(15.) See Yaakov Tannenbaum, Nharei afarsmon (Paks: Meir Segal Rosenbaum, 1898), 10; Israel Trunk, Yeshuot malko (Petrokov
: Folman, 1927), 99; Mordechai Tverski, Emek she'ela (Petrokov
: Kronenberg, 1898), 226.
The first article, "Should Simon Have Saved Marceline?" breaks down the origin story of how Simon Petrokov
became the Ice King and considers different choices the Ice King could have potentially made in order to determine whether his choice to save another character, Marceline, by losing his humanity was morally right.
(38.) See, e.g., Meir Simcha ha-Kohen of Dvinsk, Or Sameach (commentary on Maimonides) MT Judges, Kings 3:10 (New York: Freidman Publishers, 1963); Avraham Burnstein, Avnei Nezer (Petrokov
: Fulman Press, 1934), Y.D.
See, for example, Petrokov
, N., & Perlamutrov, B.