Page 21 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 11 (1952-1952)

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G
u t k in d
, E
r ic
.
Choose life: the biblical call to revolt. New York, Henry Schuman,
1952. 312 p.
A mystical interpretation of the Bible and its relevance to modern religious
problems.
H
e l l e r
, B
e rn a rd
.
Epistle to an apostate. New York, Bookman’s Press, 1951.
104 p.
A critical analysis of Karl Stern’s
Pillar of Fire.
H
e r b e r g
, W
i l l
.
Judaism and modern man. New York, Farrar, Straus & Young,
1951. 313 p.
A re-interpretation of basic ideas in Jewish theology formulated along
existentialist trends.
H
e sc h e l
, A
braham
J
o sh u a
.
The Sabbath: its meaning for modern man. New
York, Farrar, Straus & Young, 1951. 118 p.
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The beauty of the Sabbath ceremonies rendered in charming prose.
& H
i t t i
, P
h i l i p
K. A history of Syria, including Lebanon and Palestine. New York,
Macmillan, 1951. 749 p.
The major portion of the book deals with the ancient period.
I
d e l so h n
, A
braham
Z
e v i
.
The Jewish song book for synagogue, school and home.
3rd edition. Cincinnati, Publications for Judaism, 1951. 548 p. Baruch
Joseph Cohon, musical editor.
A collection of melodies and music for every religious occasion.
Jewish book annual, v. 10, 5712 (1951-52). New York, Jewish Book Council of
America, 1951. 64+120 p.
Bibliographies and special articles on Jewish books and authors.
The Jewish people: past and present, v. III. New York, Central Yiddish Culture
Organization, 1952. 419 p.
The volume is devoted to a series of encyclopedic articles on Jewish literature,
music and art.
K
a gan
, H
en ry
E
n och
.
Changing the attitude of Christian toward Jew. New
York, Columbia University Press, 1951. 155 p.
K
a p la n
, M
ord eca i
M . ,
J.
P
au l
W
ill iam s
and
E
u g en e
K
o h n
.
The faith of
America. New York, Henry Schuman, 1951. 328 p.
An anthology of readings and recitations for American religious and
patriotic festivals.
K
atchko
, A
d o l ph
.
Services for Sabbath eve and morning. New York, Hebrew
Union School of Sacred Music, 1951. 53 p.
Choral music for the modern synagogue.
K
atz
,
A.
R
aymond
.
A new art for an old religion. New York, Russell F. Moore,
1952.
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Designs based on the Hebrew alphabet and Jewish religious symbols.
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a z in
, A
l fr ed
. A
walker in the city. New York, Harcourt, Brace, 1951. 176 p.
Memories of a young American Jewish writer raised in the Brownsville
section of Brooklyn.
K
e l l n e r
, A
braham
A .
My pulpit: sermons of time and season. New York,
Torah Umesorah, 1951. 207 p.
Sermons on the portions of the week and the holy day seasons.
K
loomok
, I
saac
.
Marc Chagall: his life and work. New York, Philosophical
Library, 1951. 125 p.
A richly illustrated volume of the work of the modern Jewish painter.
K
orn
, B
ertram
W. American Jewry and the Civil War. Philadelphia, Jewish
Publication Society, 1951.
An historical study of the Jews in the U. S. during the Civil War, their
attitudes on the slavery question, their part in the military services, and
Lincoln and the Jews.
L
ang
, L
eon
S. Curriculum for the congregational school, v. I. Philadelphia,
United Synagogue, 1951. 240 p.
Extensive survey of the curriculum of the conservative week day religious
school.
L
au t er ba ch
, J
acob
Z
a l l e l
.
Rabbinic essays. Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College
Press, 1951. 570 p.
Collected scholarly papers on the Pharisees, the Talmud, and on Judaism
and Christianity, published in memory of the late professor of Talmud at
Hebrew Union College.