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e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
. C
ross
, F
rank
M
oore
, J
r
.
Th e ancient library of Qumran and modern biblical
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studies. New York, Doubleday, 1958. 196 p. (British edition: Duckworth,
London)
Th e relationship of the Essenes to early Christianity, based on the
author’s dating of the Dead Sea Scrolls and his interpretation of the tex t
and the circumstances of the discovery.
D
avidson
, I
rw in
D . ,
and
G
e h m a n
, R
ichard
.
Th e jury is still out. New York,
Harper, 1959. 308 p.
Th e experiences of an eminent judge who presided at important
criminal court trials in New York City.
D
avis
, D
a n ie l
.
Understanding Judaism. New York, Philosophical Library,
1958. 119 p.
Th e history, basic concepts, institutions, practices, the organization of
Jewish life in America and conversion to Judaism are presented in
popular style.
D
eutsch
, B
a b e t t e
.
Coming of age. Bloomington, Indiana University Press,
1959. 128 p.
Poems.
D
razin
, N
a th an
.
Marriage made in heaven. New York, Abelard-Schuman,
1958. 144 p.
A discussion of marital problems based on wide experience as a
counsellor to many families.
E
ban
, A
b ba
.
Th e tide of nationalism. New York, Horizon, 1959. 64 p.
An essay on the latest manifestations of nationalism in the Near East
by Israel’s ambassador to the United States.
E
m e r y
, R
ichard
W . The Jews of Perpignan in the 13th century. New York,
Columbia University Press, 1959. 214 p.
A study of Jewish life in the French community based on notarial
records.
Essays in American Jewish history to commemorate the 10th anniversary of
the founding of the American Jewish Archives under the direction of
Jacob Rader Marcus. Cincinnati, American Jewish Archives, 1958. 534 p
A festschrift in honor of Dr. Marcus.
F
a r r e l l
, J
am es
T . It has come to pass. New York, Theodor Herzl Press, 1958.
288 p.
A report of an extended visit to Israel, describing the settlements,
cities, culture and national aspiration.
F
in k e lst e in
,
Louis. Th e Jews: their history, culture and religion. New York,
Harper, 1959. 2 vols. 3rd edition.
Studies by prominent scholars.
F
rankl
, V
iktor
E . From death camp to existentialism: a psychiatrist’s path
to a new therapy. Boston, Beacon, 1959. 175 p.
The author’s experiences in concentration camps and his outline of
the new theory of Logotherapy which he developed.
F
r e eh o f
, S
olomon
B. Book of Job . New York, Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, 1958. 261 p.
A Jewish commentary for Bible readers by the rabbi of Temple Rodeph
Sholom, Pittsburgh, Pa.
F
reud
, M
a rt in
.
Sigmund Freud: man and father. New York, Vanguard, 1958.
218 p.
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Th e eldest son of Freud shows his “gay and generous father in the
circle of his family.”
F
r om m
, E
r ich
.
Sigmund Freud’s mission: an analysis of his personality and
his influence. New York, Harper, 1958. 120 p.
A psychoanalytic appraisal of the founder of psychoanalysis.
G
a l e
, J
o s eph
.
Eastern Union: the development of a Tewish community
Elizabeth, N.
J . ,
1958. 122 p.
A history of the Jewish community of Elizabeth, N. J .