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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
M
inco
, M
arga
.
Bitter herbs. Trans, from Dutch by Roy Edwards. Oxford,
Oxford University Press, 1960. 124 p. 29 ill.
History of Nazi occupied Holland written by a Jewish girl.
M
odder
, M
ontagu
F
rank
.
The Jew in the literature of England. London,
Mayflower, 1961. 447 p. (
Meridian Books).
M
onro
, M
argaret
T
heodora
.
The Old Testament and our times. London,
Longmans, 1960. 100 p.
M
oore
, P
a m e l a
.
East Side story. London, Longmans, 1961. 190 p.
Novel, set in New York’s lower East Side.
N
amenyi
, E
rnest
. The essence of Jewish art. Trans, from French by Edouard
Roditi. London, Yoseloff,
1961. 92 p. (
Popular Jewish L ibrary).
P
arkes
, J
ames
. Foundations of Judaism and Christianity. London, Vallen­
tine Mitchell,
1960. 360 p.
P
a ta i
, R
a ph a e l
.
Family, love and Bible. London, MacGibbon and Kee,
1961. 96 p.
P
aterson
, J
oh n
.
The wisdom of Israel. London, Lutterworth Press, 1961.
96 p. (
Bible Guides).
P
ea r lm a n
, M
osh e
.
The capture of Adolf Eichmann. London, Weidenfeld
& Nicolson, 1961. 192 p.
P
er e tz
, I
tzhak
L
e i b
.
The Book of Fire. Trans, from Yiddish by Joseph
Leftwich. London, W. H. Allen, 1961. 448 p.
P
f e i f f e r
, R
o bert
H. Religion in the Old Testament. London,
A .
& C. Black,
1961. 332 p.
P l a i d y , J e a n .
The end of the Spanish Inquisition. London, Hale, 1961. 181
p .
P o l i s h , D av id .
The eternal dissent. London, Abelard-Schuman, 1961. 224
p .
Study on the question of Jewish survival.
R
a b inow ic z
, H
a r r y
. A
guide to Hasidism. London, Yoseloff, 1961. 163 p.
(Popular Jewish Library).
R
a ph a e l
, F
reder ick
.
The limits of love. London, Cassell, 1960. 400 p.
Novel. Study of Jewish youth in England.
Ravensbrueck: German concentration camp for women. London, Collett’s,
1961. 151 p.
R
a y n e r
, J
ohn
D
esmond
.
Towards mutual understanding between Jews and
Christians. London, J . Clarke, 1960. 82 p.
R
e e s
, J
ea n
.
Road to Sodom. London, Davies,
1 9 6 1 . 3 2 0 p .
Novel.
R
ichardson
, H
e n r y
G
era ld
.
The English Jewry under Angevin kings. Lon­
don, Methuen, 1960. 336 p.
R
ose
, A
l b e r t
,
ed.
A
people and its faith: essays on Jews and Reform Judaism
in a changing Canada. Toronto, University Press; Oxford, Oxford Uni­
versity Press, 1960. 222 p.
R
osenberg
, E
dgar
.
From Shylock to Svengali: Jewish stereotypes in English
fiction. London, P. Owen, 1961. 388 p.
R
o th
, L
eo n
.
Judaism: a portrait. London, Faber and Faber, 1960. 240 p.
R
oth en berg
, B
en o
.
God’s wilderness: discoveries in Sinai. Trans, by J .
Witriol. London, Thames and Hudson, 1961. 196 p.
R
ow land
, J
o hn
.
The polio man: Dr. Salk. London, Lutterworth Press,
1960. 128 p.
Juvenile biography of Dr. Salk.
R
o w l e y
, H
arold
H
e n r y
.
Bible atlas. London, English Universities Press,
1961. 144 p. 32 Maps.
(Teach Yourself).
------- , ed. The Old Testament and modern study: a generation of discovery
and research. Essays by members of the Society for Old Testament Study.
Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1961. 405 p.
R
uben s
, B
e r n ic e
.
Set on edge. London, Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1960. 222 p.
Novel. Life of a Jewish family in an English provincial town.
S
a lm o n
, A
ndre
.
Modigliani: a memoir. Trans, from French by R. & D.
Weaver. London, Cape, 1961. 216 p. 34 ill.