Passover Haggadah: Revised Edition, a New English Translation and Instructions for the Seder

by Rabbi. Nathan Goldberg

Other authorsMorris A. Gutstein
Book, 1993



Call number

244 GOL


New York : Ktav Pub. House, 1993


In each and every generation we tell the story of the exodus from Egypt. The text of the Haggadah hasn't changed. The Red Sea remains the same sea, there are still ten plagues, the Ma nishtana has certainly not changed, and the one who doesn't know how to ask still doesn't know. 'Asufa Design' has brought together the best of israel's illustrators and graphic designers to take part of this unique production, which relates those days to our time ...

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LibraryThing member raizel
This is basically the Haggadah I grew up with; it is from 1986, so slightly revised perhaps. There is no "Table of Contents"---Kadesh Urhatz. Also no commentary. The illustrations are various shades of blue and small. The text is two columns---one Hebrew and one English, with transliterations of
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what is said or sung by everyone. An introductory page thanks the Orthodox rabbis and scholars who helped with the book. It is followed by a page showing the order of the seder plate and what goes on the seder table.
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