Auteur : Wissem Gueddich

Libertà va cercando, ch’è sì cara: Kabbalah, Italian Vernacular and Judaism.

An Exhibition of manuscript fragments at the Modena State Archives. The seventh centenary of the death of Dante Alighieri (1285-1321) was celebrated with a wide range of events across Italy. The municipality of Modena in Emilia Romagna sponsored severa…

On the Alessandria folios

The European Genizah usually provides us with fragmentary texts – a few pages, or just a single folio that was torn out from a complete codex. These folios were cut up and damaged by bookbinders, who sometimes completely erased one side of the parchmen…

Hebrew fragment from Australia

Hebrew books within books often are found in the most surprising places and often reveal much more than their small size may indicate.  At times, full pages are revealed, within the bindings of early printed books; at other times only a tiny …

Fragmented Readings

“Manifesto mutilatum” (Bergk); “of course not a fragment”. (Wilamowitz); Page (1981), 295.Anne Carson It is well known that, in 1950, Theodor Wiesengrund Adorno attributed to Walter Benjamin the project of writing a book made of quotations only, as if,…

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