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Vayikra: (lit. “And He called”); a) the Book of Leviticus; b) the first Torah reading in that book
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Analysis of Rashi's first comment on the book of Leviticus – G-d calling Moses prior to speaking to him – through the lens of ancient manuscripts of Rashi.
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