FORWARD, TO THE EAST: NAPTHALI HERZ IMBER'S PERCEPTION OF KABBALAH

@article{Huss2013FORWARDTT,
  title={FORWARD, TO THE EAST: NAPTHALI HERZ IMBER'S PERCEPTION OF KABBALAH},
  author={Boaz Huss},
  journal={Journal of Modern Jewish Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={12},
  pages={398 - 418}
}
  • Boaz Huss
  • Published 2013
  • Philosophy
  • Journal of Modern Jewish Studies
Naphtali Herz Imber is famous as the author of the Jewish national anthem, “Hatikvah” (“The Hope”). He is also quite well known for his non-conformism, vagabond lifestyle, and excessive drinking. However, his interest in the occult and Kabbalah are much less known. Imber wrote several articles on Jewish mysticism, translated some kabbalistic texts, and published the first journal on Kabbalah—Uriel: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Cabbalistic Science (of which only one issue appeared). Although… Expand
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