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HALUTZE HA-SIFRUT HA-IVRIT BA-AMERIKA.

by Kabakoff, Jacob.

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Hardcover. Tel Aviv: Yavneh, and Cleveland: Cleveland College of Jewish Studies Press, 1966. Cloth; 8vo. 324 pages. Title page in Hebrew on verso. In Hebrew. This book, written in Hebrew, consists of studies and documents relating to the writings and scholarship of various American pioneers in the creation of Hebrew literature, including Zeev Wolf Schorr and Gerson Rosenzweig, among others. Authors, Hebrew -- United States. Named Person: Sobel, Jacob Zevi. Gersoni, Henry, 1844-1897. Schur, William, 1839-1910. Rosenzweig, Gershon, 1861-1914. Rabinowitz, Isaac, 1846-1900. Title on added title page. : Pioneers of American Hebrew literature. Includes bibliographical references and index. Excellent condition in very good dust jacket. (AM-4) .
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HALUTZE HA-SIFRUT HA-IVRIT BA-AMERIKA

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Tel Aviv: Yavneh, And Cleveland: Cleveland College Of Jewish Studies Press. 1966. Hardcover. Heblit1, amr6 . Original blue boards and blue dust jacket. 8vo. 324 pages. Title page in Hebrew on verso. Inscription in Hebrew. In Hebrew. This book, written in Hebrew, consists of studies and documents relating to the writings and scholarship of various American pioneers in the creation of Hebrew literature, including Zeev Wolf Schorr and Gerson Rosenzweig, among others. Authors, Hebrew -- United States. Named Person: Sobel, Jacob Zevi. Gersoni, Henry, 1844-1897. Schur, William, 1839-1910. Rosenzweig, Gershon, 1861-1914. Rabinowitz, Isaac, 1846-1900. Title on added title page. : Pioneers of American Hebrew literature. Includes bibliographical references and index. Minimal edgewear to dust jacket. Slight toning. Very minimal markings. Very good condition. (AM-4-1) .
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SHE'ELOT U-TESHUVOT MEHA-GE'ONIM

by Kabuli, Shelomoh Ben Menahem; Norzi, Jedidiah Solomon Raphael Ben Abraham

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Mantovah [Mantua]: Bi-Defus Shelomoh Mi-Nortsi. 1597. Hardcover. It1, rab13 , 211 . Later boards. 8vo. 72 pages, 21 cm. In Hebrew. Title translates to “Response of the Geonim. ” Third edition of the Geonic responsa, following the Prague first edition printed in 1590 and a 1596 Mantua edition. Contains four hundred questions and answers on a range of topics by the heads of the Talmudic academies in Babylonia. SUBJECTS: Responsa -- To 1040. Geonic literature. Vinograd, Mantua 192. Steinschneider, C. B. No. 4052, col. 642; Zedner, p. 726. OCLC lists 17 copies worldwide (OCLC: 232916878) . Repair to title page with some period writing in pen, including writing from 1629. Last leaf has been repaired with loss to top quarter of page. Tape on last two leaves with some loss to text. Light damp stains to some pages. Overall fair condition. (RAB-65-29) .
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IKH BIN GEVEN A PARTIZAN (DI GRINE LEGENDE). Complete in 2 volumes

by Kaczerginski, S.

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Buenos Aires: Angel Gallardo. 1952. Hardcover. holo7, wiv0512, yid1, ee2 . Good Solid condition.; 8vo; 387 pages; In Yiddish. Not in Robinson & Friedman nor Wolff. Jewish partisan's memoirs of resistance against the Nazis in Poland. Illustrated with many photographs throughout. Kaczerginski (1908–1954) was a “Yiddish writer and cultural activist. Born in Vilna to a poor family and educated at that city’s Talmud Torah, Shmerke (Pol., Szmerke) Kaczerginski lost both his parents during World War I. As a youth, he was involved with outlawed Communist groups and was arrested several times, serving a lengthy prison term. In the 1930s, two of his revolutionary poems became popular in Poland. He wrote short stories with a radical bent and was a correspondent and reporter for literary publications, including the semilegal leftist press in Poland and the New York Communist daily Morgn-frayhayt. Kaczerginski played a key role in shaping the writers’ and… Read more
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Hurban Vilna.[CHURBN VILNA]

by Kaczerginski, Szmerke.

