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THE JEWISH QUARTERLY REVIEW 

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NEW SERIES 
EDITED BY CYRUS ADLER 



Vol. XII 



OCTOBER 1921 



No. 2 



CONTENTS 






PAGE 
POLEMICAL WORK AGAINST KARAITE AND OTHER 

SECTARIES. 
Dr. Jacob Mann .. ... 123 

rHE BOOK OF ESTHER IN THE LIGHT OF HISTORY. 
Chapter VH. 
Dr. Jacob Hoschander 



CRITICAL NOTICES: 

RECENT BIBLICAL LITERATURE. 
Dr. Joseph Reider 

ALEXANDER KOHUT. 
Dr. Jacob Kohn 





PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE DROPSIE COLLEGE 

FOR HEBREW AND COGNATE LEARNING 
S.E. Cor. BROAD AND YORK STREETS, PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 



London: MACMILLAN & CO., Ltd, 
rice $3 per annum 



THE DROPSIE COLLEGE 

For Hebrew and Cognate Learning 
in the City of Philadelphia 



A post-graduate institution leading to the Degree 
of Doctor of Philosophy 



President: Cyrus Adler, M.A. (Pennsylvania), Ph.D. (Johns 

Hopkins). 

Professor of Biblical Philology: Max L. Margolis, M.A., Ph.D. 
(Columbia). 

Professor of Rabbinical Literature: Henry M alter, Ph.D. 
(Heidelberg). 

Resident Lecturer in Jewish Jurisprudence and Institutes of Govern- 
ment : Judge Mayer Sulzberger, LL.D. (Jefferson, Temple), 
H.L.D. (Jewish Theological Seminary of America). 

Instructor in Cognate Languages: Jacob Hoschander, Ph.D. 
(Marburg). 

Instructor in History: Abraham A. Neuman, M.A. (Columbia), 
H.L.D. (Jewish Theological Seminary of America). 

Instructor in Biblical Philology : Joseph Reider, B.A. (College of 
the City of New York), Ph.D. (Dropsie College). 

Instructor in Talmud and Arabic: B. Halper, M.A. (London), 
Ph.D. (Dropsie College). 



THE College offers instruction in Biblical and Rabbinical 
Literatures, in the Semitic Languages, and in Jewish 
History. In the admission of students there is no dis- 
tinction on account of creed, color or sex. There is no 
tuition fee in the College. 

Fellowships yielding Five Hundred Dollars annually have 
been established and will be awarded each year at the 
meeting of the Governors in the month of May. 

For information concerning Degrees, Fellowships, Courses, 
&c, apply in writing to Dr. Cyrus Adler, President of 
the Dropsie College, S.E. Cor. Broad and York Streets, 
Philadelphia, Pa.