An assessment of their general aims with this haggadah: They try to avoid fluffy, homiletic divrei Torah. They try to avoid vertlach. Where they ask famous questions, they try to get to the underlying peshat of what the haggadah is trying to say, what the basis of the derashot are, and what the haggadah is trying to accomplish at each step. Thus, they also provide an introduction to the structure of the haggadah, and introduce things as Rav's introduction and Shmuel's introduction, etc.. All done in a conversational style.A haggadah my Haburah worked on. If you like it, please pass it on. We would prefer to keep it anonymous but any questions, suggestions, critiques, or criticisms can be sent to:Take care and have a Hag Sameach :)
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