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Succos - Its Significance, Laws & Prayers
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Succos - Its Significance, Laws & Prayers

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This volume contains a kaleidoscope of observances, laws, insights, and prayers. It sheds light on Succos, the festival that has a dual role in Jewish religious life: it is the culmination of the Days of Awe and also the concluding festival in the annual pilgrimage cycle.
The book contains four enlightening parts:
  • An Overview of Succos, containing a broad Hashkafah / philosophical discussion of the holiday and its role in the life of the individual Jew and the entire nation.
  • Insights and Background, presenting a fascinating and delightful collection of ideas, stories, sayings, and interpretations regarding the festival, the booth, the Four Species, and much more.
  • The Laws of Succos, an authoritative digest of the relevant Halachah literature so that scholar and layman can review the laws of the festival observances.
  • The Prayers of the succah-booth and the Four Species, with an original translation and an anthologized commentary drawn from two millenia of Rabbinic literature.
The sum of these four parts is a magnificent contribution to the understanding and appreciation of a joyous, meaningful, inspiring festival. The Book of Succos is a bountiful tribute to the eternal relevance of the Jewish heritage. It is a treasure worthy of every holiday table and library shelf.

Details:
  • By Rabbi Hersh Goldwurm and Rabbi Avie Gold
  • Edited by Rabbi Nosson Scherman and Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz
  • 6"x9" (191 Pages)Publisher: ArtScroll , 1989
  • Part of the "ArtScroll Holiday Series" series.




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