For thousands of years traditional Jews have had their own way of learning. Paired up in a crowded room, loudly confronting Talmudic texts and their medieval commentaries, they projected the joyous noise of a noisy library. Through these textual encounters, they came to know each other as they engaged in discourse with rabbis who have lived and continue to live on these pages for the last two millennia.
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