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ib a low
, H
r ie l
The Jew in American Sports. New York, Bloch,
1959. 388 p.
Up-to-date facts about Jewish athletes.
ib a low
, M
e n a g h e m
The flowering of modern Hebrew literature: a
volume of literary evaluation. Edited and translated from the Hebrew
by Judah Nadich. New York, Twayne, 1959. 394 p.
Commentaries on the works of Hayyim Nahman Bialik, Saul Tcher-
nihovsky, David Shimoni, Jacob Fichman, Gershon Shoffman and other
outstanding Jewish authors of this age. The author was long the editor
of Hadoar.
in d e r
, R
e u b e n
Music and prayer for home, school and synagogue. New
York, Sacred Music Press, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, 1959. 308 p.
Musical services arranged according to the Union Prayer Book.
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, A
lb e r t
people and its faith. Toronto, University of Toronto,
1960. 205 p.
A collection of essays on the Jewish community in Canada and faith
and worship in Reform Judaism, prepared by rabbis and scholars to
commemorate the centenary of Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto, Canada.
o s e n b e r g
, S
tu a r t
E. The road to confidence. New York, Messner, 1959.
175 p.
The rabbi of Beth Tzedec Congregation in Toronto, Canada, shows
how to achieve self-confidence toward a happy, meaningful life.
o s e n b e r g e r
, E
r w i n
Herzl as I remember him. New York, Herzl Press,
1959. 251 p. Translated from the German and abridged by Louis Jay
A former editor of
Die Wel t
describes the background of Herzl’s
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, C
ec il
A history of the Marranos. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication
Society, 1959. 2nd rev. ed. 424 p.
Major errors of fact have been corrected and a new foreword added.
--------- . The Jews in the renaissance. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication
Society, 1959. 380 p.
A study of Jewish contributions to philosophy, medicine, printing,
music, drama, letters and other areas during the renaissance.
u f f m a n
, L
o u is
L .
Curriculum outline for the Jewish school. New York,
United Synagogue Commission, 1959. 278 p.
u s s o l i
, F
r a n c o
Modigliani. New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1959. 40 p.
36 color plates and 10 monochrome illustrations.
y w e l l
, M
a r t in
Laughing with tears. Harriman, Tenn., Pioneer Press,
1959. 225 p.
Jewish folklore and anecdotes.
c h e c h t e r
, S
o l o m o n
Seminary addresses and other papers. Introduction
by Louis Finkelstein. New York, Burning Bush, 1960. 253 p.
c h n e e r s o h n
, J
o s e p h
I. Lubavitcher Rabbi’s memoirs: vol. 2. Brooklyn,
Otzar Chassidim, 1960. 279 p.
The teachings of the Kabbalah interpreted by the late leader of
Habad Hasidism.
c h o n f ie l d
, H
u g h
J. The song of songs. Trans, from the Hebrew with an
introduction and explanation. New York, American Library, 1959.
128 p.
h u l m a n
, C
h a r l e s
E. What it means to be a Jew. New York, Crown,
1960. 256 p.
Essays on modern Jewish life and personalities by the rabbi of the
Riverdale Temple in New York City.