Mass., 1962).
J
acob
N
e u sn e r
,
“Form and Meaning in Mishna,”//L4/?, XLV (1977), pp.
27-45.
________ , “Types and Forms in Ancient Jewish Literature: Some Com­
parisons,” History of Religions, II (1972).
J
ako b
J . P
etu ch ow sk i
,
“Qol Adonai: A Study in Rabbinic Theology,”
ZRG, XXIV (1972) pp. 13-24.
________ , “The Theological Significance of Parables in Rabbinic Litera­
ture and the New Testament,” Christian News from Israel, XXIII
(1972), pp. 76-86.
G
ary
P
o r t o n
,
“Midrash: Palestinian Jews and the Hebrew Bible in the
Greco-Roman Period,”AufstiegundNiedergangderRomischen Welt, II,
19, 2 (Berlin and New York, 1979), pp. 103-138.
S
am u el
S
a f ra i
,
“Tales o f the Sages in the Palestinian Tradition and the
Babylonian Talmud,” SH , XXII (1971), pp. 209-232.
S
am u el
S
a n dm e l
,
“The Haggadah within Scripture,
” y £ L ,
LXXX (1961),
pp. 105-122.
R
ichard
S . S
a ra so n
,
“Toward a New Agendum for the Study of Rabbinic
Midrashic Literature,” in Studies in Aggadah, Targum and Jewish
Liturgy in Memory ofJoseph Heinemann, ed. Jakob J . Petuchowski and
Ezra Fleischer (Jerusalem, 1981), pp. 55-73.
A
v igdor
S
h in a n
,
“Moses and the Ethiopian Woman: Sources of a Story in
The Chronicles of Moses," SH , XXVIII (1978), pp. 66-78.
Lou H.
S
il b e rm a n
,
“A Theological Treatise on Forgiveness: Chapter
Twenty-Three of Pesikta Derab KahanaStudies . . . in Memory of
Joseph Heinemann, pp. 95-107.