Le-Bene Yisrael, R. Israel Benjamin Bendet Fivelzohn, Grajewo, Poland 1908 (47586)

לבני ישראל - First Edition

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Lot Number: 47586
Title (English): Le-Bene Yisrael
Title (Hebrew): לבני ישראל
Note: First Edition
Author: R. Israel Benjamin Bendet Fivelzohn
City: Grajewo, Poland
Publisher: Pirka
Publication Date: 1908
Estimated Price: $200.00 USD - $500.00 USD
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Physical Description

First edition, quarto, 64, [1]; 78, [1] ff. 220: 150 mm., nice margins, light damp & age staining. A good copy bound in contemporary boards, rubbed.

 

Detail Description

First edition of these two-part ethical discourses by R. Israel Benjamin Bendet Fivelzohn (1865-1937). The title-page has as a header the verse “Thus shall you say to the house of Jacob, and tell the people of Israel” (Exodus 19:3) and then describes Le-Bene Yisrael as advice and counsel to raise the horn of our people and to exalt our Torah. The first part of the work is entitled Haderet Kodesh. Meditiations (thoughts) on the Yamim Nora’im) and describes R. Fivelzohn as the rav if Beimagala. The verso of the title-page has an approbation rom R. Abba Joshua Heschel shin, followed by the contents which list twelve discourses beginning with Yom ha-Teruah, Melkh yoshev as Kesai din, Yom Haras Olam, and concluding with Shema be-Koli. The second part has a like title-page followed by an approbation from R. Israel Bendet. The contents are enumerated at the end of the book, deviding the text into fourteen sections, each addressing different mo’edim. Le-Bene Yisrael is a rich work of varied and interesting discourses.

 

Hebrew Description

לבני ישראל : ... מעצות ודעת להרים קרן עמנו ברוממות תורתנו ... / מאת ישראל בנימין בענדט באמו"ר ברוך פייוולזאהן ...

ספר א: חרדת קדש (הגיונות לימים הנוראים). [1], ס ד'.

ספר ב: הדרת קדש (הגיונות למועדי קדש). עט, [1] ד'.

 

References

BE lamed 125