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.1950
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Midrash rabbah: shir hashirim (song of songs).
With Yid­
dish translation, text emendations, explanatory notes and intro­
ductions. Montreal, 1973. 536 p.
Fifth volume in the series of Yiddish translations of Talmudic
commentaries on the Hagiographa.
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,1973
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H e s c h e l , A b ra h am J o s h u a .
Kotsk; in the struggle for truthfulness.
Tel-
Aviv, Hamenora, 1973. 2 vols.
Teachings of an important Hassidic personality, Menahem
Mendl of Kotsk, compiled from oral and written sources.
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nyaoia) /tt 365
.1973
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T s e n e r e n e (T s e e n a h u - r e e n a h )
. Selections, with notes by Khayim
Glembotski. Excerpts from research and critical analysis . . . ed. by
Shmuel Rollansky. Buenos Aires, Literary Society at the IWO in
Argentina, 1973. 365 p. (Masterworks of Yiddish literature, vol.
53, yivre-taytsh [archaic Yiddish], vol. 1)
Selections from a popular Yiddish adaptation of the Pentateuch,
first published in the 17th century. The book became a classic of
older Yiddish literature.