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New York, Bicher Farlag. 1947. Hardcover. YID1, EE2, holo7, yiz2, wiv0512, INBT, MEA . 8vo; 8vo, 342 pages, New York, 1947. In Yiddish. The destruction of Vilna. Cover scratched, otherwise very Good Condition. (HOLO2-89-4) .
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Hurban Vilna.[CHURBN VILNA]

by Kaczerginski, Szmerke.

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New York, Bicher Farlag. 1947. Hardcover. YID1, EE2, holo7, wiv0512, INBT, MEA . 8vo; 8vo, 342 pages, New York, 1947. In Yiddish. The destruction of Vilna. Ex-library, spine sunned, otherwise very Good Condition. (HOLO2-89-3) .
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IKH BIN GEVEN A PARTIZAN (DI GRINE LEGENDE). Volume 1 only.

by Kaczerginski, S.

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Buenos Aires: Angel Gallardo. 1952. Hardcover. HOLO8, wiv0512, yid1, ee2 . Good Solid condition.; 8vo; 387 pages; In Yiddish. Not in Robinson & Friedman nor Wolff. Jewish partisan's memoirs of resistance against the Nazis in Poland. Illustrated with many photographs throughout. Kaczerginski (1908–1954) was a “Yiddish writer and cultural activist. Born in Vilna to a poor family and educated at that city’s Talmud Torah, Shmerke (Pol., Szmerke) Kaczerginski lost both his parents during World War I. As a youth, he was involved with outlawed Communist groups and was arrested several times, serving a lengthy prison term. In the 1930s, two of his revolutionary poems became popular in Poland. He wrote short stories with a radical bent and was a correspondent and reporter for literary publications, including the semilegal leftist press in Poland and the New York Communist daily Morgn-frayhayt. Kaczerginski played a key role in shaping the writers’ and… Read more
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IKH BIN GEVEN A PARTIZAN (DI GRINE LEGENDE). 2 Volumes in one book. [AUTHOR INSCRBED]

by Kaczerginski, S.

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Buenos Aires: Angel Gallardo. 1952. Hardcover. holo9, wiv0512, yid1, ee2, inbt, mea . Good Solid condition.; 8vo; 387 pages; In Yiddish. Not in Robinson & Friedman nor Wolff. Jewish partisan's memoirs of resistance against the Nazis in Poland. Illustrated with many photographs throughout. Inscribed by Kaczerginski in year of publication. Kaczerginski (1908–1954) was a “Yiddish writer and cultural activist. Born in Vilna to a poor family and educated at that city’s Talmud Torah, Shmerke (Pol., Szmerke) Kaczerginski lost both his parents during World War I. As a youth, he was involved with outlawed Communist groups and was arrested several times, serving a lengthy prison term. In the 1930s, two of his revolutionary poems became popular in Poland. He wrote short stories with a radical bent and was a correspondent and reporter for literary publications, including the semilegal leftist press in Poland and the New York Communist daily Morgn-frayhayt. Kaczerginski… Read more
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DERVAKHUNG: A DRAME IN 3 AKTN FUN DEM IDISHN LEBN IN NATSI-DAYTSHLAND

