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Cover Type: Hardcover
Condition: Used - Very Good
No. of Pages: 96
Publisher: Artscroll
ISBN: 9781578191604
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The Book of Yonah: Journey of the Soul by Rabbi Moshe Schapiro

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In Aderes Eliyahu, the Vilna Gaon presents a deeper dimension to the Book of Yonah/Jonah. He explains it as an allegory of the story of the human soul and its struggle with and victory over a body and planet inhospitable to its spiritual mission. Adapted from the Gaon's commentary by Rabbi Moshe Schapiro.