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S
chwartz
, S
a m u e l
.
Tell thy children. New York, Exposition, 1959. 98 p.
Th e autobiography of an American reform rabbi who served Temple
Bnai Abraham Zion in Chicago for a quarter of a century.
S
h e in berg
, A
bra h am
,
ed. American Jews: their lives and achievements. New
York, American Jewish Literary Foundation, 1958. 1100 columns.
A second volume of biographies arranged by professions and occupations.
S
houlson
, A
braham
B . ,
ed. Marriage and family life. New York, Twayne,
1959. 299 p.
Jewish essays on marriage and the home.
S
ilver
, A
bba
H
i l l e l
. A
history of messianic speculation in Israel from the
first through the seventeenth centuries. Boston, Beacon, 1958. 288 p.
A paperback reprint of a work which deals with the persistence of
the Messianic hope among the Jews.
S
im o n h o f f
, H
a r r y
.
Saga of American Jewry from 1865 to 1914. New York,
Arco, 1958. 403 p.
Sketches of forty personalities.
S
inger
, J
o seph
I. Margin for triumph. New York, Bloch, 1958. 270 p.
A collection of sermons preached to the congregation of the Manhattan
Beach Jewish Center, Brooklyn, N. Y.
S
inger
, K
ur t
.
The Danny Kaye story. New York, Nelson,
1958 . 241 p .
Biography of a famous Broadway star.
S
pero
, M
elford
E. Children of the kibbutz. Cambridge, Harvard University
Press, 1958. 500 p.
An anthropo-sociological analysis of studies about the Halutzim and
the system of kibbutz life in Israeli agricultural settlements.
S
p inoza
, B
aruch
.
The book of God. Edited by Dagobert D. Runes. New
York, Philosophical Library, 1958. 121 p.
One of the earliest works of the philosopher.
S
t e in ba ch
, A
l exand er
A
l a n
.
Faith and love. New York, Philosophical
Library, 1959. 114 p.
Nearly forty inspirational essays designed to give hope to the despair­
ing, by the rabbi of Temple Ahavath Sholom, Brooklyn, N. Y.
S
t ern
, G
era ld in e
.
Daughters from afar. New York, Abelard-Schuman, 1958.
190 p.
Profiles of modern women who helped make history in the State of
Israel.
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H
ermann
L. Introduction to Talmud and Midrash. New York,
Meridian; Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1959. 372 p.
A paperback reprint.
S
u h l
, Y
u r i
.
Ernestine Rose and the battle for human rights. New York,
Reynal and Hitchcock, 1959. 310 p.
A biography of the Jewish social reformer who was active in the
suffragette movement in New York, 1836-1869, and in England, 1870-1892.
S
za jkowsk i
, Z
osa
.
Autonomy and communal Jewish debts during the French
revolution of 1789. New York, 1959. 192 p.
A study of the sources of Jewish community autonomy in France,
particularly in the province of Metz.
T
a bak
, I
sra el
.
Treasury of holiday thoughts: high holy days and pilgrim
festivals. New York, Twayne, 1958. 242 p.
T
a ft
, J
e ss ie
.
Otto Rank. New York, Julian Press, 1958. 299
p .
A biography of the Viennese psychoanalyst based on his own papers
and writings.
T
e p l it z
, S
aul
J . , ed. Best Jewish sermons of 5717-5718. New York, Jonathan
David, 1958. 245 p.
Sermons by reform, orthodox and conservative rabbis.