The study of Rashi, like all of Torah learning, requires serious effort. This notable work enables the reader to meet the intellectual and spiritual challenge of learning Rashi: to appreciate Rashi's unique style and language, and to comprehend the analytical logic that lies behind his brilliant interpretation.Remember we had said that when Rashi offers two interpretations, it is assumed that the first one is weak in some way. ... If the word van refers to Isaaca#39;s mouth, then the sentence reads: aquot;because he [Esau] put prey in his [Isaaca#39;s] mouth.
|Title||:||What's Bothering Rashi?: Bereishis|
|Publisher||:||Feldheim Publishers - 1997|