by Kader, Boris

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Chicago: Farlag Arbeter Velt,. 1941. Paperback. Yid1, Holo5, LF, xoo . (FT) Stiff paper wrappers, small 8vo, 112 pages. Boldly illustrated cover. Title translates as, "Security: A Play in 3 Acts on Jewish Life in Nazi-Germany." Early (1941) expose of Jewish life in Germany under Hitler. Contains a 1-page folded promotional insert on green paper. In Yiddish. Includes music to the theme song, “Hope, Always Hope! ”. The author lived from 1882-1958 …. From a contemporary review in the “Observer”: ‘The Awakening’ is the story of a Jewish character in modern Germany who, because of the present regime, changes his whole philosophy of life. An internationalist and an assimiliationist, the chief character becomes a Jewish nationalist.” SUBJECT(S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Drama. OCLC lists 11 copies worldwide. Cover worn at edges and spine, and partially separated at binding, otherwise in good condition. (Holo2-30-5) .
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A CONCEPTUAL APPROACH TO THE MEKILTA

by Kadushin, Max

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New York : Jewish Theological Seminary Of America,. 1969. Paper Wrappers. Mx3, rab5 . 12mo. 215 pages. In English. SUBJECT (S) : Mekhilta of Rabbi Ishmael - Commentaries. Kadushin, (1895-1980) , U. S. Rabbinic scholar. Kadushin was born in Minsk, Russia, and emigrated with his family to the United States in 1897. He was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Kadushin held pulpits in New York City (Temple Israel, 1921-26) and Chicago (Humboldt Blvd. Temple, 1926-31) , and was Hillel Foundation director at the University of Wisconsin (1931-42) . He taught at the Hebrew High School of New York (1942-52) and at the Academy for Higher Jewish Learning in New York, of which he was also dean (from 1958) . He also taught ethics and rabbinic thought at the Jewish Theological Seminary. (EJ, Staff) In very good condition. (RAB17-19) .
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CODE OF JEWISH JURISPRUDENCE: TALMUDICAL LAW DECISIONS [TRANSLATED] IN TWO VOLUMES.

by Kadushin, J. L.

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Boston : the Talmud Society.. 1921.. Hardcover. RAB4 . 8vo. F, xviii, 441, vii, 251-528 pages. In two volumes. Frontispiece. Edgeworn, bumped corners, good+ condition. (RAB-16-1) .
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BERIT YITSHAK : KOLEL 1) DINE ERUSIN VE-NISUIN ... 2) DINE MILAH ... 3)  DINE PIDYON HA-BEN ......

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New York : A. H. Rosenberg.. 1897-1898. Hardcover. amr3, rab12, amr6, inbt ae . First Edition. Cloth, 4to. 81, 39 pages. In Hebrew and English. Singerman 5198; Deinard, Koheleth America101 and 693. The author, who received impressive rabbinic ordinations from the greatest Lithuanian Rabbis and held posts as Dayan and Rosh Yeshiva in Minsk, apparently could only find employment as a Mohel upon emigrating to the United States. His sermons are quaint and interesting. For an address for delivery at a wedding ceremony he states, “It is the duty of a woman to be her husband’s friend and adviser, his companion and co-sufferer in all that concerns both of them” (Part I, p. 69) . The book contains testimonials to his skill as a Mohel from four prominent physicians on the Lower East Side, plus an interesting report of the circumcision of a 22-year old man “who rose at once and drank to the health of the Jewish nation” (Part 1, p. 10) . SUBJECT(S) : Rabbis – handbooks,… Read more
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ORGANIC THINKING : A STUDY IN RABBINIC THOUGHT.

by Kadushin, Max.

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New York : Jewish Theological Seminary of America.. 1938.. Hardcover. RAB4, mx3, rab6 . 8vo. Xvi, 367 pages. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Thought and thinking – Judaism. CONTENTS: Introductory; Torah; Torah as law and ethics; On the organic complex. “Kadushin was born in Minsk, Russia, and immigrated with his family to Seattle, Washington in 1897. He earned his B. A. At New York University. He was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in 1920, where he also received his D. H. L. In 1932... Kadushin's scholarly interest was the explication of talmudic thought. Basing his observations on the latest rabbinic texts and historical investigations, Kadushin explained the unique character of the rabbinic mind. Rather than being random and disorganized, Kadushin believed that the rabbis' thought-world was made up primarily of value concepts, which were expressed in such noun forms as berakhah ("blessing") , zedakah ("charity) , and derekh erez… Read more
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TSIYON : HELEK SHENI MI ... BERIT YITSHAK ... DERASHOT BE-`INYAN YISHUV  ERETS YISRAEL

