Song of Songs

Song of Songs
Etymology: translation of Hebrew shīr hashshīrīm Date: 1597 a collection of love poems forming a book in the canonical Jewish Scriptures and in the Roman Catholic canon of the Old Testament and corresponding to the Song of Solomon in the Protestant canon of the Old Testament — see bible table

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Song of Songs — 1979), p. 260.] The Song of Songs is thought by some to be an allegorical representation of the relationship of God and Israel as husband and wife. [ [ chabate.asp?id=61 Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies… …   Wikipedia

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  • Song of Songs (film) — Song of Songs (2006) is a fiction feature film directed by Josh Appignanesi and written by Josh Appignanesi and Jay Basu. It stars Natalie Press and Joel Chalfen. Press plays a devoutly orthodox Jewish young woman who tries to bring her estranged …   Wikipedia

  • The Song of Songs (1933 film) — Infobox Film name = The Song of Songs image size = caption = director = Rouben Mamoulian producer = writer = Hermann Sudermann (novel) Edward Sheldon (play) Leo Birinsky Samuel Hoffenstein Rouben Mamoulien (uncredited) starring = Marlene Dietrich …   Wikipedia

  • Song of Solomon (disambiguation) — The Song of Solomon (or Song of Songs or Canticles) is a book of the Bible famous for its love poetry.Song of Solomon may also refer to: * Song of Solomon (novel), a novel by Toni Morrison * The Song of Solomon , a song on Kate Bush s 1993 album… …   Wikipedia

  • Song of Solomon — Etymology: from the opening verse: “The song of songs, which is Solomon s” Date: 1620 a collection of love poems forming a book in the Protestant canon of the Old Testament see bible table …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Song of Degrees — Song of Degrees, Song of Steps, Gradual Psalms, Song of Ascents (Hebrew: שיר המעלות, Shir Hama aloth) or Hymn of Degrees is a title given to fifteen of the Psalms, that each starts with the words Shir Hama alot (A Song of Ascents) and which are… …   Wikipedia

  • Song of the Old Mother — is a poem by William Butler Yeats which first appeared in The Wind Among the Reeds anthology, published in 1889. The poem echoes Yeats fascination with the Irish peasantry.The poem, written in first person, explains the difficult chores and… …   Wikipedia

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