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lu e c k
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elson
.
Rivers in the desert: a history of the Negev. New York,
Farrar, Straus and Cudahy; Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society,
1959. 302 p.
Th e story of the discovery of civilized life in the southern part of Israel
and the prospect for future renewal of the area.
G
o ldbloom
, A
l to n
.
Small patients. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1958. 320 p.
Th e autobiography of an eminent Jewish physician who was Professor
of Pediatrics at McGill University, depicting Jewish life in Montreal for
half a century, obstacles met by Jewish medical students and a trip to
Israel in 1954.
G
olden
, H
arry
L
ew is
.
Only in America. New York, World, 1958. 317
p .
Brief essays and commentaries by an enthusiastic devotee of the good
life including nostalgic reminiscences of his youth on New York’s East
Side.
G
oldin
, G
ra c e
.
Come under the wings: a Midrash on Ruth . Philadelphia,
Jewish Publication Society of America, 1958. 105 p.
A poem enriched with Midrashic legend portraying the biblical char­
acters of the Book of Ruth .
G
oldman
, A
l e x
J .
A
handbook for the Jewish family: understanding and
enjoying the Sabbath and holidays. New York, Bloch, 1958. 439 p.
Comprehensive guide to the customs, prayers and songs of the major
Jewish holidays. Prayers appear in Hebrew with English transliteration
and all songs are in English transliteration.
G
oldstein
, R
ose
B. Light from our past: a spiritual history of the Jewish
people expressed in 12 stained glass windows designed by Louise D.
Kayser for Har Zion Temple, Philadelphia. New York, Shengold Pub­
lishers, 1959. Illustrated.
G
oodenough
, E
rw in
R . Jewish symbols in the Greco-Roman period: vols.
7-8: pagan symbols in Judaism. New York, Pantheon, 1958. 239, 282 p.
Animal, plant, erotic and astronomical symbols of the period.
G
ooding
,
D. W . The account of the Tabernacle: translation and textual
problems of the Greek Exodus. New York, Cambridge University Press,
1959. 128 p.
A study of the Septuagint’s differences from the original Hebrew text
of the closing chapters of the book of Exodus.
G
ordon
, C
yrus
H
e r z l
.
The world of the Old Testament: revised 2nd edition
of Introduction to Old Testament times. New York, Doubleday, 1958.
312 p.
A revision based on new information found in the biblical book of
Chronicles and in the Dead Sea Scrolls.
G
ottwald
, N
orman
K. A light to the nations. New York, Harper, 1959.
595 p.
A survey based on the literary, historical and theological approaches
to the Bible.
G
rant
, F
rederick
C. Ancient Judaism and the New Testament. New York,
Macmillan, 1959. 155 p.
A study of Judaism’s influence upon early Christianity.
G
raves
, R
o b er t
.
Adam’s rib and other anomalous elements in the Hebrew
creation myth: a new view. Wood engravings by John Metcalf. New
York, Yoseloff, 1958. 72 p.
Postulating legends on the first four chapters of Genesis.
G
reenberg
, S
id n e y
.
Adding life to your years. New York, Jonathan David,
1959. 205 p.
Sermons by the rabbi of Temple Sinai, Philadelphia.
G
rossinger
, J
e n n ie
.
Th e art of Jewish cooking. New York, Random, 1958.
229 p.
The well known hostess has collected popular recipes for Jewish dishes
favored at the hotel in the Catskill Mountains of New York.