Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

ha-Talmud u-mada'e ha-tevel, ve-hu mavo ha-talmud 'al pi netivot ha'hakhmah. Netivot ha-talmud, sefer alef: Berakhot Babli, sefer bet: Berakhot Yerushalmi/ HaTalmud umadaej Hatevel (The Talmud and Universal Sciences). Introduction of Talmud by the vay [typo in original] of wisdom. And: Netivot Hatalmud (The vays of the Talmud). I. Treatise: Berahot Bavli. II. Treatise: Barehot Jerushalmi. [SIGNED BY AUTHOR/ RELATIVE OF AUTHOR (?)]

Lemberg: NP, 1928. Unknown edition, published in the same year as the first (Lavuv-) edition. Hardcover. Both the Hebrew and the English title page have a handwritten signature, which appears to be Kamelhar's (either the author or a family member). On the English title page, the signature is over a stamp that reads: "Rabbi K. Kamelhar".
Folio. 126pp. 39ppp. 28pp. Three volumes in one. Quarter leather over embossed black cloth. Four title pages. A bilingual ( English & Hebrew) title page to first volume. Separate title page for each Netivot. Rabbi Kamelhar was an author of several biographies of Hasidic leaders. This work provides a "scientific" methodology of the Talmud which includes general rules and principles derived from the Talmud, Rashi and Tosafot of the Tractate Berkatot. Included in this volume is a bibliography of various articles that encompass science, literature and the Talmud. Topics include Medicine, Astronomy, Mathematics, Zoology,History,etc. Covers are worn along the edges. Both covers are loose. One of the endpapers is detached but present. Hebrew. Overall good condition. g. Item #12407

Bet Eked V. 4, p.1105, item # 1387.

Price: $450.00

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