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Commentaries of the Talmudic tractates
Berakot, Shabbat,
and
Eruvin,
by Zeeb Wolf of Lizensk, first published at the turn of the century.
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/ ay
On Habad Hasidism, by Rabbi Isaac Epstein (ca. 1780-1857), a disciple
of its founder, Shneur Zalman of Ladi.
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Commentary on the Talmudic tractates
Bezah
and
Rosh ha-Shanah
by
Samuel Edels, with a supercommentary by David Zevi Peteny, a Hungarian
scholar, who perished during World War 2.
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A commentary on the
Sefer ha-Hinukh
of Aaron ha-Levi of Barcelona,
the 13th century classic exposition of the 613 Commandments, by Rabbi
Tewel Seemann of Dukla in Poland, first published over 35 years ago.
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Hasidic work on the Sabbath, by Rabbi Hayyim ben Solomon Torer of
Mohilev and Czernowitz, an eager defender of Hasidism in the 19th century.
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,ana
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3’3
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. t x pns ,mana , r x *na .x"bwn
Commentary on the first four chapters of the tractate
Berakhot
of the
Talmud Yerushalmi
by the late Louis Ginzberg, the great scholar of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
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Legal decisions by Rabbi Menahem Mendel Schneersohn (1789-1866).
Reprint with additional new material.
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