Page 216 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 21

Basic HTML Version

J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
210
D a v i e s , W i l l i a m
D. Christian origins and Judaism. London, Darton, Long-
man & Todd, 1962. 268
p .
Studies in the Rabbinic setting of the New Testament in the light
of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
D a v i s , S a m u e l ,
and
M e y e r K a y e .
The golden thread. 111.
b y
W. Herz.
London, Vallentine, Mitchell, 1962. 134 p.
Stories for children from Bible and Talmud.
D a y a n , Y a e l . D u s t .
London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1962. 166
p .
Novel set in modern Israel.
D o m n i t z , M y e r .
Learning to live with our neighbors. London, Woburn,
1962. 32 p.
D o n a l d s o n , F r a n c e s .
The Marconi scandal. London, Hart-Davis, 1962.
304
p .
History of a smear-campaign involving the Marquess of Reading
(Rufus Isaacs) and Herbert Samuel (Viscount Samuel) during the
Asquith government.
D r o s t e - H u l s h o f f , A n n e t t e v o n .
The Jew’s beech. Trans, from German by
L. &
D .
Thomas. London, Calder, 1962. 80 p. (Calderbooks)
E d e lm a n , M a u r i c e .
The fratricides. London, Hamish Hamilton, 1963. 288 p.
Novel set in Algeria during the weeks when the O.A.S. were making
last efforts to frustrate the peace settlement.
E h r l i c h , E r n s t .
A concise history of Israel from the earliest times to the
fall of Jerusalem, 70 A.D. London, Darton, Longman & Todd, 1962•
160 p.
E. M. J.: the man and his work. Published on behalf of the Ernst M.
Joseph Memorial by Vallentine Mitchell, 1962. 116 p.
Biography of E. M. Joseph, architect and pioneer in Jewish youth
work.
E n s l i n , M o r t o n S .
The Prophet from Nazareth. London, McGraw Hill,
1962. 221 p.
E p p l e r , E l i z a b e t h E s t h e r .
Schools of Jewish philosophy: catalogue of
a n
exhibition. London, World Jewish Congress, British Section, 1963. 22 p.
Essays in Jewish Sociology, Labour and Co-Operation in Memory of Dr.
Noah Barou, 1889-1955. Ed. by Henrik F. Infield. London, Yoseloff
for the World Jewish Congress, 1962. 186 p.
F a l u d y , G e o r g e .
My happy days in Hell. London, Deutsch, 1962. 472 p.
Autobiography of a Hungarian poet of Jewish origin gaoled by the
Communists.
F i n n , R a l p h
L.
N o
tears in Aldgate. London, Hale, 1963. 190
p .
Story set in the vanishing East End of London.
F r a n k , A n n e .
Tales from the house behind. London, World’s Work, 1962.
163 p.
Fables written by the martyred Jewish girl.
F r i e d m a n , B r u c e J a y .
Stern. London, Deutsch, 1963. 192
p .
Novel set in the New York Jewish scene.
G i l k e s , A n t h o n y N e w c o m b e .
Impact of the Dead Sea Scrolls. London,
Macmillan, 1963. 168 p.
G l a n v i l l e , B r i a n .
The director’s wife. London, Seeker and Warburg, 1963.
252 p.
Short stories, some in a Jewish milieu.
G l a t z e r , N a h u m N . ,
ed. Hammer on the rock. London, Bailey Bros., 1962.
128 p.