When you open the pages of this magnificent volume, you will feel the presence of a bygone era virtually come alive. Rarely does a text manage to document the spirit of a time and place and capture the essence of a Gadol B'Torah as Rabbi Meller does in The Brisker Rav. The first volume in this series traces the life of the Brisker Rav from his early days in Volozhin and his position as Rav of Brisk to his turbulent years as a refugee from the Nazis, and ends with his arrival in Eretz Yisroel. So much more than just a biography - the painstaking research, rare documents and photographs, Torah insights, amazing stories, anecdotes, and attention to detail - all combine to create a text that puts a century of Jewish life at your fingertips.Beautifully written and handsomely crafted, this is a sefer you will certainly turn to - for information & inspiration - time and again.
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Book Description Feldheim, 1656. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1583309691
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