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Aggadah (Aramaic: אגדה "telling", "story") refers to exegetical commentary in Rabbinical literature. Rather than dealing with practical matters of Jewish law and behavior (halakhah), aggadah explores ethical ideas, biblical characters, folklore and historical anecdotes.