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R
o w l e y
,
H. H., ed. The Old Testament and modern study: a generation
of study and research. New York, Oxford, 1961. 438 p.
Twelve essays by prominent scholars who review the many changes
and trends in the field since the First World War. The two chapters on
the Old Testament and the archeology of Palestine and the ancient
East are by W. F. Albright.
R
u b in
, J
acob
A. and
B
a rka i
, M
e y e r
.
Pictorial history of Israel. New York,
Yoseloff, 1961. 320 p.
A newly revised edition brought up to date.
R
u bn er
, A
l e x
.
The economy of Israel. New York, Praeger, 1960. 307
p .
A review of ten years of industrial and economic growth since the
State was founded.
R
un es
, D
agobert
D .
Lost legends of Israel. New York, Philosophical, 1961.
90 p.
A small collection of Jewish legends.
R
u ten bo rn
, G
u en t e r
.
The sign of Jonah. Trans, from German by George
White. New York, Nelson, 1960. 91 p.
R
y a n
, T
o m
.
Otto Preminger
films
Exodus. New York, Random, 1960. 64
p .
The story of the actual filming.
S
a l isbu r y
, H
arrison
E
vans
. T
o
Moscow—and beyond: a reporter’s narrative.
New York, Harper, 1960. 301 p.
The former Moscow correspondent of the New York Times visited the
Jewish communities in Biro-Bidjan and describes the problems faced by
the Jews in the USSR.
S
a lm o n
, A
ndre
.
Modigliani: a memoir. Trans,
by
R. and D. Weaver. New
York, Putman, 1961. 216 p.
Picture of the artist and his environment.
S
an dm el
, S
a m u e l
.
A Jewish understanding of the New Testament. New
York, University, 1960. 333 p. Paperbound reprint.
S
a rtre
, J
e a n
-P
a u l
.
Anti-Semite and Jew. Trans, from French by George
J . Becker. New York, Grove, 1960. 153 p. Paperbound reprint.
S
chaar
, J
ohn
H .
Escape from authority: the perspectives of Erich Fromm.
New York, Basic Books, 1961. 349 p.
The first serious critique of his work and thought which charts the
ethical-philosophical territory which Fromm has made his own.
S
ch ech tm an
, J
oseph
B. On wings of eagles: the plight, exodus and home­
coming of Oriental Jewry. New York, Yoseloff, 1961. 416 p.
An account of the recent mass transfer of Jews from Oriental countries
to Israel, where over half a million people were moved from more than
ten Oriental countries.
S
chn itzer
, H
en r y
R. Thy goodly tent: the first fifty years of Temple
Emanu-El, Bayonne, N. J . Bayonne, Temple Emanu-El, 1961. 88 p.
A congregational history.
S
cho en ste in
, R
a l p h
.
The block. New York, Random, 1960. 137
p .
Story of his own youth as “a member of the last generation of
children for whom Manhattan was a playground and not ground
‘zero’.”
S
easongood
, M
u rra y
.
Selections from speeches (1900-1959). New York,
Knopf, 1960. 270 p.
The record of public life of a leading citizen and former Mayor of
Cincinnati who was active in Jewish affairs.
S
c h o l em
, G
ershom
G .
Jewish gnosticism, Merkabah mysticism, and talmudic
tradition. New York, Jewish Theological Seminary, 1960. 126 p.
Lectures on the early origins of the Kabbalah in Judaism.
------- . Major trends in Jewish mysticism. New York, Schocken, 1961. 460 p.
Paperbound reprint.
S
cho lz
, A
rno
.
Israel, land of hope: a report in pictures. With the col­
laboration of Theodor F. Meysels. Trans, from German by Patrick
Lynch. Berlin-Grunewald, Arani; New York, Heineman, 1960. 54 p.
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