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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
am a nm n o r „ w n
iznin matoi
by
j B ’ - i s x nto»
,pVpna .m’Vana pVr ansx nxa .mmi wnp ’am ,maion
.d’bt x"s ,x"ap .a"ton ,nnx Vip nnswaa mm ’X’ sa mann
On the laws and customs for the month of Ellul and for the High
Holy Days and Sukkoth as well as the rules for the Kaddish, by Eph­
raim Zalman Margolioth (1762-1828) , who after serving briefly as
a rabbi became a successful businessman in Brody, Galicia, but con­
tinued his studies and his writings.
. r t o n ,.\a .jnsVn a"an nxa /ryia o"wny : ws a a ^ a a naa
/ay Ym
Commentary on the Talmudic order
Moed,
by Menahem Munisch
Heilpern, first published by the author in Galicia at the turn of the
century.
. im n ’nm r i ’x na’w
r\"w
ny .xiaV .’ nxa
.n"w
: m i n » a y i n
.a"ton „\a .a’ pVn 'a
Responsa, by Ezekiel Landau (1713-1793) , chief rabbi of Prague,
with a biography of the author.
/ay Y'sp , [? r to n ] ,.’ .a .pn a n nxa .mian a"y : w* n p n
i t
a
Commentary on the Talmudic tractate
Temurah,
by Rabbi Moses
Rosen of New York.
nxa .D’Tiaon nsoa n’a r s i a n ’w ,naian ’a’ay
? m s a na
/ay x^’ p [a"ton ?.\a] .ibxnana V’wax iwx
Material on Hanukkah, including piyyutim (religious poems) cur­
rent among the Sephardim, by Asher Anshel Grinvald, first published
in Hungary in 1929.
/ay n .a"ton ,.\a
w v
n n ’BT o"y : n aw
b
a ” n aa
1
y
On Sabbath laws with Sabbath
Zemirot
(table hymns), first com­
piled by Hayyim Gelernter in Hungary in 1908.
/Dpxo .’ , [? rV n a ]
S'lb
rnaa ’as ’ana nxa . i s a a -py
nV’aaa amai np i n n n ’ i nnon
by
a’ayai >’ s .x pVn ,[a"ton]
paya B’an .a p*?n .B’s i x"a .*?pwn mxna r ’aya n"iw .*mox
.b’ s t
n"b ,Y'b
.n*?’aa naoa
by
a n ix ’ai B’wn ’n .ram p
On the reading of the Esther scroll on Purim, also a commentary
on Esther, by Rabbi Mordecai Hirsch of Hungary, first published in
1909.
.o"wn nraioi r a ’ai rwxn p is *?y amx ’ai a’wn ’n : B ” n oVs
/ay a7,yp ,a"ton ns io .*?
,pVpna .-isio a” n nxa
Commentary on chapter 1 of the Talmudic tractate
Gittin,
by
Hayyim Sofer (1821-1886), an Orthodox rabbi in Hungary.