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19th century is demonstrated in this sociological analysis of the Hebrew
writing of the period. The author also treats the religious tendencies of con-
temporary Hebrew poets.
H
a r r i s
,
R.
L
a i r d
.
Introductory Hebrew grammar. Grand Rapids, Mich.,
Eerdmans, 1950. 81 p.
Biblical Hebrew made easy for theological students.
H
a y
, M
alc o lm
.
The foot of pride. Boston, Beacon Press, 1950. 374 p.
An historical analysis of anti-Semitic attitudes of Christians and the church
as reflected in Christian doctrine and practice.
H
e c h t
, L
e s t e r
S .
Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel: Its first 100 years
1847-1947. Philadelphia, 1950. 64 p.
H
e id e l
, A
l e x a n d e r
.
The Babylonian Genesis: The story of creation. Chicago,
University of Chicago Press, 1951. 164 p.
An enlarged edition and new translation of the cuneiform creation texts
paralleling the biblical account.
H
e s c h e l
, A
b r a h am
J
o s h u a
.
Man is not alone. New York, Farrar, Straus &
Young, 1951. 305 p.
A philosophical and mystical interpretation of man’s place in the universe,
based on Jewish thought.
H
o w ie
, C
a r l
G
o r d o n
.
The date and composition of Ezekiel. Philadelphia,
Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, 1950. 121 p.
A summary of 25 years of critical investigation relating to the authorship
of the biblical book of Ezekiel. The author defends the traditional views about
the date, locale and authenticity of the prophet Ezekiel.
I
n f e l d
, L
e o po l d
.
Albert Einstein, his work and its influence on our world.
New York, Scribner, 1950. 132 p.
Jewish Book Annual. Vol. 9, 5711, 1950-1951. New York, Jewish Book Council
of America, 1950. 198 p.
Articles on a half-century of Jewish literature in English, Hebrew and
Yiddish and annotated lists of books published in 1949-1950.
K
n ig h t
, J
o h n
.
The story of my psychoanalysis. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1950.
255
p .
The Jewishness of the author is the cause of his emotional disturbance.
K
n o x
, R
o n a l d
.
The Old Testament in English. New York, Sheed &Ward, 1950.
2 vols.
A new English translation from the Vulgate Latin.
K
r a k o v s k y
, L
e v i
I
sa a c
.
Kabbalah: The light of redemption. Brooklyn, Kab-
balah Foundation, 1950. 264 p.
An essay on the origin of the Kabbalah and the important place it must
have in Jewish theology.
L
e b e s o n
, A
n it a
L
i b m a n
.
Pilgrim people. New York, Harper, 1950. 624 p.
A history of the Jews in the United States stressing the cultural and economic
contribution of the Jews to America.
L
e n c h it z
, S
o lom o n
.
Pictorial oddities from Hebraic literature. New York,
Exposition Press, 1950. 64 p.
Illustrated curiosa and facts collected from Jewish sources.
L
e v e n s o h n
, L
o t t a
.
Vision and fulfillment: The first twenty-five years of the
Hebrew University 1925-1950. New York, Greystone Press, 1950. 190 p.
An account of the development of the university in Jerusalem, its contribu-
tion to victory in World War II and the liberation of Israel, with the prospect
of its cultural value for Jews in other lands.
L
e v i n
, M
e y e r
.
In search. New York, Horizon Press, 1950. 523
p .
The autobiography and the literary experiences of an American Jewish
writer.
L
e w i s o h n
, L
u d w ig
.
The American Jew: Character and destiny. New York,
Farrar & Straus, 1950. 185 p.
Essay on the philosophical aspects of Jewish religious life and the future of
the Jews in America.
L
ie b e r m a n
, S
a u l
.
Hellenism in Jewish Palestine. Studies in the literary trans-
mission, beliefs and manners of Palestine in the first century B. C. E. to the
fourth century C. E. New York, Jewish Theological Seminary of America,
1950. 231 p.