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A house and its upper floor, pages 116b to 119a By Lawrence F. Layfer (128 Pages)Publisher: Devora Publishing, 2008
This book is aimed at the first time Talmud student. Rather than focus on the many rules of Talmudic interpretation, offer a long history of Talmudic development, or discuss the rabbis whose comments we read, the author has chosen to focus on the discussion of a single chapter as an introduction to, as the rabbis call it, swimming in the sea of Talmud .
The Mishnah and Gemara, which are the Talmudic text itself, are highlighted in bold letters. The commentary is in regular type. The goal is for the reader to get a sense of how a chapter of Talmud works. More important, at the conclusion of the study, the reader will be able to say with satisfaction that he or she has studied a chapter, and for the most part understands some of the basics of Talmud study. This will make the reader a part of the long line of receivers and transmitters of the Oral Law.
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