Publisher: E J Brill, 1992
Hardback, no Dust-jacket, pp.142
Condition: Used – Good, bound in green book cloth with gilt lettering to spine and front cover. Bearing the book-plate of Purdue University, it is otherwise a crisp and tight copy of an exceptional work. Free from notes, highlights and general library marks.
Although much has been written about the philosophy of Hasidism, the same cannot be said of the daily practice of Hasidic life. In this respect the present study forms an exception as it is an ethnographic account of a Hasidic group in Mea Shearim, Jerusalem, otherwise known as the ‘Guardian of the Faithful Community of Mea Shearim’.