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R o b a c k , A b r a h a m A .
Freudiana. Cambridge, Mass., Sci-Art,
1 9 5 7 . 2 4 0 p .
Contains many hitherto unpublished letters from Freud to many well known
authors and scientists.
R o o s e n b u r g , H e n r i e t t e .
Walls came tumbling down. New York, Viking, 1957.
256 p.
Tne return home of four Dutch prisoners of war liberated after World War II.
R o w l e y , H a r o l d H .
The faith of Israel: aspects o f Old Testament thought.
Philadelphia, Westminster, 1957. 220 p.
Biblical conception of the relationship of men to God.
-------------, Prophecy and religion in ancient China and Israel. New York, Harper.
1956. 154 p.
A discussion of Jewish and Chinese “prophets.”
S a m u e l , M a u r i c e .
The professor and the fossil: some observations on Arnold J.
Toynbee’s
A Study of History.
New York, Knopf, 1956. 284 p.
A vigorous critical analysis o f the unfounded statements of Toynbee about
the Jewish people and Zionism.
S c h m id t , G e o r g .
Ten Chagall gouaches. New York, Praeger, 1956.
Ten representative gouaches in color, including the shofar blower, the en­
chanted castle, etc.
S c h w a r t z m a n , S y l v a n .
The story of reform Judaism. New York, Union of
American Hebrew Congregations, 1956. 191 p.
A popular history of the reform movement.
S c h w a r z , L e o
W., ed. Great ages and ideas of the Jewish people by Salo W. Baron,
Gerson D. Cohen, Abraham
S .
Halkin, Yehezkel Kaufmann and Cecil Roth.
New York, Random, 1956. 515 p.
Surveys of the history of Jewish civilization beginning with the biblical
period up until modern times.
-------------. Refugees in Germany today. New York, Twayne, 1957. 363 p.
Their legal status and integration in post-war Germany.
S e g a l , S a m u e l
M. The Sabbath book. New York, Thomas Yoseloff, 1957. 238 p.
A reprint of an anthology of stories and devotional material for use in the
school and the home.
S e l i g , H a r r i s
L. Links to eternity: Jewish holidays and festivals. New York,
Bloch, 1957. 389 p.
Discourses on Jewish religious themes.
S i l v e r , A b b a H i l l e l .
Where Judaism differed: an inquiry into the distinctiveness
o f Judaism. New York, Macmillan, 1956. 318 p.
The religious and cultural differences between Judaism and other religions
by the famous rabbi of The Temple in Cleveland.
S k o s s , S o l o m o n L e o n .
Portrait of a Jewish scholar. New York, Bloch, 1957.150
p .
A memorial volume containing essays and addresses by the late professor of
Arabic at Dropsie College with a bibliography of his writings by Solomon
Grayzel.
S l o a n ,
W. W. A survey of the Old Testament. New York, Abingdon,
1 9 5 7 . 3 3 6 p .
A synopsis of the religion o f the books of the Bible.
S m i t h ,
W.
R o b e r t s o n .
The religion of the Semites. New York, Meridian, 1956.
718
p .
A reprint o f the great classical work on the ancient religions of the Near
East.
S o l o m o n , B a r b a r a M i l l e r .
Ancestors and immigrants; a changing New England
tradition. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard, 1956. 276 p.
The attitude of Boston Brahmins to immigrants, including Jews.
S t a n l e y , I l s e .
The unforgotten. Boston, Beacon, 1957. 375
p .
The autobiography o f a German-Jewish woman who helped to free many
people from Nazi prisons.
T a b a k , I s r a e l .
A treasury of holy day thoughts. New York, Twayne, 1956. 224
p .
Essays treating the meaning of all the Jewish holy days.
-------------. Heine and his heritage; a study of Judaic lore in his work. New York,
Twayne, 1956. 338 p.
Second printing of the Jewish elements in Heine’s writings.
T e p l i t z , S a u l
I., ed. Best Jewish sermons: 5715-5716. New York, Jonathan
David, 1956. 210 p.
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