To help me prepare for conducting seders again this year, can anyone point me to a compilation of teachings or stories involving any or all of the rabbis in the hagadda?
- Autobiographical tidbits?
- Aggadic tales?
- Other insights or interesting information on them?
Yes, I could scour various sources, but perhaps people have done this before and I could stand on their shoulders, or at least borrow from them.
Alternative, even single contributions would be helpful (as opposed to compilations).
For example, Ben Zoma is quoted in the Ethics of the Fathers as saying, "Ben Zoma says: Who is brave? The one who subdues his negative inclination." - Avot 4:1.