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N e w m a n , L o u is
I. Maggidim and Hasidim: their wisdom. New
Y ork ,
Bloch,
1962. 248 p.
An anthology of the choice homilies of the Dubner Maggid and the
leading hasidic rabbis, edited by the rabbi of Temple Rodeph Sholom,
New York.
N i z e r ,
Louis. My life in court. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1961. 524 p.
A lawyer’s account of his advocacy for people and causes in American
courts, including cases of interest to the Jewish historian.
N o t h , M a r t in .
Exodus. Philadelphia, Westminster, 1962. 283 p.
A commentary translated from the German.
O r e n s t e i n , W a l t e r , a n d F r a n k e l ,
H. Torah as our guide. New York, Hebrew,
1961. 271 p.
P h i l o .
Embassy to Gaius. English translation by F. H. Colson. Cambridge,
Harvard University, 1962. 520 p.
Vol. 10 in the Loeb Classical Library of the complete works of Philo,
giving the original text with an English translation and indices to the
ten volumes of this edition.
P l a u t ,
W.
G u n t h e r .
Book of Proverbs. New York, Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, 1961. 339 p.
A popular commentary by the Rabbi of Holy Blossom Synagogue,
Toronto, Canada in the series
The Jewish Commentary for B ib le Readers.
-------. Judaism and the scientific spirit. New York, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, 1962. 82 p.
P o l l , S o lo m o n .
The hasidic community of Williamsburg. New York, Free
Press of Glencoe, 1962. 308 p.
A sociological survey of the Hungarian Jewish immigrant group in
a section of Brooklyn, their economic and religious life.
P o s t a l , B e r n a r d ,
and
A b ram son , S am u e l .
The landmarks of
a
people: a
guide to Jewish sites in Europe. New York, Hill & Wang, 1962. 410 p.
A travel guide to European Jewish monuments and places.
Proceedings Rabbinical Assembly of America, 1961. Edited by Jules Harlow.
299 p.
Discussions on the American Jewish community, religion and social
action. There is also a paper by H. L. Ginsberg on new discoveries
about the Bar Kochba rebellion in 135 C.E.
P u r i n t o n , C a r l
E. Christianity and its Judaic heritage. New York, Ronald,
1961. 528 p.
R a p h a e l , C ha im .
Memoirs of a special case. Boston, Little Brown, 1962. 207 p.
A British Jew who has been an Oxford Don, British Foreign Office
official, author and Hebrew scholar describes the special nature of being
Jewish today.
R i s c h in , M o ses .
The promised city: New York’s Jews, 1870-1914. Cambridge,
Harvard University, 1962. 342 p.
A history of the Jewish community during its major period of
development following the large immigration of Jews from Eastern
Europe.
R o g o w , A r n o ld A .
The Jew in a Gentile world. New York, Macmillan, 1961.
385 p.
A selection of writings by non-Jews about Jews and Judaism.
R o o t , J o n a t h a n .
One night in July. New York, Coward McCaun, 1961. 316 p.
The background of the Rosenthal-Becker murder case in New York
City early in this century.
R o s e n , H a i im B . A
textbook of Israeli Hebrew: with an introduction to
the classical language. Chicago, University of Chicago, 1962. 352 p.
Text is to enable the student to read, write and speak acceptable
Israeli Hebrew.