Good. No dust jacket as issued. Hardcover in clean, sound condition with mild-to-moderate cover wear including a couple scrapes/blemishes on front; no dust jacket, possibly as issued; interior very good--pages crisp, new-looking, appear unmarked; easy to read, as print is a little larger than usual; 181 pgs. including Chapter Notes, Selected Bibliography, and Index; Alpha Publishing Co., 1986, part of The Hebraica / Judaica Bookshelf (see picture of my book within this description)
Near Fine. No Jacket. In "Jewish Prayer" the author shares what he has learned about the Jewish worship service in regard to the origins of the prayers and the reasons for their inclusion in the service. His purpose is to discuss the structure of the prayer services, the customs associated with them, and the underlying religious and philosophical concepts. He has also attempted to make known the source and rationale of the rituals and, in "lawyerly fashion, " has attempted to cite for the reader the most appropriate authority known at the time.
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