The Classic Midrash: Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible
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Nevertheless, another possibility should not be dismissed, namely, that originally
these did constitute a unified homily by a preacher to which the Midrash compiler
helped himself in his organization of the treatise, because that best served as ...
Boyarin, Intertextuality, p. 40. 68. Ibid., p. 36. 69. See Marc Hirshman, Mikra and
Midrash Tel Aviv, 1992 (Hebrew). 70. Kadushin, Rabbinic Mind, p. 84. 7 1 .
Porton, "Midrash," p. 1 3 1 . 72. Fraade, Tradition, p. 18. 73. Goldin, "From Text," p
9:17) and here it says THAT MOSES DISPLAYED BEFORE THE EYES OF ALL
ISRAEL (Deut. 34:11)." COMMENTARY The attitude of the Midrash toward the
death of Moses understandably vacillates between emphasizing that Moses was
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