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URJ Books And Music :: Sacred Texts :: Bible Legends: An Introduction to Midrash, Vol. Two: Exodus

Bible Legends: An Introduction to Midrash, Vol. Two: Exodus
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ISBN: 0-8074-0412-8

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Bible Legends: An Introduction to Midrash, Vol. Two: Exodus

Lillian S. Freehof with introductions and commentaries by Howard Schwartz, illustrated by Phyllis Tarlow

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Collecting some of the most appealing and well-known legends from the Talmud and Midrash, editor Howard Schwartz provides introductory notes to stories selected from Lillian Freehof's groundbreaking study of Jewish legends for children.An Audre and Bernard Rapoport book.

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Freehof, Lillian
Schwartz, Howard
Tarlow, Phyllis

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