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Apart from educational reforms, Wetzlar argues for a return to the essential values of Judaism: devoted prayer, penitence, good deeds and brotherly love. Based on the "Libes briv" and other selected 18th-century works, the interdisciplinary project explores the relationship of Central European Judaism with contemporary German Pietism.
In both form and content, Wetzlar's "Libes briv" seems indeed to be influenced by the Christian "Love Letter" — often written in Yiddish — that Pietists employed in their quest of missionizing the Jews of Central Europe "with a carrot in lieu of the stick. The comparative analysis of additional texts of ethical literature mussar and the early Haskalah respectively — written in Yiddish and Hebrew — in the context of Pietism contributes to the better understanding of the Jewish concepts for social reform and religious renewal in general, and an educational reform in particular, which are strikingly similar to Pietist reform programs.
Besides a new cultural and literary historical classification of "Libes briv" which, while never printed, has come down to us in a rich manuscript tradition, the project will prepare a critical and annotated edition on the basis of all extant manuscripts, with a German translation.