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Lot #    24617
Auction End Date    9/22/2009 10:39:00 AM (mm/dd/yyyy)
          
Title Information
Title (English)    Derashot el-Ammi, Parts 2-3
Title (Hebrew)    דרשות אל-עמי חלק ב-ג
Author    [First Ed.] R. Moses Avigdor Amiel
City    Antwerp
Publisher    Joseph Plesner
Publication Date    1926-29
          
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
          
Description Information
Physical
Description
   Only edition. [5], 256, [1]; [3], 307, [1] pp. octavo 234:150 mm., usual light age staining. A very good copy bound in contemporary boards, rubbed.
          
Detailed
Description
   First edition of parts two and three of discourses by R. Moses Avigdor Amiel (1883–1946) rabbi, religious thinker, and author. R. Amiel studied under his father and at the Telz yeshiva. From there he proceeded to Vilna where he studied under R. Hayyim Soloveichik and R. Hayyim Ozzer Grodzinski. At the age of 22 Amiel became rabbi of Swieciany, and in 1913, rabbi of Grajewo. One of the first rabbis to join the Mizrachi movement, he began publishing articles, noted for their lucid literary style, on communal and national questions and presenting his outlook on Judaism and the ideology of religious Zionism. In 1920 Amiel was elected rabbi of Antwerp, where his initial public appearance at the Mizrachi convention immediately established him as one of the chief ideologists of religious Zionism. In Antwerp Amiel created a wide network of educational and communal institutions from Jewish day schools to a yeshiva, where he lectured. In 1936 Amiel was elected chief rabbi of Tel Aviv where he found further scope for his varied activities. He established the modern high school yeshiva "Ha-Yishuv he-Hadash," now named after him. The school combined talmudic and secular studies and was the first of its kind in Erez Israel. Amiel's first halakhic publication was Darkhei Moshe followed by his three-volume Ha Middot le-Heker ha-Halakhah. A renowned preacher, he published the homiletical works Derashot el Ammi and Hegyonot el Ammi. Amiel was a regular contributor to the religious press.
          
Paragraph 2    דבר בעתו לכל תקופות השנה והמועדים... מאת משה אביגדור בהר"ר יעקב יוסף נ"י עמיאל אבד"ק אנטוורפן >ומלפנים רב ואב"ד בק' גראיובה ושווינצאן...<... חלק א-ג.

ב: "חלק ד' עמו". לתקופת שלש רגלים. הוצאת אריה ליב נייברג, בדפוס יוסף פלעסנר באנטוורפן. תרפ"ו. [5], 256, [1] עמ'. ג: "זכר ימות עולם. לחגים וזמנים שונים: חנוכה, פורים, ארבע פרשיות, ז אדר, שבת הגדול ושבת נחמו". בדפוס יוסף פלעסנר באנטוורפן. תרפ"ט. [3], שז, [1] עמ'.

          
Reference
Description
   BE daled 1366; EJ; CD-EPI 0155895
        
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Listing Classification
Period
20th Century:    Checked
  
Location
Holland:    Checked
  
Subject
Homiletics:    Checked
  
Characteristic
First Editions:    Checked
Language:    Hebrew
  
Manuscript Type
  
Kind of Judaica