Divrei Shalom ve-Emet, R. Jacob Lipschitz, Warsaw 1884 (50734)

דברי שלום ואמת - Polemic - Anti-Haskalah

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Lot Number: 50734
Title (English): Divrei Shalom ve-Emet
Title (Hebrew): דברי שלום ואמת
Note: Polemic - Anti-Haskalah
Author: R. Jacob Lipschitz
City: Warsaw
Publisher: Alexander Ginz
Publication Date: 1884
Estimated Price: $200.00 USD - $500.00 USD
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Description

Physical Description

Only edition. 62 pp., octavo, 208:133 mm., nice margins, usual age staining, stamps. A very good copy bound in later boards.

 

Detail Description

Against the proposal to establish a rabbinical seminary in Russia. <p> R. Jacob ha-Levi Lipschitz (1838–1921), Hebrew writer and opponent of the Haskalah. Born in Vilkomir (Ukmerge), Lithuania, Lipschitz was the secretary, assistant, and representative on public affairs for R. Isaac Elhanan Spektor from 1870 to 1896. He was one of the organizers of the fact-finding mission on the 1881–82 pogroms and persecutions of Russian Jewry which sent reports to the Jewish centers of Western Europe. He wrote sharply-worded articles (usually anonymous) against the Haskalah and its leaders, gradually becoming the leading Orthodox journalist and Orthodoxy's spokesman in its polemics against the religious reforms proposed by the Hebrew writers M. L. Lilienblum and J. L. Gordon. He encouraged the publications of the religious press (e.g., Ha-Levanon, Ha-Kerem, Ha-Peles, Ha-Modi'a), to which he contributed regularly. He issued manifestos and lampoons against the Zionist movement from his office in Kovno ("the Black Office" to his opponents). His books include: a biography of R. Spektor (Toledot Yizhak, 1897; also in Yid. as Ge'on Yizhak, 1899). His Orthodox ideology is presented in Sefer Mahazikei ha-Dat (1903). His Zikhron Ya'akov (3 pts., 1924–30), which he wrote during his World War I exile in the Ukraine, contains historical notes and personal memories. It was published after his death by his son R. Nathan Nata Lipschitz and is an important source for the history of the Jews in Russia during the 19th century.
 

Hebrew Description

ע"ד... שאלת הרבנות... יצא לאור על ידי יעקב הלוי ליפשיץ מקאוונא... <p>כולל גם "תשובת... ד"ר אברהם אלי' הרכבי נ"י במכ"ע 'הלבנון' גליון 32 שנה שש עשרה" אל ר' יחיאל ברי"ל על "שאלת הרבנים בארצנו וע"ד חברת מרבי השכלה".

 

References

Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000144714; EJ