TSIYON : HELEK SHENI MI ... BERIT YITSHAK ... DERASHOT BE-`INYAN YISHUV ERETS YISRAEL

by Kadushin, Yehudah Leib

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New York : A. H. Rosenberg. 1898. Hardcover. First edition. Original boards. 8vo. 43 pages. 18cm. In Hebrew with some English. Singerman 5198. Goldman 579: “Kadushin was born in Radoshkovichi, Byelorussia, ca. 1859. He studied in the yeshivot of Zasliai (Lithuania) and Volozhin and was ordained by R. Naphtali Zevi Judah Berlin [Netziv] and R. Isaac Jacob Reines. He was a rash yeshivah in Minsk for four years, after which he lived in Vilna. Kadushin immigrated to America ca. 1885. He served as a mohel (ritual circumciser) in New York and as a rabbi and mohel in New Rochelle. Kadushin attempted to professionalize the practice of milah (circumcision) . He complained that ‘every individual and sluggard who comes to this land and does not desire to carry on his back the heavy load of the peddler titles himself a mohel. €™ He claimed to ‘have seen hundreds of actual arelim (uncircumcised individuals) ’ as a… Read more
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CODE OF JEWISH JURISPRUDENCE: TALMUDICAL LAW DECISIONS [TRANSLATED]. VOLUME 2 (ONLY)

by Kadushin, J. L.

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Boston : the Talmud Society.. 1921.. Hardcover. RAB4 . 8vo. Vii, 251-528 pages. Volume 2 only. Edgeworn, previous owner's blindstamp on fly leaf, front hinge cracking, good condition. (RAB-16-2) .
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THE JEWISH MYSTIC IN KAFKA.
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THE JEWISH MYSTIC IN KAFKA.

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New York : P. Lang.. 1987.. Hardcover. Lit1 . 8vo. Xvii, 249 pages. Heavily illustrated. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Judaism in literature; Mysticism – Judaism; Cabala; Hasidism; Kafka, Franz, 1883-1924 – religion. SERIES: American university studies. Series I, Germanic languages and literature ; ; vol. 41; Variation: American university studies. ; Series I, ; Germanic languages and literatures ; ; vol. 41. ISBN: 0820402419. Kafka (1883-1924) was a German novelist, who was born and educated in Prague. In 1917 he was diagnosed with tuberculosis. He had instructed a friend to burn his manuscripts after his death. The friend, Max Brod, instead had them published. “The action in most of Kafka's books is centered in the hero's unremitting search for identity. The nature of this identity is never revealed and can only be vaguely conjectured from the obstacles placed in the hero's path and his failure to reach his goal. ” (Weltsch, EJ) Covers slightly rubbed,… Read more
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YIZKER-BUKH SUVALK UN DI ARUMIKE SHTETLEKH: BAKLEROVE, VIZSHAN, YELINEVE, SAYNI, PUNSK, PSHEROSLE, FILIPOVE, KRASNOPOLE, RATSK / YIZKOR-BOOK SUWALK AND THE VICINITY: BAKLEROWE, WIZSHAN, YELINEWE, SAINI, PUNSK, PSHEROSLE, FILIPOWE, KRASNOPOLE, RATZK.

