Hebrew Literature: Hebrew Melodies and the Kabbala Unveiled, 1901

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Kessinger Publishing, 2003 M08 1 - 416 pages
1901. Hebrew literature contains some of the most profound and most influential productions of the human spirit. It constitutes a potent factor in modern civilization, and possesses merits which place it far above most other literatures in the world. The common salutation of the Hebrew is 'peace,' while that of the Greeks is 'grace,' and that of the Romans, 'safety.' Contents: The Talmud; Kabbalah Unveiled; Hebrew Melodies.

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