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Sotah

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Published by Toby Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Modern fiction,
  • Large print books,
  • Fiction - General,
  • Fiction,
  • General,
  • Literary,
  • Large type books

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages492
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8766128M
    ISBN 101902881737
    ISBN 109781902881737
    OCLC/WorldCa51750609


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Sotah by Naomi Ragen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Set against the exotic backdrop of Jerusalem's glistening white stones and ancient rituals, Sotah is a contemporary story of the struggle to reconcile tradition with freedom, and faith with love. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we /5(). Sotah book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Set against the backdrop of Jerusalem's ancient rituals, Sotah is a contempo /5.

It seems that Old Serpent takes many forms to woo, tempt and delve into human lives. Sotah is Hebrew for adulteress. The author is able to put into words the emotion that is involved in the temptation of being with a man who is not the husband.

This book was hard to put down/5(). Sotah (beginning in Talmudic literature) is the term for a woman suspected of adultery, who must undergo an ordeal that will establish her guilt or innocence. Numbers –31 describes in detail the ritual, which a priest performs in the Tabernacle to determine whether a woman whose husband suspects her of adultery is indeed guilty.

“The pleasures of Ragen’s book arise from thought-provoking comparisons of Israeli Orthodox and American Jewish life.” Publishers Weekly “Richness of faith and family lovingly evoked, with the other side–religious and cultural intolerance–equally given its due.” Sotah book “Sotah is a.

Sotah Naomi Ragen, Author Crown Publishers $22 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS Buy this book. Ragen's second novel (after Jephte's Daughter). Buy a cheap copy of Sotah book by Naomi Ragen. Looks nearly new, First Edition measuring 6 1/4 by 9 1/4 by 1 1/4 thick hardcover with deckle edged pages.

Larger than average print. Book is tan with red Free shipping over $/5(5). 1) The Sotah was a woman accused of adultery who had to go through a purifying ritual to prove her innocence, or ascertain her guilt.

Read Numbers 5, How do the events in Sotah parallel the biblical ritual. What is Dina Reich guilty of. Does she reach purification, or teshuva. 2) Female family relationships are very important in Sotah/5(18). Naomi Ragen is an American-born novelist, playwright and journalist who has lived in Jerusalem since She has published eleven internationally best-selling novels, and is the author of a hit play (Women's Minyan) that has been performed more than times in Israel's National Theatre as well as in the United States and has written for the Jerusalem Post and other.

Sotah - Chapter One Sotah - Chapter Two Sotah - Chapter Three Sotah - Chapter Four Browse Book. Mishneh Torah» Translated by Eliyahu Touger. Buy Book. Featuring a modern English translation and a commentary that presents a digest of the centuries of Torah scholarship which have been devoted to the study of the Mishneh Torah by Maimonides.

The sotah ritual (Numbers ), in which a man suspects his wife of adultery and subjects her to an ordeal, has been notoriously difficult for contemporary readers, especially from a feminist perspective.

The unequal application of the ritual to women and not men, the lack of due process, the physical and emotional humiliation — all of these combine to make this passage a challenging. The Sotah in the Bible. The sotah is discussed at length in the Sotah book of Numbers.

If a man’s wife went astray [from the path of modesty], and [her husband suspected her of] being unfaithful to him She was secluded [with the suspected adulterer] and there was no witness [that observed intimate behavior]Author: Yehuda Altein. Love-conquers-all genre takes on deep philosophical questions as Ragen (Jephte's Daughter, ) continues her exploration of orthodox Jewish life in this story of a woman accused of adultery- -the sotah.

The setting is the ultraorthodox milieu of Jerusalem, where the men study the Torah in yeshivas while their wives bear numerous children, clean and cook, and find outside work to supplement Author: Naomi Ragen. Sotah. [Naomi Ragen] -- While living in Jerusalem, a young and striking woman is accused of adultery and banished from the country, and must find a way to reclaim her.

Sotah by Ragen, Naomi and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at “The pleasures of Ragen's book arise from thought-provoking comparisons of Israeli Orthodox and American Jewish life.” ―Publishers Weekly “Richness of faith and family lovingly evoked, with the other side--religious and cultural intolerance--equally given its /5(90).

Find books like Sotah from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Sotah also liked: All Who Go Do Not Return, The Beauty Q. Get this from a library. Sotah. [Naomi Ragen] -- "Sotah is the story of beautiful, fragile Dina Reich, a young woman in Jerusalem's ultrareligious haredi enclave who is accused of the community's most unforgivable sin: adultery.

The hallmark of the. Sotah even broaches into the non-orthodox world late in the book, and much like a "recovering catholic" has another non-religious jewish family come to terms and reconcile with their jewish past.

The issues in this book (and Sacrifice of Tamar) would be faced by many in strict religious groups, and there is a great beauty in all of the /5(90). Both Shapiro’s book and Sotah describe the fears and anger of an ultra- Orthodox woman who has recently given birth and hopes the illness and nausea she feels is Author: BEN HARTMAN.

Sotah Book Summary and Study Guide. Naomi Ragen Booklist Naomi Ragen Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Sotah; Dinah is growing up as part of an ultra-religious Jewish community. She is married to Judah in an arranged marriage and feels some disdain for him because he is only a carpenter.

When her mother passes away, her longings. Sotah Naomi Ragen, St. Martin's Press pp. ISBN Summary Beautiful, fragile Dina Reich, a young woman in Jerusalem’s ultra-Orthodox haredi enclave, stands accused of the community’s most unforgivable sin: adultery.

The Sotah Ritual: Permitting a Jealous Husband to Remain with His Wife The root ק.נ.א “jealous zeal” in the chapter on the sotah (Numbers 5) highlights a key goal of the ritual and its accompanying offering, namely, to remove the husband’s jealous zeal and allow him to remain with his wife without guilt.

