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B
a rer
, S
h l o m o
,
The weekend war. New York, Yoseloff, 1960. 326
p .
Record of the military victory which Israel achieved over Egypt in
1956.
B
ar is h
,
Louis. High holiday liturgy. New York, Jonathan David, 1959.
174
p .
Essays on the ritual in the
Mahzor
for Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur.
B
a u r
,
J o h n
I. H. William Zorach. New York, Whitney Museum
of
Ameri-
can Art, 1959. 116 p.
A biographical and critical study of Zorach’s sculpture and his
earlier career as a painter.
B
e e k
, M
a r t in u s
A
d r i a n u s
. A
journey through the Old Testament. Trans,
from the Dutch by Arnold J. Pomerans. New York, Harper, 1960. 254 p.
Describes and comments on incidents and personalities in the Old
Testament. Includes an index of Biblical references.
B
e l l in
, M
r s
. M
ildred
G
r o sb e r g
.
The Jewish cook book: international
cooking according to the Jewish dietary laws. New York, Garden City,
1959. 477 p. new and rev. edition.
B
e r k
, F
r ed
,
ed. The Jewish dance: an anthology of articles. New York,
Exposition, 1960. 46 p.
B
e r k o v it z
, E
l ie z e r
.
God, man and history. New York, Jonathan David,
1959. 202 p.
A philosophy of modern Judaism describing the encounter between
the divine and man in historical perspective.
B
e r l in
, I
s a ia h
.
Karl Marx: his life and environment. New York, Galaxy
Books, 1959.
B
in d e r
, A
b r a h am
W. Biblical chant. New York, Philosophical, 1959. 125 p.
A study of the trope used in the six cantillation systems of the Hebrew
Bible by the Professor of Liturgical Music at the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion in New York.
B
o n h o e f f e r
, D
ie t r ic h
.
Creation and fall. New York, Macmillan, 1959.
96
p .
A theological interpretation of Genesis, chapters 1-3.
B
o o t h
, O
s b o r n e
.
The chosen people: a narrative history of the Israelites.
St. Louis, Bethany, 1959. 264 p.
A general introduction to Hebrew history and thought.
B
r a t t o n
, F
red
G. A history of the Bible. Boston, Beacon, 1959. 382 p.
An introduction to the historical method in the study of biblical
literature.
B
r ig h t
, J
o h n
. A
history of Israel. Philadelphia, Westminster, 1959. 500 p.
Traces the history of Israel from the migrations in the second mil-
lenium
b
.
c
.
e
.
to the end of the Old Testament period.
B
r i n n i n
, J
am e s
M
a l c o lm
.
The third rose: Gertrude Stein and her world.
Boston, Little, Brown, 1959. 427 p.
A description of the writer’s influence on literature and art in the
first half of the 20th century.
B
r o w n l e e
, W
ill iam
H. The text of Habakkuk in the ancient commentary
from Qumran. Philadelphia, Society of Biblical Literature & Exegesis,
1959. 130 p.
A study on one of the texts of the Dead Sea scrolls.
B
u b e r
, M
a r t in
. I
and Thou. Postscript by the author. Trans, from the
German by Ronald Gregor Smith. New York, Scribner, 1960. 137 p.
(paperback)
--------- . The origin and meaning of Hasidism. Edited and trans. by Maurice
Friedman. New York, Horizon, 1960. 254 p.
The second volume in a study of Hasidism.