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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
On the laws of circumcision, redemption of the first born, and bar
mitzvah by Asher Anshel Gruenwald of Uzhorod, Hungary.
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A reprint of the classic moralistic work
Du ties of the H ear t
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Bavha ben Joseph Ibn Paquda.
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Sermons on the Pentateuch by Isaac Glick of Hungary.
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Talmudic novellae on the tractate
N edarim
by Mordecai Loeb W in ­
kler of Hungary.
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A reprint of the commentary on the book of Esther by Yom Tov
Zahalon, 16th century rabbi in Safed.
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A reprint of the work on the book of Daniel by the kabbalist Abra­
ham ben Eliezer ha-Levi.
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A reprint of a standard rabbinic work by Rabbi Aaron Pimentel
dealing with the laws of twilight, kashrut and the Sabbath.
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A reprint of the classic work by the 17th century Italian rabbi
Samuel Aboab on the fulfillment of the commandments.
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A reprint of the hom iletic and kabbalistic commentary on Ec­
clesiastes by the 16th century rabbi Moses Galante.