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Tehillim with Rashi's Commentary

The Oliner Edition

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Learn Tehillim Like Never Before--A Breakthrough Work For Every Home!


Tehillim, psalms, are recited by us all, yet how often do we crave deeper meaning in the timeless words? In this ground-breaking work, Rashi's commentary, clearly translated and annotated into English, gives just that deeper dimension. Carefully crafted by an expert Torah scholar, this edition combines ease-of-use with invaluable insight and illumination. Not only does this work provide the reader with a comprehensive look at Rashi's commentary on Tehillim, but the clarity and principles painstakingly taught here give the reader skills for understanding Rashi's words in his commentaries on other works as well.

With a flowing English translation of the Tehillim text, and a user-friendly, attractive side-by-side English-Hebrew layout, this Tehillim is truly unique. Features every single word of Rashi on the entire Book of Tehillim, translated, and with added notes for greater comprehension. 2-Volume Set.



  • ITEM #: 5388
  • Dimensions: 10 x 7.1 inches, 3 inches deep
  • ISBN: 978-1-59826-381-7
  • Weight: 4.8560 lbs
  • Binding: Hard Cover / 944 pages
  • Published by: Feldheim
  • Translated by: Rabbi Yisrael Isser Zvi Herczeg in collaboration with Rabbi Yoseph Kamenetsky

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    • Mordechai

    A must edition for your library
    I study and refer to it daily

  • Absolutely gorgeous work

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    • 2/27/11

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    • A viewer

    Although I have just received the seforim today in the mail, I felt compelled to share with you my first impressions.
    It is simply stunning.
    Rav Shmuel Kamenetzky's comment from the Ramban, that one has to sit "zayin nekiyim" on every drop of ink in Rashi, was an interesting comment as well.
    I have to keep that in mind next time I prepare something to say on a Rashi.

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