"A wonderful book—nuanced, lively, vastly erudite. . . . Klepper has given us a look at Nicholas of Lyra that will become a classic study of this most important figure."—E. Ann Matter, University of Pennsylvania
"Klepper's learned book compels us to think again about how medieval Christian culture could rely on Jewish interpretations of the Hebrew Bible when Judaism itself was condemned."—Speculum
About the Author
Deeana Copeland Klepper is Associate Professor of Religion and History, and Chair of the Department of Religion at Boston University.