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aunna i .pan ' ] mm ’ ?w i a in n a .’ n a ” n an x a , n n a ? n m m n
/ay 654 .raw n ,1’ sniwi opxr *ioi’ ,.’ .3 .ws3? xm a wi*vsn ay ,’ t k
Bahya ibn Pakudah’s
Duties of the Heart
with Yiddish translation. This
popular ethical work was written in Saragossa, Spain, in the first half of the
11th century.
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na?w nxa . n y n n y o a i t )
.*1*1 r o ,x7/ap .raw n /ixaox'tt ,.’ j .nis-ia ma?n ?y ,X3” 3n xTrra
Responsa on the second part of the Shulhan Aruch and comments on the
laws of forbidden foods, by Solomon Kluger, 1783-1869, rabbi in Brody, Galicia.
. . * ?"Tan . . . n a x a ntznsi nuns ?a ?y mmn ? y . . . i a i o a i p ? ’
n a a a .♦ . nsom pxiw3 (??aa m sa *iai p n t in s ) n?’ a n n a paya
.a ’ ana
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.-rawn ,]xaoxia
,.’
.3 .naio iaoir nry^x p'Tnna a ’ ? *pi’
Sermons based on the Torah portions of the week for special occasions,
such as circumcisions, redemption of the first-born, Bar Mitzvah, weddings
and funerals, by Joseph Sofer (Schreiber), rabbi in Hungary at the turn of
the century.
Tpoi r i y , p a n nm a yawi x n ^ n x i nnxa m n -no n n n * i na
.*]i r\"
sp .raw n ,]xaox*)3 ,.’ .3 .■tfxruna *rn rax n’ r x a n x ’ a ay
The 613 commandments with Yiddish commentary by Avigdor Greenwald,
a European rabbi of the last generation.
am n *rnrsa ,*ioi’ *pyi *101’
YV
am x ’ an ay : x a m : n w n a
.raw n ,T*»np w a x nwx ,.’ .3 ,p ?pn a . n ’ x
The Midrash Tanhuma, one of the oldest homiletic commentaries on the
Pentateuch, dating back to the 5th century, with additional commentaries and
Yiddish translation.
,.’ .3 /p?pna .p’w nwa nxa , n n a r ' n n ? y p ’ w a n n a
.*n 64 ,80 .1964 /rawn ,nx?a .s
On the 613 commandments, by Moses Schick, a prominent Hungarian rabbi
during the last century.
? y s .B’TOi 7 is?sa o"wn n r a o ’ wnm ,’ w’ ?w p?n : a ’ y *n n x ? a
/ay 185 .1963 /psmwi opxo *101’ ,.*>.3 .w’ ?x ’ ’ a s apy’
Notes on the Talmud, by Jacob Zevi Jolles, 1778-1825, an erstwhile Ta l­
mudist converted to Hasidism, who served as rabbi in Dynow and Glogow.
a ’x ?s3 n i’wyai a m s ’ o ay .a n p ’ mn’ wi .n/7n . . . n m n a n n m 3 a
’ nap?i ’ nsox .a ’ aoYisa a ’ p n s ’3.n p .a*>aia mmm .a ’ n’ axi
/ay 96 /rawn ,txaox*n ,.’ .3 .? ’ p3y i s a ’ aixn n*a? 7n x xnn ’
Hasidic sayings and stories, collected by Judah Aryeh Teomim-Fraenkel,
an East European scholar of the last generation.