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Does anyone know any books/seforim similar to Ezra Zion Malamed's "Mefarshei Ha'Mikra, which is a book that goes through the methodology of many meforshim and also examples of pasukim and their drash/peshat meanings?

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Could you please elaborate more in your question about what this book is about? – Isaac Moses Mar 3 '11 at 21:51
Thanks for adding a description. – Isaac Moses Mar 7 '11 at 22:50
Same as the second Author of this Dictionary Practical Talmud Dictionary: amazon.com/Practical-Talmud-Dictionary-English-Hebrew/dp/… – SimchasTorah Mar 8 '11 at 3:31

Try "Masters of the Word", by R' Yonatan Kolatch.

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