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Joseph Solomon Lutski began writing the Iggeret teshu’at Yisrael in Kislev 5628 (November 1827) while in St. Petersburg

Series: Monographs of the Hebrew Union College. Philip E. Miller sets this event in the context of the history of the Russian Karaites from their origins to the present, focusing on economic and political concerns that led to the schism. Joseph Solomon Lutski began writing the Iggeret teshu’at Yisrael in Kislev 5628 (November 1827) while in St. Petersburg.

Separatism in Nineteenth-Century Russia: Joseph Solomon Lutski's Epistle of Israel's Deliverance. Philip Miller received his P.

Karaite Separatism in Nineteenth-Century Russia: Joseph Solomon Lutski's Epistle of Israel's Deliverance. He has served as Librarian of the Klau Library of HUC-JIR in New York since 1978.

Monographs of the Hebrew Union College, no. 16. Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College Press, 1993. xix, 252 pp. Map. Chronology. Benjamin Nathans (a1).

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Are you sure you want to remove Karaite separatism in nineteenth-century Russia from your list? Karaite separatism in nineteenth-century Russia. Joseph Solomon Lutski's Epistle of Israel's deliverance. by Joseph Solomon ben Moses Lutski. Published 1993 by Hebrew Union College Press in Cincinnati. Ethnic relations, Jews, Karaims, Karaites, Travel. Joseph Solomon ben Moses Lutski (1777?-1844), Simḥah ben Solomon Babovich (1790-1855).

Philip Miller’s study Karaite separatism in nineteenth-century Russia: Joseph Solomon Lutski’s epistle of Israel’s deliverance (Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College, 1993) analyzes a few nineteenth-century travelogues written by east European Karaite Jews. Literary travelogues in Yid-dish were analyzed by Leah Garrett in Journeys beyond the Pale: Yiddish travel writing in the modern world (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin, 2003).

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Karaite Separatism in Nineteenth-Century Russia: Joseph Solomon Lutski's Epistle of Israel's Deliverance (Monographs of the Hebrew Union College). by N. Z Gotlib and Uri Kaploun.

Karaite Separatism in Nineteenth Century Russia: Joseph Solomon Lutski's "Epistle of Israel's . The Karaites, a small Jewish sect that arose twelve centuries ago and still exists today, was at one time the most outspoken and productive schismatic division in Judaism.

Karaite Separatism in Nineteenth Century Russia: Joseph Solomon Lutski's "Epistle of Israel's Deliverance". The Karaites contributed much to the Jewish literature of the Middle Ages, for they developed their own corpus of theological dogmas, liturgy, juristic exegesis, metaphysical concepts, secular poetry, apologetics, and sermons.

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Karaite Separatism in Nineteenth-Century Russia : Joseph Solomon Lutski's "Epistle of Israel's Deliverance". by Joseph Solomon Lutski and Phillip E. Miller. When the Karaites successfully dissociated themselves from the Rabbanite Russian Jews with the creation of the Karaite Religious Consistory in 1837, the result was a schism within Judaism unprecedented since the rise of Christianity.

When the Karaites successfully dissociated themselves from the Rabbanite Russian Jews with the creation of the Karaite Religious Consistory in 1837, the result was a schism within Judaism unprecedented since the rise of Christianity. Philip E. Miller sets this event in the context of the history of the Russian Karaites from their origins to the present, focusing on economic and political concerns that led to the schism. The Karaites’ separatism shielded them from the horrific fates suffered by the Rabbanites under the tsars, under Hitler, and under Stalin, but it ultimately led to their nearly complete assimilation and disappearance as a people. The central character in Miller's study is Simchah Babovich, a Crimean Karaite whose wealth and prominence enabled him to curry favor with the imperial Russian government. In 1827, Babovich traveled to St. Petersburg on behalf of the Karaite community and petitioned the tsar for exemption from military conscription legislation that applied to all Jews in the realm. Accompanying him on the journey was Joseph Solomon ben Moses Lutski, the leading Karaite religious scholar of Evpatoriia. Lutski's chronicle of the mission, the Iggeret teshu'at Yisrael (Epistle of Israel's Deliverance), is reprinted here as an annotated Hebrew text with English translation. In colorful detail, the Iggeret records the delegation's travel adventures, their activities as guests and tourists in the imperial capital, the swift granting of Babovich's request, and the Karaites' euphoric reaction when the successful petitioners arrived back home in Evpatoriia. This pioneering work provides access to and context for an important primary source for the study of Russian Jewish history and the history of the Karaite sect.

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