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haggadah

huh guh duh

  • n  Talmudic literature that does not deal with law but is still part of Jewish tradition
Quotes

  • Arthur Waskow in Jewish Telegraphic Agency
    Every Haggadah before that one had told the story of the liberation of the ancient Israelites from slavery under Pharaoh - period,Waskow says.
  • Geraldine Brooks in Rocky Mountain News
    The Sarajevo Haggadah, created in medieval Spain,Brooks writes, "was a famous rarity, a lavishly illuminated Hebrew manuscript made at a time when Jewish belief was firmly against illustrations of any kind."
  • Marge Piercy in Philadelphia Inquirer
    Many of us remember seders of our childhood,Piercy writes, "where the haggadah was read mostly or entirely in Hebrew, as fast as possible."

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