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Judaism Reading List: Chasidism (Pt. VIII)

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              Selected Sources for Additional Reading on Judaism
		 Part VIII:  Chassidism and Chassidic Thought
         [Last Change: $Date: 1995/10/19 15:21:28 $ $Revision: 1.2 $]
                    [Last Post: Mon Feb 16 11:07:06 US/Pacific 2004]

     There is nothing more uniquely characteristic of the style of
     Jewish religious life than the great love Jews have for holy books.
   This list provides a collection of sources on the various forms of
   Chassidism, a more mystical and exuberant side of traditional Judaism.
   Note that no book can substitute for a formal course of instruction
   guided by one's Rebbe. A high-level summary of Chassidism can be found
   at [6]
    Where Can I Get The Books
     * Many of these books are available through general bookstores or
       Judaica bookstores. A list of links to these may be found in the
       [7]sources section of the [8]General Reading List (if you are
       reading this at [9], you can simply click on the
       "Sources" button in the header navigation bar).
     * Kehot and "Sichos in English" are the publishing arms of Chabad
       Lubavitch. They are on-line at [10]
       Their books may be ordered from Kehot at 770 Eastern Parkway,
       Brooklyn, New York. A number of these books are available
   [Amazon Associate] The S.C.J Reading List has established an affiliate
   relationship with Amazon.Com. ([11] Now you
   can complete your library and support the continued development of the
   Reading Lists at the same time, for many books on the reading list are
   available through Amazon. For those reading this at
   [12], you can click the link to the
   left to browse Amazon's selections. Alternatively, if you enter Amazon
   using the URL
   sh, the reading lists will get credit for your entry. Additionally,
   when you see the Amazon graphic [14][If you were at,
   the graphic would be here] (or "[Buy at Amazon: http:...]") on an
   entry in the reading list, this indicates that the specific book is
   available for purchase at Amazon. Click on the graphic/link to go to
   Amazon and purchase the book.

   Reproduction of this posting for commercial use is subject to
   restriction. See Part 1 (general) for more details.

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