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Diane Publishing Books
Patrice Morris (il)
Among the myriad holdings of the Library of Congress is a world-class collection of Judaica. The designs featured within this journal are from an exceptionally beautiful Hebrew alphabet book from the Library’s collections. The work of 2 Jerusalemites associated with the Bezalel School of Art -- Levin Kipnis, who contributed the verses, and Ze’ev Raban, the artwork -- “Alef-Bet” was printed in Berlin in 1923. Each letter of the alphabet is accompanied by an illustration, the name of which in Hebrew begins with that letter. The embossed design on the front of the full-leather cover is adapted from a woodcut illustration in “Minhagim,” a book about Jewish customs published in 1707. It depicts the sounding of the shofar during the Days of Awe.
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