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Kenyon, Kathleen.
Digging
up
Jericho. New York, Praeger, 1957. 267 p.
A description of the author’s archaeological discoveries in the ancient
town.
Klein, Carol.
The credo of Maimonides. New York, Philosophical Library,
1958. 143 p.
An analysis of his philosophy in relation to his thirteen articles
of faith.
Klein, Gerda Weissman.
All but my life. New York, Hill and Wang, 1957.
246 p.
A Jewish woman’s account of her escape from the Nazi terror.
Knox, Israel.
Rabbi in America: the story of Isaac M. Wise. Boston, Little
Brown, 1957. 173 p.
The biography of the founder of the Hebrew Union College and the
Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the editor of
American
Israelite.
Korn, Bertram W.
The American reaction to the Mortara case: 1858-1859.
Cincinnati, American Jewish Archives, 1957. 196 p.
An historical study of American intervention to free and return the
Italian Jewish boy Marco Mortara to his family.
Kurland, Samuel.
Avveroes
on
Aristotle’s
de generatione et corruptione.
Cambridge, Mass., Mediaeval Academy of America, 1958. 245 p.
An English translation of the original Arabic and the Hebrew and
Latin versions of the commentary by the famous Arabic philosopher.
Lano, David.
Wandering showman,
I.
Lansing, Michigan State University
Press, 1957. 290 p.
An autobiography of 75 years’ activity in circuses and road shows
throughout the United States.
Lapson, Judah.
Hebrew in colleges and universities. New York, Hebrew
Culture Service Committee, 1958. 195 p.
A guide and listing of all the Hebrew courses now being offered in
the colleges of the United States.
Lasky, Bessie Mona.
Candle in the sun. Los Angeles, Devorss, 1957 . 316 p.
An autobiography.
Lasky, Jesse L.
I blow my own horn. Garden City, Doubleday, 1957. 284 p.
The autobiography of the movie magnate.
Lauer, Stefanie.
Home
is
the place. New York, Knopf, 1957. 298 p.
Reminiscences of life in a well to do Jewish home in Berlin just
before the last war.
Leftwich, Joseph.
Israel Zangwill. New York, Yoseloff, 1957. 306
p.
A detailed biography of the famous Anglo-Jewish novelist and essayist.
Leibowitz, Jacob.
Religious guidance. New York, Philosophical Library,
1958. 100 p.
Short essays by the Orthodox rabbi of the East Flatbush Jewish Center,
N. Y.
Leopold, Nathan
F. My life plus 99 years. New York, Doubleday, 1958.
381 p.
An autobiographical work of a life prisoner whose sentence was re-
cently commuted.
Levitan, Tina.
The firsts of American Jewish history. Brooklyn, Charuth
Press, 1957. 285 p.
An enlarged edition of significant events in American Jewish life
when they happened for the first time.
Levy, Newman.
My double life: adventures in law and letters. Garden City,
N. Y., Doubleday, 1958. 316 p.
The autobiography of a New York Jewish lawyer who is also an
accomplished playwright and librettist.