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Victor (d. 86 He consulted extensively with contemporary French Jewish scholars working in the tradition of Rashi. Andrew’s attention to the historical dimensions of the Old Testament came to be valued increasingly 85. D. , Jewish Theological Seminary, 1997). 86. No critical edition of Andrew’s commentary on Isaiah is yet available. For discussion of the Victorines and Andrew of St. Victor, see especially Smalley, Study of the Bible, 83–195; Michael A. Signer, “Peshat, Sensus Litteralis, and Sequential Narrative: Jewish Exegesis and the School of St.
30 In the Targum, whatever violence God brings to bear is apparently absorbed by Israel’s oppressor and results in the liberation of a remnant. Both Targum Jonathan and the Greek Isaiah thus ﬁnd hope and promise for the communities who hear them in a place where the Hebrew text oﬀers little or none.
Greenstein, “Medieval Bible Commentaries,” in Back to the Sources: Reading the Classic Jewish Texts (ed. B. Holtz; New York: Summit Books, 1984), 213–27. For more general descriptions of medieval exegesis, see the following articles in Jane D. , With Reverence for the Word: Medieval Scriptural Exegesis in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003): Barry D. Walfish, “An Introduction to Medieval Jewish Biblical Interpretation” (3–12); Michael A. Signer, “Restoring the Narrative: Jewish and Christian Exegesis in the Twelfth Century” (70–82); and Joseph W.