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e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
D
eut sch er
, I
saac
.
The prophet outcast: Trotsky, 1929-1940. New York, Oxford,
1963. 560 p.
The third volume of this biography follows Leon Trotsky’s banishment
from Russia by Stalin to the time of his brutal murder in Mexico in 1940.
D
o w n e y
, G
l en v il l e
.
Gaza in the early sixth century. Norman, University of
Oklahoma, 1963. 172 p.
A history of the ancient city during Roman times.
D
u n h am
, B
arrows
.
Heroes and heretics. New York, Knopf, 1963. 484 p.
Among the historic dissenters included are Socrates, Jesus, Spinoza,
Marx and Albert Einstein.
E
fron
, B
e n ja m in
.
The message of the Torah. New York, Ktav, 1963. 152 p.
Lessons and readings from the Pentateuch with selected passages in
Hebrew with English translations.
E
hrenburg
, I
l y a
.
Memoirs, 1921-1941. Cleveland, World, 1964. 512 p.
The autobiography of the Russian Jewish writer who was fortunate to
survive the Stalin purge of Jewish intellectuals.
E
h r en fr ied
, A
l b e r t
. A
chronicle of Boston Jewry from the colonial settlement
to 1900. 1963. 771 p.
E
icho lz
, G
eorg
.
Landscapes of the Bible. New York, Harper and Row, 1963.
152 p. 104 ill.
A photographic album of the best known places mentioned in the Bible.
E
ichhorn
, D
avid
M
a x
.
Musings of an old professor: the meaning of Koheles.
New York, Jonathan David, 1963. 267 p.
A new English translation and commentary on the book of Ecclesiastes,
utilizing Midrashic sources and Rabbinic commentaries.
E
l l is
, P
e t e r
F. The men and message of the Old Testament. Collegeville,
Minn., Liturgical Press, 1963. 559 p.
An interpretation of the prophetic books of the Bible.
E
p st e in
, E
l ias
L., ed. Hebrew Union College annual: vol. 34. Cincinnati, 1963.
250, 40 p.
Scholarly studies about the Bible, Jewish liturgy, philosophy, history
and Rabbinic literature.
E
p st e in
, L
eon
D. British politics and the Suez crisis. Urbana, University of
Illinois, 1964. 220 p.
An analysis of the British position in 1956 when Anthony Eden
changed his plans regarding Egyptian seizure of the Suez Canal.
E
w ing
, U
pton
C. The prophet of the Dead Sea scrolls. New York, Philo­
sophical, 1963. 148 p.
The author identifies the sect mentioned in the scrolls with the early
Christians.
F
a ls t e in
, L
ou is
,
ed. The martyrdom of Jewish physicians in Poland. New
York, Exposition for Medical Alliance-Association of Jewish Physicians
from Poland, 1963. 500 p.
"A History of Jewish Physicians in Poland” by Leon Wulman; “Nazi
Rule in Poland and the Jewish Medical Profession” by Joseph Tenen-
baum; “Martyred Physicians” by Leopold Lazarowitz and Simon Malowist.
F
e ldm an
,
Louis H. Scholarship in Philo and Josephus, 1937-1962. New York,
Yeshiva University, 1963. 62 p.
F
e r b e r
, E
dna
.
A kind of magic. Garden City, Doubleday, 1963. 335
p .
A continuation of the American Jewish novelist’s memoirs from 1939
to 1963 with her observations about New York, Israel, Germany and the
superiority of women.