"The pleasures of Ragen's book arise from thought-provoking comparisons of Israeli Orthodox and American Jewish life." --Publishers Weekly "Richness of faith and family lovingly evoked, with the other side--religious and cultural intolerance--equally given its due." --Kirkus "Sotah is a passionately honest novel.

Gripping from start to finish."4/5(2). Exiled to New York City, Dina meets Joan, a modern secular woman who challenges all she knows of the world and herself. Set against the exotic backdrop of Jerusalem's glistening white stones and ancient rituals, Sotah is a contemporary story of the struggle to reconcile tradition with 5/5(1).

"The pleasures of Ragen's book arise from thought-provoking comparisons of Israeli Orthodox and American Jewish life." --Publishers Weekly "Richness of faith and family lovingly evoked, with the other side--religious and cultural intolerance--equally given its due." --Kirkus "Sotah is a passionately honest novel.

Gripping from start to finish."/5(85). "Sotah is the story of beautiful, fragile Dina Reich, a young woman in Jerusalem's ultrareligious haredi enclave who is accused of the community's most unforgivable sin: adultery.

The hallmark of the haredim is their adherence to the letter of Jewish law, and they are thus cocooned in tradition and observance.4/5(2). You can see general items (newest, most popular and related shiurim for your topic),collections to view the various topics found within your topic, featured (the shiurim hand-selected by our editors that we think you will enjoy),and all the available series and categories within this topic's shiurim.

Sotah: A Jealous Spouse Numbers The Book of Hosea is another example of Israel’s harlotry. But in each case, God’s mercy and recovery is also prophesied.

I have never heard that answer before of the idea of the triune specifically in the case of the Sotah, but I. Read "Sotah A Novel" by Naomi Ragen available from Rakuten Kobo. Beautiful, fragile Dina Reich, a young woman in Jerusalem's ultra-Orthodox haredi enclave, stands accused of the communi /5(8).

The book called Sotah is a part of the Jewish Talmud which was written in its complete form in the middle part of the fifth century. There are two parts to the Talmud. The first is an early section called the Mishnah which was compiled about A.D.

The name of the Tractate, Sotah, is derived from the verb satah in Numbers V, 12, If any man's wife go aside (sisteh). The Sotah is a woman who, suspected by her husband of infidelity, has to submit to the ordeal of drinking the bitter water to establish her innocence.

The main subject treated in the Tractate is accordingly the Scriptural. Following statements of David Tzvi Hoffman in his book Ha-Mishnah ha-Kedummah u-Plugta de-Tennai (Berlin: ), various researchers believed that Mishnah Sotah, like most of the mishnayot which describe the Temple, was an “Old Mishnah” (i.e., Mishnah which originated in the Temple era), thus describing a real practiced ritual.

This theory. "Writing the Wayward Wife" is a study of rabbinic interpretations of sotah, the law concerning the woman suspected of adultery (Numbers 5: ). The focus of the book is on interpretations of sotah in tannaitic and amoraic texts: the Mishnah, Tosefta, Midrash Halakhah, Midrash Aggadah, and the Palestinian and Babylonian Talmuds.

The body of the work is in-depth analysis of the legal and 5/5(1). Sotah eBook. Home / All Product?> Add to Wishlist $ Sotah eBook $. Grand Prix du livre audio (catégorie littérature contemporaine) La vie réglée d'une des filles Reich, famille juive ultra-orthodoxe de Jérusalem, bascule lorsque la brigade des mœurs, qui sévit clandestinement dans son quartier, la soupçonne d'être une femme adultère (en hébreu sotah).

Sotah Naomi Ragen, Author. Martin's Griffin $ (p) ISBN The pleasures of Ragen's book arise not so much from her characters or plot but from thought-provoking.

Israel Book Shop at () for permission. ATT: RABBIS, TEACHERS, CAMP DIRECTORS ETC. A limited number of copies of Zeraim I and II have been sponsored for free distribution to qualified individuals.

Call () or email [email protected] today for your free copy. The Sotah Ritual in Ancient Israel Introduction The ritual of the sotah from the book of Numbers is a fascinating passage to read in the Hebrew Bible. For one thing, this ritual deals with the idea of a man being able to bring his wife to trial, even if he has no evidence against her.

SOTAH. SOTAH (Heb. סוֹטָה; "Errant Wife"), the fifth tractate in the current edition of the Mishnah order of Nashim, with Tosefta and Gemara in the Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmuds.

Dealing mainly with the laws concerning a woman suspected of adultery (Num. –31), the tractate also discusses incidentally extraneous matters like the rite of the eglah *arufah and the rules of.

Naomi Ragen (Hebrew: נעמי רגן ‎; born J ) is an American-Israeli modern-Orthodox Jewish author and playwright. Ragen lives in Jerusalem, and writes in English.A recurring theme in her fictional works is injustice against women in the Haredi Jewish community.

Ragen has been the subject of various lawsuits over claims of plagiarism. The book of John is written on the sod level [3]. The woman is Israel. She was indeed an unfaithful bride, as all the prophets have spoken. Her accusers surround, persecute and condemn her. Rebbe Nachman reveals the secret, “The suffering endured by the Jewish people parallels the suffering of the sotah (wanton woman).Set against the exotic backdrop of Jerusalem's glistening white stones and ancient rituals, Sotah is a contemporary story of the struggle to reconcile tradition with freedom, and faith with love.

Beautiful, fragile Dina Reich, a young woman in Jerusalem's ultra-Orthodox haredi enclave, stands accused of the community's most unforgivable sin 5/5(1).