Page 165 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 21

Basic HTML Version

I. E.
K i e v — A m e r i c a n J e w i s h N o n - F i c t i o n B o o k s
159
S p i e g e l , S h a l o m .
Hebrew reborn. Cleveland, World, 1962. 482 p. Paperbound
reprint.
A collection of studies on the growth of modern Hebrew literature
by the professor of Hebrew literature at the Jewish Theological Seminary.
S p i l k a , M a r k .
Dickens and Kafka: a mutual interpretation. Bloomington,
Indiana University, 1963. 315 p.
Deals with the family backgrounds of both authors and outlines the
causes of their grotesque comedies: David Copperfield and America; and
appraises Bleak House and the Trial.
S p i n o z a , B a r u c h .
Hebrew grammar. New York, Philosophical, 1962. 152 p.
An English translation of the grammar by Maurice Bloom.
S t e i n b a c h ,
A.
A l a n ,
ed. Jewish book annual: vol. 20, 5723 (1962-1963).
New York, Jewish Book Council of America, 1962. 235 p.
Studies in Jewish folklore; annotated bibliographies; cumulative index
vols. 11-20.
S t e w a r t , R o b e r t
E.,
J r .
and
S t e w a r t , M a r y F r a n c e s .
Adolph Sutro: a biog-
raphy. Berkeley, Calif., Howell-North, 1962. 243 p.
S t r a u s s , L e w i s L .
Men and decisions. Garden City,
N . Y .,
Doubleday, 1962.
468 p.
Memoirs of a former chairman of the U. S. Atomic Energy Commis-
sion and Rear Admiral U. S. Navy who at one time was president of
Congregation Emanu-El in New York.
S t r i z o w e r , S c h i f r a .
Exotic Jewish communities. New York, Yoseloff, 1963.
157 p.
Descriptions of Yemenites, Bene Israel, the Jews of Cochin, the
Karaites and the Samaritans.
S z a j k o w s k i , Z o s a .
Franco-Judaica: an analytical bibliography of books, pam-
phlets, decrees, briefs and other printed documents pertaining to the Jews
in France, 1500-1788. New York, American Academy for Jewish Research,
1962. 160 p.
T e p l i t z , S a u l
I., ed. Best Jewish sermons of 5721-5722. New York, Jonathan
David, 1962. 238 p.
Contains 30 sermons by distinguished rabbis of all denominations
from all parts of the country.
The Torah, the five books of Moses: a new translation of The Holy
Scriptures according to the Masoretic text. Philadelphia, Jewish Pub-
lication Society, 1963. 393 p.
A modern translation by a committee of American Jewish scholars
and rabbis of which Harry M. Orlinsky was the chairman.
U m e n , S a m u e l .
Jewish concepts and reflections. New York, Philosophical,
1962. 190 p.
Based on popular discussions with youth groups about fundamental
ideas of Jewish thought.
----- . Pharisaism and Jesus. New York, Philosophical, 1963. 145 p.
An interpretation of the attitude of the rabbis to Jesus and Christian-
ity.
W a c h o l d e r , B e n Z io n .
Nicolaus of Damascus. Berkeley and Los Angeles,
University of California, 1962. 150 p.
A scholarly study of the life and work of the historian who served as
a source for Josephus by the professor of rabbinics, Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Los Angeles, Calif.