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vividly, the author ignores those positive factors of Jewish existence which
were certainly present in all Jewish communities. (IJB, January, 1951)
S
u h l
, Y
u r i
.
One foot in America. New York, Macmillan, 1950. 252 p.
A delightful story of a warm and happy experience of an immigrant Jewish
boy, adjusting himself to American life, standards and attitudes. (IJB,
February, 1951)
W
e r n ic k
, R
o b e r t
.
The hill of fortune. New York, Scribner, 1951. 310 p.
A neurotic Jewish girl who finds no kinship with her own family and faith
seeks comfort from a non-Jewish family.
Y
a f f e
, J
a m e s
.
Poor cousin Evelyn. Boston, Little, Brown, 1951. 269 p.
A collection of nine stories about Jews in New York City by a young writer
who shows much promise. (IJB, May, 1951)
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