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Aspectos apologéticos y polémicos de Yerīḇūnī ʿAlei ʿOzḇī Berīt El

Haggai Mazuz

Resumen


Los trabajos de investigación en torno a las polémicas judías con el Islam se han centrado en los textos estrictamente polémicos obviando las referencias a esta cuestión en textos literarios. Este artículo trata de corregir esta tendencia analizando las alusiones apologéticas y polémicas en Yerīḇūnī ʿalei ʿozḇī berīt El, un poema del s. XII compuesto por un judío no identificado que se convierte al Islam y se retracta más tarde. Las estrofas de este texto se mueven entre la apología dirigida a los judíos del entorno del poeta y la polémica contra el Islam. Este estudio aporta luz al conocimiento de las relaciones entre judíos y musulmanes en este periodo y muestra el potencial de esta línea de trabajo aplicada a textos literarios.

 


Palabras clave


Yerīḇūnī ʿalei ʿozḇī berīt El; Isaac b. Ezra; Abū ʾl-Barakāt al-Baghdādī; apología; polémica

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