Fragments and Demons: A Strong Reading

  title={Fragments and Demons: A Strong Reading},
  author={Galili Shahar},
  journal={Jewish Quarterly Review},
  pages={302 - 310}
Fragments and Demons: A Strong Reading MOSHE IDEL. Old Worlds, New Mirrow On Jewish Mysticism and TwentiethCentury Thought. Jewish Culture and Contexts. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009. Pp. 336.MY REMARKS on Idel's book are written as a gesture of admiration. I have learned much from his book, which is filled with wisdom. Idel's book not only tells a fascinating history of reception- the reception of Jewish mysticism and its sources in twentieth-century thought- but it also… 
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