[ ix ] from her husband . It proposes a more complex reading of the unity inherent in the expression, as a hierarchical oneness that does not erase a married woman’s independent human identity . “The Great and Powerful Spirit” : Biblical Language, Prophecy, and the Question of Later Authority in Modern Hebrew Literature from Brenner to Bialik Orel Sharp The article examines the influences of the historical Hebrew style employed on the content written in that style and the ways in which Brenner and other writers chose to relate to this influence . The decision by most Haskalah authors to write in biblical Hebrew and the question of how Bialik understood this choice and how Brenner disagreed with him are examined in the light of a reading of the works of Brenner and his contemporaries . The article inquires into the different implications of the decision to write instead in Hebrew with multiple sources, based on the Rabbinic Hebrew—what Bialik referred to as the “Mendele version”—and con...  אל הספר
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