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The Yom Kippur Anthology
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface xiii
  • Contents xvii
  • Illustrations xxvii
  • I - Yom Kippur in the Bible 3
  • II - Yom Kippur In Postbiblical Writings 12
  • III - Yom Kippur In Talmud and Midrash 20
  • IV - Yom Kippur in Medieval Jewish Literature 36
  • V - Yom Kippur in Jewish Law 43
  • VI - Selected Prayers 48
  • VII - The Paradox of Kol Nidre 84
  • VIII - The Music of The Yom Kippur Liturgy 99
  • IX - Hasidic Tales And Teachings1 113
  • X - Yom Kippur in Modern Prose 124
  • XI - Yom Kippur in Art 156
  • XII - Yom Kippur in Many Lands 163
  • XIII - Yom Kippur in Poetry 219
  • XIV - Yom Kippur In The Short Story 243
  • XV - Pre-Yom Kippur Feasting 319
  • XVI - Yom Kippur Miscellany 323
  • XVII - Children's Stories For Yom Kippur 336
  • XVIII- Children's Poems For Yom Kippur 368
  • Notes 374
  • Glossary of Yom Kippur Terms 385
  • Bibliography 387
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