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Is Netziv's Ha'emek She'eila available online somewhere?

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    Your second question belongs on meta.judaism.stackexchange.com actually. – Danny Schoemann Jun 30 '14 at 12:27
  • The length standard is there for a reason; feel free to bring it up on Mi Yodeya Meta if you wish; but don't try to get around it by putting in unrelated material. Ways you could have improved this question and increased its length in one fell swoop are linking to a biography of the N'tziv or a description of the sefer or indicating where you already had checked for the sefer (so that people not duplicate your work). – msh210 Jun 30 '14 at 18:15
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Yes, Ha'emek She'elah is on Hebrewbooks.org, though they aren't labelled as such (you have to search for 'Sheiltos')

Links:

Vol 1 on Beraishis-Shemos

Vol 2 on Vayikra

Vol 3 on Bamidbar-Devarim

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  • I didn't think to search for the wrong spelling of a partial name of the work without mentioning the author! – TzGaBeR Jul 1 '14 at 20:17
  • @TzGaBeR It's not a wrong spelling. העמק שאלה is the Netziv's commentary on the שאילתות דרב אחאי גאון, and it frequently included in editions of the שאילתות. – Fred Jul 1 '14 at 20:58

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