R' Hirsch's Writings

"It is not in sorrow and sadness, not in self-castigation and torture that Judaism reaches its highest level; its holiest goal is serenity, gladness, and joy."  R' Hirsch, Judaism Eternal, Vol. I, "Shebat," p. 39.   Jewish Joyfulness

Written by Rav Hirsch:

Iggereth Tzafun/19 Letters
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B. Drachman translation in pdf

Online via Google books



Horeb

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חורב

Chorev (Hebrew Only)

Gesammelte Schriften - 6 Volumes/Collected Writings - 9 Volumes

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download Gesammelte Schriften in pdf from the Goethe Universitat in Frankfurt Am Main



The Pentateuch, Commentary on Chumash  

Der Pentateuch - German

  
                                                                    

Isaac Levy Translation/7 Volumes    Daniel Haberman translation/ 6 Volumes
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Index to the Hirsch Chumash

Index to The Hirsch Chumash


HIRSCH CHUMASH (Hebrew Only), 5 VOLUME SET


The Hirsch Tehillim
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The Hirsch Siddur
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Shemesh Marpeh

Shilos v'teshuvos, chidushei ha-shas, and letters


Selections from or Adaptations of R' Hirsch's Writings: 


Timeless Torah - Anthology of R' Hirsch's Writings.
Paperback here.



Terumath Tzvi
Abridged Commentary on Chumash
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From the Wisdom of Mishle
From the Wisdom of Mishle

Hirsch Pirkei Avos
The Hirsch Pirkei Avos

On line via Google books

The Joy of Educating Children



AVNEI CHINUCH











Written About R' Hirsch and his teachings:

Biography: Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch



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Mishnaso Veshitaso (Hebrew Only)
Mishnaso Veshitaso (Hebrew Only)


SHEMESH MARPE
selections from the Pentateuch, translated into Hebrew

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Three Generations
Isadore Grunfeld


"Most interesting is the response of R. Avrohom Mordechai Alter, the Gerrer rebbe. The Rebbe did not reply at first to R' Schwab's question, but R. Schwab had the opportunity to meet him personally and asked him the question directly. The Rebbe then responded by saying:

כֹּל אֲשֶׁר תֹּאמַר אֵלֶיךָ שָׂרָה שְׁמַע בְּקֹלָהּ

 R Schwab was understandably perplexed by the rebbe's response until the gabbai clarified matters for him by pointing out that שָׂרָה is an acronym for Shamshon Raphael Hirsch."

Rav Breuer, His Life and Legacy, Kranzler & Landesman, p. 185, footnote 12.


Torah Im Derech Eretz in Hirsch's Writings

On Zionism



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