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S
amue l
, M
aur i ce
.
Certain people of the book. New York, Knopf, 1955. 363 p.
A literary evaluation of the biblical and midrashic folklore of leading
personalities in the Hebrew Bible.
S
amuels
, C
harles
and
L
ou i s e
.
Night fell on Georgia. New York, Dell, 1956.
222 p.
The famous case of Leo Frank, who was lynched forty years ago.
S
andmel
, S
amue l
.
Philo’s place in Judaism: a study of the conception of Abraham
in Jewish literature. Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College Press, 1956. 218 p.
The relation of Philo’s interpretation of biblical allegory to rabbinic teaching.
--------- . A Jewish understanding of the New Testament. Cincinnati, Hebrew
Union College Press, 1956. 321 p.
A comparative study of the sources of the gospels against their Jewish
background.
S
chechter
, S
olomon
.
Some aspects of rabbinic theology. New York, Behrman,
1955. 384 p.
A reprint of the standard work on Talmudic teaching regarding the basic
ideas of Judaism.
S
chnitzer
, J
esha i a
.
New horizons for the synagogue. New York, Bloch, 1956.
106 p.
An outline of counselling techniques for rabbis and a description o f the values
of a human relations center in a Jewish community.
S
choenwald
, R
ichard
L.
Freud: the man and his mind, 1856-1956. New York,
Knopf, 1956. 250 p.
A biography of Freud and a popular account of his theories and their effect
on modern life.
S
chonfeld
, S
olomon
.
The universal Bible. Fairlawn, N. J., Essential Books,
1955. 186 p.
The Noachide Laws culled from the Bible with a modern interpretation of
their application.
S
h inedl i ng
, A
braham
I., and
P
icku s
, M
a n u e l
.
History of the Beckley Jewish
Community. Beckley, W. Va., 1955. 205 p.
S
ilverman
, W
illiam
B. The still, small voice. New York, Behrman, 1955. 218 p.
The story of Jewish ethics.
S
ilverstone
, H
arry
.
Psychiatry and religion. New York, Twayne, 1956. 288 p.
How to correlate the knowledge of both fields.
S
imon
, S
olomon
.
My Jewish roots: a personal record. Philadelphia, Jewish
Publication Society, 1956. 274 p.
Recollections of a happy childhood in a Russian Jewish environment.
S
imonhoff
, H
arry
.
Jewish notables in America, 1766-1865. New York, Green-
berg, 1956. 416 p.
Biographies of one outstanding Jew for each vear from 1776 to 1865.
S
koss
, S
olomon
L. Saadia Gaon: the earliest Hebrew grammarian. Philadelphia,
Dropsie College, 1955. 66 p.
S
mith
, W
illiam
A. Ancient education. New York, Philosophical Library, 1955.
309 p.
Contains chapters on the rise of Hebrew culture and education in ancient
Israel.
S
tocker
, J
oseph
.
Jewish roots in Arizona. Phoenix, Arizona, Jewish Community
Council, 1954. 36 p.
T
e n e n ba um
, J
o seph
.
Race and Reich: the story of an epoch. New York, Twayne,
1956. 554 p.
A documented account of the deliberate plans the Nazis made for the
genocide of the Jewish people in Europe.
T
rattner
, E
rnest
R. Understanding the Talmud. New York, Nelson, 1955. 205 p.
An introduction to the literature of the Talmud.
T
sevat
, M
at i t i ahu
. A
study of the language of the biblical Psalms. Philadelphia,
Society of Biblical Literature, 1955. 153 p.
A scholarly analysis of the Hebrew words and phrases particular to the book
of Psalms.
Union prayer book for Jewish worship, newly revised, part II. New York, Central
Conference of American Rabbis, 1955. 350 p.
Prayers for the High Holy Days for use in reform synagogues.