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Haggadah
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Haggadah

Haggadah -

$695.00

Assouline

9782843232510

9782843232510

228402855956

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Description

The Haggadah is more than a book; it is a practical guide to the Passover Seder ceremony. This magnificent collector's edition features illustrations by renowned painter Gerard Garouste and commentary by Rabbi Marc-Alain Ouaknin, who eloquently explains the symbolism and meaning of the text from a philosophical perspective. This luxury volume&#151accompanied by a softcover, Seder-size edition&#151includes all of the instructions in both English and Hebrew text necessary to carry out a successful celebration in the traditional atmosphere of the event&#151and invites celebrants to challenge their intelligence, taste, and spirituality. 

Details
  • 280 pages
  • 150 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in January 2008
  • W 10.74 x L 15.47 x D 3.14 in
  • Cloth-covered presentation box
  • ISBN: 9782843232510
About the Author

Rabbi and doctor of philosophy Marc-Alain Ouaknin is the director of the ALEPH Center for Jewish Studies (Paris) and associate professor at the University of Bar-ilan (Israel), where he teaches philosophy and comparative literature. Among his many works, Ouakin has published The Burnt Book, I'll Tell You a Story, Mysteries of the Alphabet, Mysteries of the Kabbalah, and with Assouline, Symbols of Judaism (1995), and Haggadah: The Passover Story (in collaboration with Gerard Garouste, 2001).

Haggadah - $695.00

Assouline

9782843232510

9782843232510

228402855956

Description

The Haggadah is more than a book; it is a practical guide to the Passover Seder ceremony. This magnificent collector's edition features illustrations by renowned painter Gerard Garouste and commentary by Rabbi Marc-Alain Ouaknin, who eloquently explains the symbolism and meaning of the text from a philosophical perspective. This luxury volume&#151accompanied by a softcover, Seder-size edition&#151includes all of the instructions in both English and Hebrew text necessary to carry out a successful celebration in the traditional atmosphere of the event&#151and invites celebrants to challenge their intelligence, taste, and spirituality. 

Details
  • 280 pages
  • 150 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in January 2008
  • W 10.74 x L 15.47 x D 3.14 in
  • Cloth-covered presentation box
  • ISBN: 9782843232510
About the Author

Rabbi and doctor of philosophy Marc-Alain Ouaknin is the director of the ALEPH Center for Jewish Studies (Paris) and associate professor at the University of Bar-ilan (Israel), where he teaches philosophy and comparative literature. Among his many works, Ouakin has published The Burnt Book, I'll Tell You a Story, Mysteries of the Alphabet, Mysteries of the Kabbalah, and with Assouline, Symbols of Judaism (1995), and Haggadah: The Passover Story (in collaboration with Gerard Garouste, 2001).

Description

Details

About the Author

The Haggadah is more than a book; it is a practical guide to the Passover Seder ceremony. This magnificent collector's edition features illustrations by renowned painter Gerard Garouste and commentary by Rabbi Marc-Alain Ouaknin, who eloquently explains the symbolism and meaning of the text from a philosophical perspective. This luxury volume&#151accompanied by a softcover, Seder-size edition&#151includes all of the instructions in both English and Hebrew text necessary to carry out a successful celebration in the traditional atmosphere of the event&#151and invites celebrants to challenge their intelligence, taste, and spirituality. 

  • 280 pages
  • 150 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in January 2008
  • W 10.74 x L 15.47 x D 3.14 in
  • Cloth-covered presentation box
  • ISBN: 9782843232510
  • 10.99 lb

Rabbi and doctor of philosophy Marc-Alain Ouaknin is the director of the ALEPH Center for Jewish Studies (Paris) and associate professor at the University of Bar-ilan (Israel), where he teaches philosophy and comparative literature. Among his many works, Ouakin has published The Burnt Book, I'll Tell You a Story, Mysteries of the Alphabet, Mysteries of the Kabbalah, and with Assouline, Symbols of Judaism (1995), and Haggadah: The Passover Story (in collaboration with Gerard Garouste, 2001).


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