Which three things is the Pasuk referring to?


Rashi, Rashbam and Targum Yonasan: He neither makes Yi'ud with her himself nor to his son, nor does she redeem herself 1 (or he does not let her do so - Rashbam). 2


Hadar Zekenim (8): He neither makes Yi'ud with her himself or to his son, and did not take her for a concubine.


Ohr ha'Chayim: He [did Yi'ud, but] did not give to her She'er Kesus v'Onah. There is no money, but he divorces her with a Get 3 , for she is his Arusah.


Mechilta: It cannot refer to She'er, K'sus ve'Onah, since they are written in connection with the Bas Yisrael, (Refer to 21:10:5:1), whereas this Pasuk is written in connection with the Amah Ivriyah.


Hadar Zekenim (8): This is difficult, for this does not depend on her master! Some say that he did not give Ha'anakah after Pidyon. This is difficult, for some say that there is no Ha'anakah after Pidyon! (Also, what is the Chidush that if he did not give Ha'anakah, she goes out without money? - PF)


Da'as Zekenim, Moshav Zekenim, Rosh: This is wrong. The verse connotes that she goes out without anything, but she needs a Get, for she is a full wife! Rather, it is like Rashi explained (refer to 12:11:1:1).



Rashi writes that "v'Yatz'ah Chinam" teaches that she goes free with Simanim [of Na'arus]. Why did the Torah need to write "Ein Kasef"?


Rashi: Because had the Torah only written "Ve'yatz'ah Chinam", we would have thought that she does not go free until she becomes a Bogeres. 1


Targum Yonasan and Mechilta: To teach us that she does require a Get. 2


Kidushin 4a: The Torah needs to teach that an Ailonis goes free at Bagrus; she was never a Na'arah.


Yerushalmi Kidushin, 1:2: It teaches us that an Amah Ivriyah can be acquired with money. 3


Kesuvos, 46b: To extrapolate ' "Ein Kasef" le'Adon Zeh, Aval Yesh Kesef le'Adon Acher'


Riva citing R. Binyamin: Since we need "Bito


Rashi writes that "v'Yatz'ah Chinam" teaches going free at Na'arus, and "Ein Kasef" teaches so about Bagrus. Kidushin 4a expounds oppositely!


Riva citing R"A, Moshav Zekenim citing the Yerushalmi: Rashi learns Na'arus, which comes first, from the first expression. The Gemara infers from Ein Kasef that another master (the father) gets money when she leaves him (Kidushin). This must discuss Na'arus, for at Bagrus she leaves her father's Reshus.


Rashi writes that "Ein Kasef" teaches going free at Bagrus. Why is this needed? He cannot sell her labor for after she leaves his Reshus!


Moshav Zekenim: Since he sold her when she was in his Reshus, it is feasible that the sale last even after she leaves his Reshus. 1


Like we find that a father cannot be Mekadesh his Bogeres, but if he was Mekadesh her beforehand, she does not leave her husband's Reshus at Bagrus! (PF)

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