Rabbi Elimelech Lippman of Lyzhansk: The Noam Elimelech
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Biographical short story"Chayim S. Chasan" appears in the table of contents, but not on the actual article page. It was one of the pseudonyms used by Hallie Lynn (Chaya Sarah) Cantor, writer and associate editor of THE JEWISH READER.
Story of Rabbi Elimelech Lippman of Lyzhansk, author of NOAM ELIMELECH.
Chasan, C.S. (1992, February / Adar I 5752). Rabbi Elimelech Lippman of Lyzhansk: The Noam Elimelech. The Jewish Reader, 4,6, 21-23.
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