The Sinner and the Amnesiac Alon Goshen-Gottstein The Rabbinic Invention of Elisha ben Abuya and Eleazar ben Arach

This is a detailed study of two intriguing figures in early rabbinic literature, shown to be products of the literary creativity of rabbinic storytellers who convey a particular ideology through the image of the rabbinic heroes they portray: Elisha ben Abuya, considered as apostate and sinner, and Eleazar ben Arach, known as the one who forgot his Torah.
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