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e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
R
a b inow ic z
, O
skar
K. Winston Churchill on Jewish problems. New York,
Yoseleff, 1960. 231 p.
Selections from his writings and speeches relating to Palestine and
the Jews during the great catastrophe.
R
ad
, G
erhard
von
.
Genesis: a commentary. Trans,
b y
John H. Marx.
Philadelphia, Westminster, 1961. 480 p.
A new approach to the study of Genesis using the results of literary
criticism and form criticism. The author interprets Genesis as a theo­
logical and historical treatment of God’s choice of Israel.
R
eyno ld s
, Q
u en t in
, K
atz
, E
ph ra im
and
A
ld o u b y
, Z
w y
.
Minister of death:
the Adolf Eichmann story. New York, Viking, 1960. 246 p.
Adolf Eichmann, chief of the Jewish office of the Gestapo during the
Hitler period, directed, organized, planned and executed the extermina­
tion of European Jewry.
R
ichardson
,
H.
G .
The English Jewry under Angevin kings. New York,
Humanities, 1961. 288 p.
A study of relations of the Jews with the Gentile community which
throws new light on the expulsion of the Jews in 1290.
R
ivk in
, S
ad ie
H. Mama’s meichulim: traditional Jewish cooking made easy.
New York, Yoseloff, 1960. 158 p.
Short-cuts to traditional Jewish cookery for the busy modern house­
wife. The author teaches Jewish cooking at the Educational Alliance,
New York.
R
ob inson
, J
acob
and
F
r iedm an
, P
h i l i p
.
Guide to Jewish history under
Nazi impact. New York, YIVO, 1960. 425 p.
A bibliographical guide.
R
ogers
, V
irgil
and
A
rmstrong
, J
ames
F.
A beginner’s workbook to biblical
Hebrew. Nashville, Abingdon, 1960. 114 p.
R
o m e
, D
avid
.
A selected bibliography
o f
Jewish Canadiana. Montreal,
Canadian Jewish Congress and Jewish Public Library, 1959.
R
o n ch
, I
saac
E
lchanan
.
Selected poems. New York, Alliance, 1961. 128 p.
Translations from the Yiddish.
R
o sen baum
,
M.,
S
il b e rm a n n
,
A. M.,
B
lashk i
,
A. and
J
o seph
,
L.
Pentateuch
with Targum Onkelos, Haphtarot and prayers for Sabbath and Rashi’s
commentary translated into English and annotated. New York, Hebrew
Publishing, 1960. vols. I-V.
The text of Rashi is printed in vocalized, regular Hebrew type.
R
osenberg
, E
dgar
.
From Shylock to Svengali: Jewish stereotypes in English
fiction. Stanford, University Press, 1960. 388 p.
A study of the Jew in 19th century fiction. The author not only traces
the main elements of the stereotype but also offers fresh appraisals of
the novelists themselves.
R
osenberg
, S
tuar t
E. A time to speak: of man, faith and society. New York,
Bloch, 1960. 181 p.
Sermons and addresses by the rabbi of Congregation Goel Tzedek,
Toronto, Canada.
------- . Bridge to brotherhood: Judaism’s dialogue with Christianity. New
York, Abelard-Schuman, 1961. 171 p.
New proposals for understanding between the modern adherents of
the two faiths.
R
o sen bloom
, J
oseph
R .
A biographical dictionary of early American Jews:
colonial times through 1800. Lexington, University of Kentucky, 1960.
175 p.
Lists every person identifiable as a Jew in America before 1800, in­
cluding Jewish converts to Christianity; approximately 4,000 entries,
arranged alphabetically with birth and death dates and parentage.
R
o th
, L
eo n
.
Judaism: a portrait. New York, Viking, 1961. 240 p.
Characterizes the nature and patterns of Jewish thought through the
ages.