Le Piyyut de David Hassine

Lysette Hassine-Mamane

Maisonneuve & Larose, Paris, 2000, 195 p.

David Hassine (1722-1792) is one of the major figures of liturgical Jewish Moroccan poetry. His piyyutim were known all around the world. This literary form holds an important place in the Jewish Moroccan culture which stayed strongly anchored in the Judeo-Spanish tradition in the cultural and literary fields.

This book tells us his story.


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