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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: The Translator as Double Agent 1. Immaculate Translation: Sexual Fidelity, Textual Transmission, and the Virgin Birth 2. "The Beauty of Greece in the Tents of Shem": Aquila between the Camps 3. False Friends: Conversion and Translation from Jerome to Luther 4. A Translator Culture 5. The Holocaust in Every Tongue 6. Translation and Assimilation: Singer in America Epilogue: Entdecktes Judenthum: A Translator's Note Notes Index
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Jews -- Languages -- Translating.
Hebrew language -- Translating.
Bible. O.T. -- Translating.
Bible. O.T. Greek -- Versions.
Jewish literature -- Translations -- History and criticism.
Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity.
Christianity and other religions -- Judaism.
Translating and interpreting -- Political aspects.