A collection of Magyar vernacular prayers for Jewish women published in in 1897, written by Arnold Kiss (1869-1940) when he was rabbi of Veszprém. Later, in 1901, he became chief rabbi of Buda. Our copy of Mirjam provided below is the 1904 edition. The publication was followed by a second collection for young Jewish girls, Noémi, published in 1906, also in Magyar.
A subsequent German edition of Mirjam was published in 1907.
This work is in the Public Domain due to its having been published before January 1st 1924.
“Mirjam, by Rabbi Arnold Kiss (1897)” is shared by the living contributor(s) with a Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication 1.0 Universal license.
Works of related interest:
אמרי לב | Meditations and Prayers, an unendorsed revision by Isaac Leeser (1863) of an abridged translation by Hester Rothschild (1855) of a collection of teḥinot by Rabbi Arnaud Aron
אמרי לב | Prières D’un Cœur Israélite, a collection of paraliturgical prayers and teḥinot in French by Jonas Ennery & Rabbi Arnaud Aron (1848/53)
Die Fromme Zionstochter: Andachtsbuch für Israels Frauen und Mädchen, an anthology of teḥinot in German by Max Emanuel Stern (1841, 1846)
Devotional Exercises for the Use of Jewish Women on Public and Domestic Occasions, an anthology of teḥinot by Miriam Wertheimer (1852) translated from the work of Dr. Meïr Letteris (1846)