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Nyu-York [New York]: Suvalker Relif-Komitet In Nyu-York. 1961. Hardcover. Yiz . 1st edition, original cloth, 4to. 826 columns, illustrations throughout. In Yiddish, foreword also in English. Yizkor books were written by Holocaust survivors or their descendants as memorials to the Jewish communities destroyed in the Holocaust. They include descriptions and histories of the people and communities. This book describes the city of Suwalk, Poland and the surrounding communities. Many black and white photographs are included, along with reproductions of important documents. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Poland -- Suwalki -- History. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . Ethnic relations. OCLC: 11558550, OCLC lists 29 copies worldwide. Some denting on corners, very light edge wear on spine, very good internally, Very Good Condition overall. (YIZ-19-12B) .
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YIZKER-BUKH SUVALK UN DI ARUMIKE SHTETLEKH: BAKLEROVE, VIZSHAN, YELINEVE, SAYNI, PUNSK, PSHEROSLE, FILIPOVE, KRASNOPOLE, RATSK . YIZKOR-BOOK SUWALK AND THE VICINITY: BAKLEROWE, WIZSHAN, YELINEWE, SAINI, PUNSK, PSHEROSLE, FILIPOWE, KRASNOPOLE, RATZK.

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Nyu-York [New York]: Suvalker Relif-Komitet In Nyu-York. 1961. Hardcover. Yiz . 1st edition, original cloth, 4to. 826 columns, illustrations throughout. In Yiddish, foreword also in English. This book describes the city of Suwalk, Poland and the surrounding communities. Many black and white photographs are included, along with reproductions of important documents. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Poland -- Suwalki -- History. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . Ethnic relations. OCLC: 11558550, OCLC lists 29 copies worldwide. Some wear on corners, some marks on page edges, spine replaced, very good internally, Good Condition overall. (YIZ-19-12) .
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SEFER HA-PRENUMERANTN: VEGVAYZER TSU PRENUMERIRTE HEBREISHE SEFARIM UN  ZAYERE HOTMIM FUN 8,767...

SEFER HA-PRENUMERANTN: VEGVAYZER TSU PRENUMERIRTE HEBREISHE SEFARIM UN ZAYERE HOTMIM FUN 8,767 KEHILOT IN AYROPE UN TSAFON-AFRIKE.

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New York: Library Of The Jewish Theological Society Of America. 1975. Hardcover. Bibliog4, rab13, yid2, sef9 . Cloth; 4to. Xx, 384, xii pages. Nicely bound in dark blue cloth with gilt lettering and spattered edges. Frontispiece portrait of the author's late son, to whom the book is dedicated. In Yiddish, with introduction in both Yiddish and English. Title page in English on verso: Hebrew Subscription Lists, With an Index to 8, 767 Jewish Communities in Europe and North Africa. Includes indices. This work is the fruit of a massive project undertaken by the author, a staff member of the Library of the JTS. It organizes the data culled from tens of thousands of Jewish books over a period of about 150 years. The result is an index of 350, 000 Jews from almost 9, 000 communities who presubscribed for specific books by specific writers, their names having been noted in the books upon publication. Given the destruction of so many records of Jews during the Holocaust, this book is an… Read more
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YIZKER-BUKH SUVALK UN DI ARUMIKE SHTETLEKH: BAKLEROVE, VIZSHAN, YELINEVE, SAYNI, PUNSK, PSHEROSLE, FILIPOVE, KRASNOPOLE, RATSK. YIZKOR-BOOK SUWALK AND THE VICINITY: BAKLEROWE, WIZSHAN, YELINEWE, SAINI, PUNSK, PSHEROSLE, FILIPOWE, KRASNOPOLE, RATZK.

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Nyu-York [New York]: Suvalker Relif-Komitet In Nyu-York. 1961. Hardcover. Yiz . 1st edition, original cloth, 4to. 826 columns, illustrations throughout. In Yiddish, foreword also in English. Yizkor books were written by Holocaust survivors or their descendants as memorials to the Jewish communities destroyed in the Holocaust. They include descriptions and histories of the people and communities. This book describes the city of Suwalk, Poland and the surrounding communities. Many black and white photographs are included, along with reproductions of important documents. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Poland -- Suwalki -- History. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . Ethnic relations. OCLC: 11558550, OCLC lists 29 copies worldwide. Some denting on corners, some marks on cover, spine repaired with clear tape, very good internally, Good Condition overall. (YIZ-19-12a) .
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