Dybbuks and Jewish women in social history, mysticism and folklore /
How and why a person comes to be possessed by a dybbukthe possession of a living body by the soul of a deceased personand what consequences ensue from such possession, form the subject of this book. Though possession by a dybbuk has traditionally been understood as punishment for a terrible sin, it...
|Published:||Jerusalem ; New York : Urim, c2008.|
|Online Access:||EBSCOhost Available to NLU students, faculty, and staff.|
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