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There are many classic and modern haggadot. Any recommendations? If so, why? And if available online (such as at HebrewBooks), please provide a link.

  • Should we close this as "subjective"? I had a similar idea last year and asked it in a more objective fashion: mi.yodeya.com/questions/569/… – Isaac Moses Mar 29 '11 at 15:02
  • Close it as redundant to the other, at least. – msh210 Mar 29 '11 at 15:23
  • If it's acceptable despite subjectivity, then it's not redundant. The other question asked for guidelines, while this one asks for specific recommendations. – Isaac Moses Mar 29 '11 at 15:46
  • Perhaps a way to make this one more objective would be to reframe it as "I'd like a Hagada [that facilitates a Seder] with the following characteristics: ... Which would you recommend, and why?" – Isaac Moses Mar 29 '11 at 15:47
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    @R'Isaac Moses, re your reply to my comment: It's redundant precisely to the extent that it's not subjective: It's the subjective counterpart to the other question. – msh210 Mar 30 '11 at 2:42
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Maxwell House - good to the last drop

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1) Favorite to use YU Hagaddah - Hebrew by Koren

2) Favorite to learn Hagaddah of Gr"a

3) Favorite High-end Moss Hagaddah

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Abarbanel's haggada is a classic. I find myself in awe of it every year over again.

(Mosad R' Kook recently reprinted it, but the old print is on hebrewbooks.)

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The Hirsch Haggadah is excellent, and unusual in that it contains extensive commentary to parts of the haggadah that often get short shrift, such as kiddush and birkas hamazon.

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Haggadah Migdal Eider is a great and classic all rounder.

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  • this one? hebrewbooks.org/10883 is that because of the plethora of perushim (150)? – josh waxman Mar 29 '11 at 21:14
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    It's not really a plethora of perushim. It's just a collection of comments and ideas from a plethora of perushim. They are all highly abridged. Still, I have one and I like using it at the seder, since I can glance at quick snippets from a wide variety of sources. – jake Mar 29 '11 at 22:09
  • yaavetz, exactly my reason. – Yahu Mar 30 '11 at 5:15

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