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Tsena u-Rena. Five books of Torah with commentary. Exodus Leviticus : based on the Basel edition of 1622 (Ch.2,3)

tsena u-Rena - is the most renowned book in Yiddish. .The title are the first words of the verse from song of Songs: "Arise and see, daughters of Zion." Retelling of the text of the Torah (Pentateuch) is interwoven with comments, many parables and tales drawn from Midrash, Talmud and subsequent Jewish literature. Simplicity and simplicity of style, a kind of rhythm and emotion feelings contributed .that tsena y-Rena has become a popular folk book for family reading. she became a mistress of doom of the Jewish woman, her guide and mentor, introduced her to the traditions and faith of the people, with all the inner spiritual world Jewry. During a long series of generations was not the Jewish home, where would be absent from tsena-Rena, and from it every Saturday a Jewish woman read aloud to their children about the great events of the past and of the wise counsel of the great nation of Israel. .From the "Jewish encyclopedia" of 1913.
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tsena u-Rena - is the most renowned book in Yiddish. .The title are the first words of the verse from song of Songs: "Arise and see, daughters of Zion." Retelling of the text of the Torah (Pentateuch) is interwoven with comments, many parables and tales drawn from Midrash, Talmud and subsequent Jewish literature. Simplicity and simplicity of style, a kind of rhythm and emotion feelings contributed .that tsena y-Rena has become a popular folk book for family reading. she became a mistress of doom of the Jewish woman, her guide and mentor, introduced her to the traditions and faith of the people, with all the inner spiritual world Jewry. During a long series of generations was not the Jewish home, where would be absent from tsena-Rena, and from it every Saturday a Jewish woman read aloud to their children about the great events of the past and of the wise counsel of the great nation of Israel. .From the "Jewish encyclopedia" of 1913.
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