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K
offler
, J
acob
.
Exile to exile. Stamford, Conn., Kay Publishing Co., 1955.
472 P•
A layman’s history of the period of the Second Commonwealth.
K
rael ing
, E
mil
G. The Old Testament since the Reformation. New York,
Harper, 1956. 320 p.
An inquiry into the status of the Old Testament in the Protestant church.
L
eschn itzer
, A
dolf
.
The magic background of modern anti-Semitism: an analysis
of the German-Jewish relationship. New York, International Universities
Press, 1956. 236 p.
A sociological and historical study of the background of anti-Semitic ele-
ments in German community life.
L
ew i s
, A
rthur
H. The Aaronsburg story. New York, Vanguard, 1955. 253 p.
The story of an American community founded by a Jewish idealist.
L
ewy
, I
mmanuel
.
The growth of the Pentateuch. New York, Bookman, 1955.
288 p.
A critical study of the accepted theories of the literary origins o f the Bible.
The author ascribes 45 stories in the Pentateuch to the prophet Nathan.
L
i b e r
, B
enz ion
.
A doctor’s apprenticeship. New York, Rational Living, 1956.
611 p.
An autobiography.
L
ie berman
, C
haim
.
Strangers to glory. New York, Rainbow Press, 1955. 125 p.
A vigorous denunciation of the program and work of the American Council
for Judaism.
M
agidoff
, R
obert
.
Yehudi Menuhin: the story of the man and the musician.
New York, Doubleday, 1955. 320 p.
The biography covers the entire artistic career of the famous violin virtuoso
who was one of the numerous Jewish child prodigies of the 20th century.
M
ahoney
, T
om
.
The great merchants: the story of twenty famous retail operations
and the people who made them. New York, Harper, 1955. 340 p.
The Jewish firms among the businesses described are: William Filene, F. &
R. Lazarus, Brentano’s, Macy’s, Rich’s, Lane Bryant, Neiman-Marcus and
Ohrbach’s.
M
a imon ides
, M
oses
.
The Code of Maimonides: book three, treatise eight, sancti-
fication of the new moon. Translated by Solomon Gandz. Supplementation
and introduction by Julian Obermann and astronomical commentary by
Otto Neugebauer. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1956. 160 p.
The first English translation of this important astronomical treatise and
laws relating to the Jewish calendar. Yale Judaica Series, v. 11.
M
a i se ls
, M
i sha
.
Thought and truth. New York, Bookman, 1956. 364 p.
A translation from the Hebrew by A. Regelson of a philosophical study of
nature and ego and the relation of the sciences to idealism.
M a r cu s , Jacob
R.
Memoirs o f American Jews,
1775-1865.
Philadelphia, Jewish
Publication Society, v.
1, 1955. 387
p.; v. 2,
1955, 375
p.; v.
3, 1955,
430 p.
M
arkowitz
, S
i dney
L.
What you should know about Jewish religion, history,
ethics and culture. New York, Citadel, 1955. 224 p.
A manual of Jewish information, historical, religious and sociological.
M
i n k i n
, J
acob
S. The romance of Hasidism. New York, T. Yoseloff, 1956. 398 p.
A reprint of this history of Hasidism.
N
a p i e r
,
B.
D
a v i e
.
From faith to faith. New York, Harper, 1955. 223 p.
Essays on various problems of the Old Testament.
N
oveck
, S
imon
,
ed. Judaism and psychiatry. New York, National Academy for
Adult Jewish Studies of the United Synagogue of America, 1955. 197 p.
Essays by various authors on the relation of religion to personal mental
health.
P
arrot
, A
ndre
.
Discovering buried worlds. New York, Philosophical Library,
1955. 128 p.
The introductory volume in a series of popular studies in biblical archae-
ology.
--------- . The flood and Noah’s ark. New York, Philosophical Library, 1955.
76 p.