The three pillars: thought, worship and practice for the Jewish woman

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Title

The three pillars: thought, worship and practice for the Jewish woman

Subject

Melamed, Deborah M. (Deborah Marcus)
Judaica
Book covers
Jewish women

Description

"This book is a brief exposition of those aspects of Jewish life which have special significance for the woman … it focuses the attention only on those fundamentals with which every modern Jewish woman should be familiar." – Preface. This concise volume covers home life, Shabbat, holidays, dietary laws, and life-cycle events such as birth, circumcision, bar mitzvah, death, burial, and mourning.

Abstract

Book cover of Deborah M. Melamed's The three pillars: thought, worship and practice for the Jewish woman

Creator

Melamed, Deborah M. (Deborah Marcus)

Publisher

Women

Date Created

1927

Rights

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Access Rights

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Is Part Of

Solomon M. Hyams Collection of the Boston Medical Library (1.Mm.5)

Format

text

Extent

Book cover

Language

English

Identifier

DigID0002765

Provenance

Purchased for the Solomon M. Hyams Collection of the Boston Medical Library, 1937?

Files

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Citation

Melamed, Deborah M. (Deborah Marcus), “The three pillars: thought, worship and practice for the Jewish woman ,” OnView: Digital Collections & Exhibits, accessed January 29, 2020, http://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/12981.

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