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Esther - Hidden Megillot

Esther - Hidden Megillot

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In all the stories of the Bible there are messages hidden beneath the surface, but it seems that there is no other book like the Book of Esther, in which the hidden prevails over the revealed. The uniqueness of the scroll is reflected in the scope of the concealments and especially in what they seek to conceal. In the hand of an artist, Grossman reveals what is hidden within the verses of the Book of Esther and reveals all to the reader. 

ILLUSTRATED MEGILLAT ESTHER

ILLUSTRATED MEGILLAT ESTHER

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Especially suitable for children Megillat Esther

Accompanied by colorful, eye-catching paintings

By the renowned painter Menachem Taizi (z”l)

Illustrates to children in a fascinating way the story of the Megillah

Koren Megillat Esther

Koren Megillat Esther

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Megillas Esther, Breuer

Megillas Esther Hardcover

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The commentary of Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch to the Chumash is based on his interpretative method of precise elucidation of the text and meaning of the words.

His grandson, Rav Dr. Raphael Breuer, applied this same method for his commentary to Megillas Esther, and has brought to light these timeless words in an original, inspiring fashion. This English is written in a modern, clear idiom and will attract scholar and student alike.

Megillat Esther - Brown

Megillat Esther - Brown

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MEGILLAT ESTHER MESORAT HARAV

MEGILLAT ESTHER MESORAT HARAV

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Megillat Esther Mesorat HaRav contains the commentary of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik on Megillat Esther and the Ma'ariv service for Purim, collected from a variety of his published writings, notes and lectures. The Rav's philosophical acumen and Talmudic insight fruitfully combine to depict the complex nature of the Purim drama. In addition to the Megilla and Ma'ariv commentary, this volume also includes a section of Reshimot, containing the Rav's more extensive halachic analyses, and a derasha by the Rav on the nature of Purim. Megillat Esther Mesorat HaRav will be a welcome addition to Jewish libraries, both as an original perspective on the Purim holiday and as part of the growing body of the Rav's works.