By the author of 'Rabbinic Psychology'.
This book is intended for the average man, who has neither the time nor the patience to read bulky volumes of sermons and intricate religious discourses. The modest size and varied contents of the volume, and the simple themes of the sermons bearing on problems affecting South African Jewry, will impose no effort on the casual reader.
Edward Goldston. 1948. Hard cover. Dark blue boards with gilt titles on spine. 172 pages.
Book condition: General wear, rubbing and staining to the boards. Light bumping to the head and heel of the spine and corners of the boards. Otherwise the binding is tight and square and the book is internally clean.