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Karaites) Gottlober, Abraham Baer

Published by Vilna: Bi-Defus Sh. Y. Fin Ve-?a. Ts. Rozen-Krantz, 1865
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(FT) Hardcover, 8vo, vi, 226 pages. In Hebrew. SUBJECT(S) : Judaism. Karaites. Added title page: Bikkoreth letoldoth hakkaraim. Bibliography on pages 221-222. Gottlober (1810-1899) was a "Hebrew and Yiddish writer and poet. Born in Staro-Konstantinov (Volhynia) , Gottlober was taken to Tarnopol (now Ternopol) , Galicia, by his father at the age of 17. In Galicia he came in contact with the Haskalah, of which he was a staunch advocate most of his life, and met Joseph Perl in 1828. Upon his return to Volhynia, his pious father-in-law, violently opposed to his secular studies, compelled him to divorce his wife. Gottlober, embittered by the affair, developed a hostility toward orthodoxy and ? Asidism which found satiric expression in his writings. At 19 he remarried and moved to Podolia where, under the influence of Menahem Mendel Levin’s works, he began writing in Yiddish and in Hebrew. He wandered from place to place, living between 1830 and 1850 in Bessarabia, Berdichev, and Kremenets. In Kremenets he married for the third time and befriended I. B. Levinsohn. Upon obtaining a government teaching license in 1850, he taught school until 1865 when he was appointed instructor of Talmud at the rabbinical seminary in Zhitomir. There he remained until the government closed down the seminary in 1873" (Patterson in EJ, 2007) . OCLC lists 16 copies worldwide. Water stain to front and back cover and throughout pages. Some stained pages. Wear to cover binding. Otherwise, good condition. (Heb-30-7) Ava heb3, spec5, comhist2. Bookseller Inventory # 27040

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Publisher: Vilna: Bi-Defus Sh. Y. Fin Ve-?a. Ts. Rozen-Krantz

Publication Date: 1865

Binding: Hardcover

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