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Comparative study of Judaeo-Italian translations of Isaiah.
New York, Bloch, 1950.
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The five scrolls. Cincinnati, Union of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, 1950. 252 p.
A popular but scholarly Jewish commentary for Bible readers on the Song
of Songs, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes and Esther.
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A. The book of Isaiah. New York, Harper, 1950. 2 vols.
The King James version with introduction and critical notes in Harper’s
annotated Bible series.
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The story of Israel. Dallas, Texas, Story Book Press, 1951.
593 p.
A rhymed history based on scripture narrative.
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The legacy of Maimonides. New York, Philosophical Library,
1950. 128 p.
The author relates Moses Maimonides* interpretation of Judaism to the
problems confronting modern religious life and thought.
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The idea of development of the soul in medieval
Jewish philosophy. Philadelphia, Maurice Jacobs, 1950. 104 p.
An account of the psychological observations of the leading Jewish philos-
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F. Antisemitism in modern France. New Brunswick, N. J.,
Rutgers University Press,
1950. 348 p.
The first in a series of studies of the development of anti-Semitism in
France before the Dreyfus affair, pointing to the intellectual and political
background of this event.
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t e p h e n
L. Lives of the prophets: A thousand years of Hebrew prophecy
reviewed in its historical context. New York, Macmillan, 1950. 333 p.
New chapters on Samuel, Elijah and Elisha have been added to this enlarged
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B. and
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The Dartmouth Bible. Boston,
Houghton Mifflin, 1950. 1257 p.
An abridgment of the King James version, rearranged topically and chrono-
logically with aids for students.
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to read and enjoy the Psalms. Chicago, Wilcox &
Follett, 1950. 156 p.
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B. A. and
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E. L. A study of the prophet Micah. Grand Rapids,
Mich., Baker, 1950. 169 p.
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The Code of Maimonides. Book 9, the book of offerings.
New Haven, Yale University Press, 1950. 236 p.
A new volume in the Yale Judaica Series, treating the laws of Passover and
festival sacrifices. Danby is known for his translation of the Mishnah.
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Paul and rabbinic Judaism. New York, Macmillan, 1950. 376 p.
An analysis of Paul's attitude to the Halakah and Jewish tradition.
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C. Preface to Old Testament theology. New Haven, Yale
University Press, 1950. 74 p.
Describes the biblical background of Christian belief.
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Swastika over Jaworow. New York, First Jaworower Inde-
pendent Association, 1951. 103 p.
The tragic chronicle of the Jaworow Jewish community, translated from the
Yiddish by Samuel Kreiter.
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The age of faith. New York, Simon & Schuster, 1950.
1214 p.
A history of medieval civilization — Christian, Islamic and Judaic —
from Constantine to Dante, 325-1300.
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, M
o s e s
Wolkovisker Yizkor book, with an introduction by Charles
A. Cowen. New York, 1951. 156 p.
A memorial volume to the Jewish community of Wolkovisk, Poland.
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e l e c h
Jewish labor in the U. S. A.: an industrial, political and
cultural history of the Jewish labor movement, 1882-1914. New York, Trade
Union Sponsoring Committee, 1950. 456 p.
A study of the Jewish trade unions and their influence on the cultural life
of the Jewish workers in America.