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viewing issueNumber 14, Fall 5768/2007
Table of Contents
- Midreshei Bitya bat Par'oh; Vayehi beḥatzi halaylah = Midrashim of Bitya, the Daughter of Pharaoh: A Study Companion for the Seder Night; "In the Middle of the Night": Additional Stanzas on Women, and: Simḥas Torah Lied leRivkah Tiktiner = Rebecca Tiktiner's Simhat Torah Poem (review)
- pp. 233-241
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