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N a k a r a i , T o y o z o
W. Biblical Hebrew. New York, Bookman Associates, 1951.
200 p.
A new grammar intended for theological students.
N
emoy
, L
e o n
.
Karaite anthology. Excerpts from the early literature. New
Haven, Yale University Press, 1952. 412 p. Yale Judaica Series.
Translations into English of Hebrew selections from Arabic and Aramaic
sources of Karaite theology, philosophy, biblical exegesis and liturgy.
N
ew m a n
,
Louis. Living with ourselves. New York, Bloch, 1952. 266 p.
Sermons preached at Temple Rodeph Sholom, New York, and prayers and
rites for special occasions.
P
e a r so n
, H
e sk e t h
.
Dizzy: the life and personality of Benjamin Disraeli. New
York, Harper, 1951. 310 p.
A popular biography of the famous British statesman.
Proceedings of the American Academy of Jewish Research, v. 20. New York,
AAJR, 1951. 430 p.
Proceedings of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, v. 14. New York, 1951.
327 p.
Contains responsa on observance of the Sabbath. Future of World Zionist
Organization.
Rabbinical Council Manual of holiday sermons, 5712— 1951. New York, Rab-
binical Council of America, 1951. 267 p.
Sermons by young American orthodox rabbis.
R
a is in
, M
a x
.
Great Jews I have known: a gallery of portraits. New York,
Philosophical Library, 1952. 249 p.
Intimate sketches of the life and thought of famous modern Jewish thinkers
and leaders including Ahad Ha-am, Bialik, Nordau, Schechter, I. M. Wise,
Stephen S. Wise and J. L. Magnes.
R
askin
, S
aul
.
Kabbalah in word and image. New York,
1952. 80 p.
Based on the Sefer Yezirah (The Book of Creation).
R
e s n e r
, L
aw r en c e
.
Eternal stranger. The plight of the modern Jews from
Baghdad to Casablanca. New York, Doubleday, 1951. 216 p.
A description o f Jewish life in North Africa and the Oriental countries.
R
ies
, E
stelle
H.
Elias E. Ries, inventor. New York, Philosophical Library,
1952. 369
p.
A biography.
R
o b in so n
, N
e h em ia h
.
The Arab countries of the Near East and their Jewish
communities. New York, Institute of Jewish Affairs, 1951. 83 p.
A sociological survey of Jewish communities and Arab lands.
R
osen baum
, N
a th a n
.
A man from Parnassus and other poems. New York,
Bookman Associates, 1951. 127 p.
R
u b in s t e in
, H
arry
.
David Dubinsky: a pictorial biography. Text by John
Dewey. New York, Inter-Allied Publications, 1952. 95 p.
R
y p in s
, S
ta n l e y
.
The book of thirty centuries. New York, Macmillan, 1951.
420 p.
The study of the Bible and discoveries affecting interpretation of the
Bible presented for the general reader with significant passages from the
biblical text.
S
t
. J
oh n
, R
ob e r t
.
Tongue of the Prophets. New York, Doubleday, 1952. 377 p.
A biography of Eliezer ben Yehuda, the author of the great dictionary and
thesaurus of the Hebrew language, and the leading spirit in the revival of the
Hebrew language.
S am in s k y , L a z a r e .
A song treasury of Old Israel. New York, Bloch, 1951.
42
p.
S
chw arz
, S
olomon
M. The Jews in the Soviet Union. Syracuse University Press,
1951. 380 p.
A study of Jewish life in Russia since the revolution and the changes in
Jewish life. The status of the Jews as a minority before and after World
War II.
S
i l b e r n e r
, E
dmund
.
Moses Hess: a bibliography. New York, Burt Franklin,
1952. 73 p.