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J
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B
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A
n n u a l
W
a it e
,
A. E. The holy kabbalah. New York, University Books, 1960. 636 p.
A reprint of the comprehensive study of the teachings originating
in the Zohar.
W
arburg
, F
red er ic
.
An occupation for gentlemen. Boston, Houghton
Mifflin, 1960. 288 p.
The autobiography of the London Jewish publisher, recounting his
home life and apprenticeship in the book world.
W
a xm a n
, M
e y e r
. A
history of Jewish literature: vols. 1-5. New York,
Yoseloff, 1960.
A comprehensive history of Jewish literature in Hebrew, Yiddish and
English and other languages brought up to date in a revised and en­
larged edition.
W
e r n e r
, A
l fr ed
.
The sword and the flame. New York, Yoseloff, 1960. 585 p.
Selections from the prose of Heinrich Heine.
W
estm an
,
H. The springs of creativity. New York, Atheneum, 1961. 272 p.
An interpretation of psychoanalysis and an examination of the great
stories of the Old Testament.
W
il l in s k y
,
A. I. A doctor’s memoirs. Toronto, Macmillan, 1960. 183 p.
The life story of a pioneer Jewish doctor in Toronto.
W
o l f
, E
dw in
,
2nd and
F
l em in g
, J
ohn
F .
Rosenbach: a biography. New
York, World, 1960. 616 p.
Biography of Dr. Abraham Simon Wolf Rosenbach, one of the greatest
antiquarian booksellers who was directly responsible for building up the
Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D. C., the Huntington
Library in California and the Houghton and Widener libraries at
Harvard.
W
o o l f
, L
eonard
.
Sowing: autobiography of the years 1880-1904. New York,
Harcourt, Brace, 1960. 224 p.
The early life of the well known London writer and publisher who
founded the Hogarth Press.
W
o uk
, H
erm a n
.
This is my God. New York, Doubleday, 1961. 353 p.
Paperbound reprint.
W
r ight
,
G.
E
rnest
and
F
re edm an
, D
avid
N. The biblical archaeologist
reader. New York, Doubleday, 1961. 342 p.
Selected studies from the pages of
The Biblical Archaeologist
on the
customs and life of ancient Palestine in the light of modern discoveries.
W
r ight
,
G.
E
rnest
.
Biblical archaeology. Philadelphia, Westminster, 1961.
198 p. Paperbound reprint.
------- . ed. The Bible and the ancient Near East: essays in honor of William
Foxwell Albright. New York, Doubleday, 1961. 409 p.
This volume records the great leap forward in Near Eastern studies
and honors the American scholar who has contributed most to this
achievement. Some of the essayists included are: John Bright, Edward
F. Campbell, Jr., Frank Moore Cross, Jr., David Noel Freedman, Albrecht
Goetze, G. Ernest Wright and Harry M. Orlinsky.
Y
adin
, Y
iga el
.
The scrolls of the war of the sons of light against the sons
of darkness. Trans, from Hebrew. New York, Oxford, 1961. 384 p.
The terminology and contents of the Scrolls in relation to weapons,
army formation, mobilization and tactics, as well as to the theology and
problems of ritual of the Dead Sea Scroll community.
Yearbook of the Central Conference of American Rabbis: vol. 70. Edited by
Sidney L. Regner. New York, 1961. 315 p.
A record of the year’s activity and of the 71st annual convention held
in Detroit. The papers and addresses delivered at the seminars and
sessions are included.
Z
abara
, J
oseph
ben
M
e ir
.
The book of delight. Trans, by Moses Hadas.
New York, Columbia Paperbacks, 1960. 203 p.
Stories and anecdotes of twelfth-century Spanish Jewish society, related
by a learned physician of the day.