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K IEV — AMERICAN JEW ISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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w ic h k ow
,
Louis J. Invocations. New York, Bloch, 1951. 184
p .
A second enlarged edition of prayers in English for special occasions.
T
e d e s c h e
, S
id n e y
and
Z
e i t l i n
, S
o lom o n
.
The first book of Maccabees. New
York, Harper, 1950. 307 p.
The Greek text with an English translation by Dr. Tedesche and introduc-
tion and commentary by Dr. Zeitlin. The first volume in the new edition of the
Apocrypha, sponsored by Dropsie College.
U
n t e r m a n
, I
sa a c
.
The Jewish holidays. New York, Bloch, 1950. 300
p .
A revised edition.
W
e c h s l e r
, I
s r a e l
S .
The neurologist’s point of view: Essays on psychiatry
and other subjects. New York, Wyn, 1950. 261 p.
A revised and enlarged edition containing Dr. Wechsler’s papers on Jewish
culture.
W
e iz m a n n
, C
h a im
.
Trial and error. New York, Harper, 1950. 617 p.
A new edition with illustrations.
W
h e e l e r
, M
o n r o e
.
Soutine. New York, Museum of Modern Art, 1950. 116
p .
An appreciation of Chaim Soutine’s art with reproductions of many of his
paintings.
W
il l iam so n
, A
d o l ph
A
n c r um
.
Moses, who first saw our pyramid life:
A
grand
philosophy of evolution. New York, Philosophical Library, 1950. 239 p.
A new interpretation of his early life.
W
o o d s
, J
o s e p h
.
The Old Testament in the church. New York, Macmillan, 1950.
149
p .
A study of the relation between the Old Testament and the New.
Yearbook of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Vol. 60. Philadelphia,
1950. 486 p.
The proceedings of the annual conference include papers dealing with the
American Jewish community, the rabbinate, and relations with the State of
Israel.
Y
e z ie r s k a
, A
n z ia
.
Red ribbon on a white horse. New York, Scribner’s, 1950.
220 p.
The story of a Jewish immigrant woman in America who rebels against the
old world spirit of her father and gains literary and financial success. Having
lost all she acquired in the crash of 1929, she returns to New York’s lower
East Side.