The Blood Libel Legend : A Casebook in Anti-Semitic Folklore.

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Bibliographic Details
Author / Creator: Dundes, Alan.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Imprint: Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, 1991.
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Table of Contents:
  • Intro
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Thomas of Monmouth: Detector of Ritual Murder
  • Little St. Hugh of Lincoln: Researches in History, Archaeology, and Legend
  • Little Sir Hugh: An Analysis
  • The Prioress's Tale
  • The Ritual Murder Accusation in Britain
  • The Hilsner Affair
  • The Present State of the Ritual Crime in Spain
  • Damascus to Kiev: Civilta Cattolica on Ritual Murder
  • Ritual Murder Accusations in Nineteenth-Century Egypt
  • Twentieth-Century Blood Libels in the United States
  • The Feast of Purim and the Origins of the Blood Accusation
  • The Blood Libel: A Motif in the History of Childhood
  • The Ritual Murder Accusation: The Persistence of Doubt and the Repetition Compulsion
  • The Ritual Murder or Blood Libel Legend: A Study of Anti-Semitic Victimization through Projective Inversion
  • A Selected Bibliography: Suggestions for Further Reading on the Blood Libel Legend
  • Index.