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A Hebrew teacher at the Jewish School in Whitechapel, London in 1952. John Chillingworth/Picture Post/Getty Images.

By Rabbi John Moscowitz.

Alan Mintz was among the most significant figures of the Jewish academy of our day. He died suddenly on May 20, and sadly – he was only 69, and at the apex of a stellar, almost singular, scholarly career in Hebrew literature. Read his compelling and very personal essay in Mosaic of only a couple months ago, “My Life With Hebrew”.

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