About the editor: Meir Lubetski, a professor of modern languages and comparative literature at Baruch College, CUNY, received a PhD in Judaic studies from New York University. His major publications deal with the Bible world, Jewish navigation in the Greco-Roman period, and Egypto-Semitic connections.2002 0-7734-7243-6
Long acknowledged as one of the preeminent scholars of his generation, this book gives a sense of the multi-faceted nature of Lieberman’s greatness: his method of establishing the correct reading of given rabbinic text; his mastery of Greek and Latin in their historical and cultural contexts; the incredible literary sophistication that Lieberman utilized in approaching ancient texts; his salient contribution to medieval history and literature; his guidance in biblical exegesis. The work contains a moving Introduction by Elie Wiesel. The bibliography is particularly noteworthy.