- Title Pages
- Note on Place Names
- 1 Hasidism in Central Poland, 1754–1830
- 2 Anatomy of a Hasidic Conquest
- 3 Warsaw and the Patrons of Polish Hasidism
- 4 <i>Yihus</i>
- 5 Charlatans or “Lovers of Israel”?
- 6 Sermons, Stories, and Songs
- Appendix 1 <i>Yihus</i> and Marriage Strategies of Early Zaddikim outside Central Poland
- Appendix 2 An Exorcism in Warsaw, 1818
- Appendix 3 Works by Hasidic Authors, through 1815
- Nineteenth–Century Newspapers and Periodicals
- Dissertations and Articles
- Medieval and Early Modern Sources
- Hasidic Texts: Homiletics, Hagiography, Correspondence
- Mitnaggdic Texts
- Haskalah Texts and Proposals for Jewish Reform
- Memoirs, <i>Yizkor</i> Books, and Travel Diaries
- Encyclopedias, Gazetteers, Biographical Dictionaries, and Genealogies
- Books and Journal Articles
- Men of Silk
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