Egle Tal: Bornstein, Abraham ben Ze'ev Nahum Egle Tal: Bornstein, Abraham ben Ze'ev Nahum

Egle Tal

Bornstein, Abraham ben Ze'ev Nahum

Editorial: David Kappelman, Piatrkrow, 1930
Condición: vg Encuadernación de tapa dura
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Folio. 286pp. Three -quarter cloth over gilt stamped black paper covered boards. Illustrated title page in red and black lettering. Collection of insights regarding the laws of the Jewish Sabbath [Shabbat]. The author, Abraham Bornstein, was one of the great Chasidic Masters of the 19th Century. The son-in-law of the Kotzker Rebbe, he was also known as the "Avnei Nezer." (More on him: See below) This volume is a revision of the first edition with additions and corrections by the author and his only son, Shmuel.(aka, Shem MiShmuel,), an eminent Rebbe and scholar in his own right. Boards are somewhat rubbed and worn on the edges. Front cover board with title page starting to hinge. Interior in very good condition. In Hebrew. Overall very good condition. On the author (Source: Public Domain):Rabbi Abraham Bornstein (also known as Avraham Bornsztajn, Abraham ben Ze'ev Nachum Bornstein, Reb Avraham Borensztejn) was born in Biala (Poland) in 1839, and died on March 20, 1910 in Sochaczew. He was a Hasidic rabbi (known as the "Tzadik of Sochachov" or 'Cadyk z Sochaczewa' in Polish.) He the son of a rabbi. When he graduated yeshiva became a rabbi in Parczew, Kroniewice, Nasielsk and from 1883 in Sochaczew. He founded there Hassidic synagogues and yeshivas. He is buried in the Jewish cemetery in Sochaczew where a "ohel" (burial vault) was built. Following his passing, his position was filled by his son Rabbi Samuel Bornstein (1856-1926), who edited Shem Mi-Shmuel.Bet Eked, vol. 1, p. 17, item# 404. N° de ref. de la librería 13486

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Título: Egle Tal

Editorial: David Kappelman, Piatrkrow

Año de publicación: 1930

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:vg

Edición: Second revised.

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