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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
R
obinson
, N
e h em ia h
.
Dictionary of Jewish public affairs and related m a t­
ters. New York, World Jewish Congress Institute of Jewish Affairs, 1958.
229 p.
R
osenberg
, E
dgar
.
From Shylock to Svengali. Stanford, Cal., Stanford Un i­
versity Press, 1959. 300 p.
A study of Jewish stereotypes in English literature.
R
osenberg
, J
am es
N. Painter’s self-portrait. New York, Crown, 1958. 203 p.
The autobiography of the American Jewish communal leader who
has exhibited much of his work as an artist.
R
osen blatt
, B
ernard
A. The American bridge to the Israeli Commonwealth.
New York, Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1959. 128 p.
Proposals for investment and free enterprise in the State of Israel.
R
osen blatt
, S
a m u e l
.
Hear O Israel. New York. Feldheim, 1958. 360 p.
Sermons and addresses by the rabbi of Beth Tefiloh Congregation,
Baltimore, Md.
R
o th
, C
e c il
.
Standard Jewish encyclopedia. New York, Doubleday, 1959.
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1978 columns.
One volume Jewish encyclopedia sponsored by the publishers of the
Hebrew encyclopedia in Israel.
R
othsch ild
, F
r itz
A. Between God and man: an interpretation of Judaism
from the writings of Abraham J . Heschel. New York, Harper, 1959. 279 p.
R
o w l e y
, H
arold
H . ,
ed. Eleven years of Bible bibliography. Indian Hills,
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Colorado, Falcon Wing Press, 1958. 804 p.
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The critical and annotated book lists of the British Society for Old
Testament Study in a handy volume for American Bible students.
R
uge
, G
erd
.
Pasternak: a pictorial biography. New York, McGraw Hill,
1959. 143 p.
An illustrated volume of the life of Boris Pasternak who was awarded
the Nobel Prize for literature.
R
un es
, D
agobert
D .
Concise dictionary of Judaism. New York, Philosophical
Library, 1958. 237 p.
Definitions of Jewish terms and brief descriptions of Jewish events and
ideas for the average reader.
S
t
. J
o hn
, R
o ber t
.
Ben-Gurion. New York, Doubleday, 1959. 336 p.
The biography of Israel’s first Prime Minister.
S
andm el
, S
am u e l
.
Th e genius of Paul. New York, Farrar, Straus and
Cudahy, 1958. 239 p.
Paul is depicted as the person next to Jesus, who was the most im ­
portant in the development of the Christian faith.
S
cha ppes
, M
orris
U. The Jews in the United States. New York, Citadel,
1958. 319 p.
A pictorial history from 1654 to the present.
S
ch ech t er
, S
o lomon
.
Studies in Judaism. New York Meridian; Philadelphia,
Jewish Publication Society, i958. 372 p.
Selected from among the three series of the au thor’s
Studies in Judaism
and issued as a paperback book.
S
ch ildkraut
, J
o seph
.
My father and I. New York, Viking, 1959. 246 p.
The autobiography of the famous actor and something about his father
Rudolph Schildkraut, as told to Leo Lania.
S
chm u l l e r
, A
aron
.
Crossing the borderland. New York, Villiers, 1959. 88 p.
Poems and translations of Yiddish poetry.
S
chn a b e l
, E
rnst
.
Anne Frank: a portrait in courage. New York, Harcourt,
1958. 192 p.
A careful review of all the circumstances and places in the life and
tragic death of Anne Frank.