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Women at the seder

a Passover Haggadah : [Hagadah shel Pesa.h]

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Published by KTAV in Jersey City, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Haggadah,
  • Haggadot -- Texts,
  • Seder -- Liturgy -- Texts,
  • Judaism -- Liturgy -- Texts,
  • Jewish women -- Religious life

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHagadah shel Pesaḥ.
    Statement[commentary by] Joel B. Wolowelsky.
    GenreTexts.
    ContributionsWolowelsky, Joel B.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM674.643 .W65 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 105 p. :
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21113131M
    ISBN 100881258695
    LC Control Number2004019273
    OCLC/WorldCa56329443


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This book, together with its companion, The Women's Passover Companion, is a wonderful, wide-ranging compilation of beautifully composed thoughts, rituals, readings, and reflections by women from across an incredible spectrum of backgrounds/5(5). The Women's Seder Sourcebook: Rituals & Readings for Use at the Passover Seder.

The Rebel Women of Passover by Eliana Melmed He talks about how he can remember being at the Seder table with his grandfather, who was once at a Seder table with his grandfather, and if you follow the generations back only a few more times you are right back at the original Pesach celebration, the escape from Egypt.

‎With diverse and robust voices, women are reclaiming their place at the seder table. This complete sourcebook and guide shows you how to do it, too.

For the first time, contemporary Jewish women's writings on the Passover seder are gathered in one comprehensive and. Introduction This Haggadah (Passover guide) is designed to be a simple and easy-to-print reference for non-Hebrew speakers. It contains the basic information needed to conduct a Passover is not intended to be a full Haggadah, which would contain a complete text of the traditional Seder, and would usually have interesting artwork, commentaries, and additional information and history.

Whether the seder plate be creatively redesigned to accommodate the fish, as Yael Levine suggests (All the Women Followed Her), or the fish is simply placed on a small dish somewhere on the table, it stimulates questions and provides an opportunity to relate the contributions of "the righteous women" to our past and future liberation.5/5(1).

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With diverse and robust voices, women are reclaiming their place at the seder table. This complete sourcebook and guide Brand: Jewish Lights Publishing. The Women's Seder Sourcebook Rituals & Readings for Use at the Passover Seder.

Edited by Rabbi Sharon Cohen Anisfeld, Tara Mohr, and Catherine Spector. 6 x 9, pp, Quality Paperback, Click below to purchase. Sarah, Miriam, & Esther at the Seder. Where are the daughters of Sarah. Sarah, the matriarch, is the mother of all Jewish women, for the line of the covenant is traced through her flesh.

A woman of wisdom and beauty, she was a priestess in her own right. Perhaps more than anything else, Sarah is remembered for her laughter.