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Rats le-Mishneh, R. Tzevi ben Ze’ev, Breslau 1857

רץ למשנה - Only Edition

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  • Lot Number 51368
  • Title (English) Rats le-Mishneh
  • Title (Hebrew) רץ למשנה
  • Note Only Edition
  • Author R. Tzevi ben Ze’ev
  • City Breslau
  • Publisher דפוס הירש זולצבאך
  • Publication Date 1857
  • Estimated Price - Low 200
  • Estimated Price - High 500

  • Item # 1925661
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Physical Description:

Only edition, quarto, [3], 47 ff, [1], 240:185 mm., wide margins, age and damp staining. A very good copy bound in later boards.

 

Detailed Description:   

Only edition of this commentary on Mishnayot by  R. Tzevi {Hirsch] ben Ze’ev Klausner. The title-page is followed by eight approbations, including one from R. Meir Leibush Malbim and then the names of the promeratim, that is, the contributors who made publication possible. There is an introduction by the author and then the commentary, given by chapter. Rats le-Mishneh is a comprehensive, rare explanation of Mishnayot.

R. Tzevi Hirsch ben Zev Klausner (1802–1887) was a rabbi and author. R. Klausner received his education from his father, R. Ze’ev Wolf of Rawicz (1761–1861), a scholar, who from 1804 to 1811 was rabbi of Oborniki, and from 1811 until his death, of Exin (Kcynia), where he was head of a yeshivah. One of four children, Ẓevi Hirsch suffered greatly during his lifetime, wandering from place to place. After the successive deaths of two wives, he married a third time and settled in the small town of Mechisko. There, isolated from all intellectual contact, he published his works. Raẓ le-Mishnah (1857), on the commentators to the Mishnah, attempts in particular to resolve the well-known difficulties in the Mishnah raised by Akiva Eger, and has a moving introduction by Klausner to explain his "impertinence." He added supplements to this work, one entitled Ta ha-Raẓim (1864), and two poems by his brothers, Mordecai Isaac and Jacob. The books received approbations, particularly from the rabbis of Germany.

 

Hebrew Description:

(חדושים על המשנה) אשר חברתי ... אני... צבי (הירש) בן אאמ"ו... מו"ה זאב (וואלף קלויזנער) אב"ד דק"ק עקצין (פה מיעשיסקא).

בראש הספר: פילפא חריפתא מאדוני אבי... על התוי"ט [התוספות יום טוב] דפ"ב דמכשירין משנה ט; מה שהביא לי אחי הקטן ממני בשנים ... מו"ה מרדכי איצק מבוק... על מה שכתבתי בנדרים פ"ט מ"ב.

 

References:

BE resh 465; Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000164245