- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- Note on Spelling and Translations
- Introduction: Christian Hebraism and the Study of Yiddish in Early Modern Europe
OneYiddish in the Judenmission
Two“From the Jews' own books”
ThreeBlasphemy, Curses, and Insults
- Conclusion: The Study of Yiddish and Christian-Jewish Relations in Early Modern Germany
- Introduction: Yiddish in the Socioeconomic Sphere
FiveThe Merchants' Tongue
SixThe Thieves' Jargon
- Conclusion: Yiddish As Antilanguage
- Introduction: Between Hebrew and German: The Depictions of Yiddish in Christian Writings
SevenGerman of the Jews
EightYiddish and German in the Judenmission
NineChristian Hebrew and Jewish Yiddish in Early Modern Germany
- A Goy Who Speaks Yiddish
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