New York : Schocken Books, 1971, c1964.
The aim of this translation of The Kazari, written by Yehuda HaLevi in the 12th century, is to make one of the most beloved Jewish philosophical works more accessible to English readers.
Original publication date
1964 (Introduction by Henry Slonimsky used in Schocken Books edition)
1905 (English translation by Hartwig Hirschfeld)
1130-1140 (Arabic original)
0805200754 / 9780805200751
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