- Title Pages
- Prologue: The Time-Bound and the Timeless in Medieval Ashkenazic Narrative
- Chapter One The Hebrew First Crusade Narratives
- Chapter Two The <i>Mainz Anonymous</i>: Structure, Authorship, Dating, and Objectives
- Chapter Three The <i>Solomon bar Simson Chronicle</i>: The Editorial Prologue and Epilogue
- Chapter Four The <i>Solomon bar Simson Chronicle</i>: The Speyer-Worms-Mainz Unit
- Chapter Five The <i>Solomon bar Simson Chronicle</i>: The Trier and Cologne Units
- Chapter Six The <i>Eliezer bar Nathan Chronicle</i>
- Chapter Seven The Hebrew First Crusade Narratives: Time-Bound Objectives
- Chapter Eight The Historicity of the Hebrew Narratives
- Chapter Nine The Hebrew First Crusade Narratives: The Timeless
- Chapter Ten God, Humanity, and History
- Chapter Eleven Comparative Dimensions: The 1096 Narratives and Classical Jewish Tradition
- Chapter Twelve Comparative Dimensions: The 1096 Narratives and Their Medieval Setting
- Appendix: The Hebrew First Crusade Narratives: Prior Studies on Relationships and Dating
- God, Humanity, and History
- University of California Press
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