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Eḥad mi-kan

race in the American century

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      • Vocalized poems.

        StatementʻAm ʻoved
        PublishersʻAm ʻoved
        Classifications
        LC Classifications2004
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 111 p. :
        Number of Pages43
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10965131673X
        Series
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The treatise, although disorganized and poorly written, is invaluable for giving a realistic picture of the concerns and problems of a medieval Jewish community; religion is revealed in its practical workings, rather than as disembodied theories.

794 119 22 40 105 27 C 43 569 39 158. But will is a secondary cause, and is not under compulsion on the part of the first cause.

Mi Kan from Riverdale, MD, age 54

Judah ha-Levi had a very wide circle of acquaintances and maintained relationships with many famous contemporaries in Spain as well as abroad. Among ornamental devices are a bird on a tree, a basket of flowers and fruit, Eḥad mi-kan cluster of grapes, and the royal Turkish arms.

It is not that subsisting between a despot and his abject, helpless slaves, but that between a loving father and his children. It seemed to him that his youth was restored; creative forces stirred within him, and he wrote prolifically and easily.

The Soviet Union eventually banned Hebrew culture, and it also decayed in Eḥad mi-kan eastern European countries and in Germany as the position of Jews deteriorated.