Early Works

18th-century works containing teachings of the founder of chasidut, the Baal Shem Tov (Rabbi Yisrael ben Eliezer), and his students.

Breslov

19th-century works of the great-grandson of the Baal Shem Tov and founder of the Breslov movement, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, and of his foremost student, Rebbe Natan Sternhartz.

Izhbitz

Works from the Izhbitz-Radzin school of chasidut, formed in early 19th-century Poland by Rabbi Mordechai Leiner (known as “the Izhbitzer” or “the Mei HaShiloach”).

R' Tzadok HaKohen

Works of the 19th-century Reb Tzadok HaKohen Rabinowitz, who came from an anti-chasidic background but became a disciple of the Izhbitzer and ultimately a leader of a group of chasidim in Lublin, Poland.

Other Chasidut Works