Harry Potter and Torah by Dov Krulwich

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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages204
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8966671M
ISBN 101847532373
ISBN 109781847532374
OCLC/WorldCa156991978

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Based fully on traditional Jewish teachings, from Talmud and Midrash to Jewish Law and the Chassidic masters, HARRY POTTER AND TORAH will touch the souls of Harry Potter fans, fans of other magic and fantasy, and anyone curious what Judaism says about esoteric themes.

See www. harrypottertorah. com for more details and information about the : Bruce Krulwich. HARRY POTTER AND TORAH combs Jewish literature for explanations of these and other themes from the Harry Potter series. Based fully on traditional Jewish teachings, from Talmud and Midrash to Jewish Law and the Chassidic masters, HARRY POTTER AND TORAH will touch the souls of Harry Potter fans, fans of other magic and fantasy, and anyone.

HARRY POTTER AND TORAH combs Torah literature for explanations of these and other themes from the Harry Potter series. Based fully on traditional Jewish teachings, from Talmud and Midrash to Jewish law and the Chassidic masters, HARRY POTTER AND TORAH will touch the soul of Harry Potter.

Back in December, and just in time for Hanukkah, J.K. Rowling revealed via Twitter that there were Jewish wizards at Hogwarts. Replying to a fan. Children and Youth Books in Hebrew>> Harry Potter Books in Hebrew Reading famliar literature in Hebrew translation is a great way to learn Hebrew.

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Dov (Bruce) Krulwich Click on the title to go to the book's website, or its blog. The book links ideas in the Harry Potter books with ideas from Torah and Chazal. Based fully on traditional Jewish teachings, from Talmud and Midrash to Jewish Law and the Chassidic masters, HARRY POTTER AND TORAH will touch the souls of Harry Potter Harry Potter and Torah book, fans of other magic and fantasy, and anyone curious what Judaism says about esoteric themes.

See for more details and information about the book. It’s official. Astute readers of the Harry Potter series have long suspected Harry’s friend and ally Anthony Goldstein might be Jewish (living at Hogwarts with a kosher meal plan).

Now author JK Rowling has confirmed the matter, tweeting a Jewish fan who enquired if there were any Jews in the books: “Anthony Goldstein. Buy Harry Potter and Torah by Krulwich, Dov (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2).

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A. Whoa there. Calling Harry Potter anti-Semitic is downright sacrilegious. In fact, I can make an equally valid case for his being a closet Jew, (a Kabbalist, even), comparing Hogwarts favorably.

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Rowling, Jack Thorne, John Tiffany. Less than 48 hours after the Yiddish edition of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” translated by Arun Viswanath, became available for pre-order, the book sold out its first print run.

The book, which will be called Harry Potter un der Filosofisher Shteyn, took more than a year to translate and is now available for pre-order, though it is limited to 1, first edition copies.

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Echoing this practice, the “Harry Potter and the Sacred Text” reading group tackles all seven books over the course of nine months, then starts again from the beginning — “like a Torah we.

Opinion | 'Harry Potter' Is the Most Influential – and Dangerous – Literary Work of Our Time. The incredibly popular J.K. Rowling series, which first appeared in Hebrew two decades ago, is a paean to a generation that lacks imagination, sees the world in binary terms of good and bad, and is averse to change.

You’d be forgiven for assuming the team behind the podcast “Harry Potter and the Sacred Text,” in which two hosts dissect J.K. Rowling’s classic series as if it were the Torah or the Bible, were raving tinfoil-hat superfans.

This category is for all the books related to Harry Potter that appear in the real-world. Written by British author J. Rowling, these books chronicle the lives of those in the Harry Potter universe. See also: Category:Books. The key to the success of a Yiddish translation of Harry Potter, though, is the popularity of Harry Potter itself.

The books are some of the most popular and widely read in human history, and have. (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, ) We feel an indistinct chill running down our spines as we read the lost prophecy uttered by Professor Trelawney to Albus Dumbledore in a room above the bar at Hog's Head Inn in the year of Harry Potter's birth.

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The beloved series by J.K. Rowling that enchants kids and keeps adults spellbound is now available in 42 languages. The Objections to Harry Potter. While millions of people around the world read and enjoy the "Harry Potter" books, there are many people that object to the content of the Harry Potter books, stating that they go against the word of God.

The objections are based on the Bible teaching that practicing witchcraft or other occult acts is a sin. Viswanath believes that Yiddish culture has long been ready for Western books such as “Harry Potter.” There were sci-fi and fantasy Yiddish stories written in andlong before.Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a two-part West End stage play.

It was written by Jack Thorne, based on a story by J. K. Rowling, Thorne and director John play opened on 30 July at the Palace Theatre, London, script was released on 31 July The story is set nineteen years after the ending of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and follows Harry Potter.

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