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e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
L
andau
, S
o l
.
Christian-Jewish relations: a new era in Germany as a result
of the first crusade. New York, Pageant, 1960. 78 p.
L
andsberger
, F
ranz
.
Rembrandt, the Jews and the Bible. Philadelphia,
Jewish Publication Society, 1961. 189 p.
A reprint of a study of Rembrandt’s portraits of Jews and his illustra­
tions of biblical stories.
L
anger
, J
ir i
.
Nine gates to the Chassidic mysteries. New York, David
McKay, 1961. 266 p.
Myths and legends of the hassidic rabbis.
L
a ur en c e
, D
an
H. Robert Nathan: a bibliography. New Haven, Yale
University, 1960. 97 p.
A bibliography of the writings of the poet and novelist.
L
ear s i
, R
u fu s
.
Filled with laughter: a fiesta of Jewish folk humor. New
York, Yoseloff, 1961. 351 p.
Humorous Jewish folk tales, based on the stories about Chelm and
Hershele Ostropoler.
L
e f t w ic h
, J
o s eph
,
ed. and trans. The golden peacock. New York, Yoseloff,
1961. 722 p.
A revised edition of a giant anthology of Yiddish poetry.
L
e l y v e ld
, T
o b y
.
Shylock on the stage. Cleveland, Western Reserve Uni­
versity, 1960. 149 p.
The character of Shakespeare’s
Merchant of Venice
as interpreted by
the renowned actors of England and America.
L
e n g y e l
, E
m i l
.
The changing Middle East. New York, John Day, 1960.
376 p.
A survey of new developments in the Arab lands, Turkey and Israel.
L
en sk i
, G
erhard
.
The religious factor: a sociological study of religion’s
impact on politics, economics and family life. Garden City, Doubleday,
1961. 381 p.
An inquiry into the differing political and economic values of the
four socio-religious groups in America: Jews, Catholics, white Protestants
and Negro Protestants.
L
eo n
, H
arry
J. The Jews of ancient Rome. Philadelphia, Jewish Publica­
tion Society, 1960. 378 p.
L
ev
, A
mos
.
With plowshare and sword. New York, Yoseloff, 1961. 320 p.
Collected dispatches of a young Israeli army correspondent who died
at Umm al-Katef in the Sinai Peninsula in November, 1956.
L
ev in
, A
lexandra
L
e e
.
The Szolds of Lombard Street: a Baltimore family,
1859-1909. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1960. 418 p.
An intimate account of life in the home of Rabbi Benjamin Szold,
revealing the early experiences of Henrietta Szold and her development
as a leader of the Jewish community.
L
e v in e
, A
llan
E. E. An American Jewish bibliography. Cincinnati, Amer­
ican Jewish Archives, 1959. 100 p.
A list of books and pamphlets by Jews or relating to them printed
in the United States from 1851 to 1875 which are in the possession of
the HUC-JIR Library in Cincinnati.
L
ev itan
, T
in a
.
The laureates: Jewish winners of the nobel prize. New
York, Twayne, 1960. 236 p.
B io g r a p h ie s o f J ew ish sc ien t is ts an d a n o n - t e c h n i c a l e x p l a n a t io n o f
th e i r a ch ie v em e n ts a n d d is cove r ies .
L
e w in
, I
saac
.
Late summer fruit. New York, Bloch, 1960. 174
p .
Essays on the problems of Orthodox Judaism in the post-war period.
L
ew is
, T
heodore
N. My faith and people: convictions of a rabbi. New
York, Behrman, 1961. 260 p.
A collection of the writings of the rabbi of the Progressive Synagogue
in Brooklyn containing vigorous comments on Jewish life and famous
Jews and reviews of important new Hebrew books.