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ew ish
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ict io n
B
ooks
S
cott
,
R. B. Y., trans. Proverbs. Ecclesiastes: introduction, translation and
notes. Garden City, Doubleday, 1965. 257 p. (Anchor Bible Series)
S
eitz
, W
illiam
C. Art Israel. New York, Museum of Modern Art, 1964. 88 p.
84 illus.
Works of 26 Israeli painters and sculptors recently exhibited at the
Jewish Museum in New York.
S
endrey
, A
lfred
, a n d N
orton
, M
ildred
. S ou n d th e s i lv e r trum p e ts . C le v e la n d ,
W o r ld -N ew Am e r ica n L ib ra ry ,
1964. 272 p.
A history of music in ancient Israel with particular reference to
music in the Book of Psalms and its influence on Christian church
music.
S
h ah n
, B
e n
.
Haggadah, Boston, Little, Brown, 1965. 154 p.
The Hebrew text copied by the artist with his illustrations together
with an English translation, introduction and notes by Cecil Roth.
S
herm an
,
C.
B
ezalel
.
The Jew within American society: a study in ethnic
individuality. Detroit, Wayne University, 1965. 260 p. Paperbound
reprint.
S
ilverman
, M
orris
,
ed. Heaven on your head. Hartford, Hartmore, 1964.
Comments on the weekly portions of the Torah and on Jewish
festivals by S. Z. Kahana of Israel.
S
malley
B
eryl
.
The study of the Bible in the middle ages. Notre Dame,
Indiana, University of Notre Dame, 1964. 406 p. Paperbound reprint.
A study showing the influence of rabbinic commentators on medieval
interpretation of the Bible.
S
peiser
, E
phra im
A., trans. Genesis: introduction, translation and notes.
Garden City, Doubleday, 1964. 379 p. (Anchor Bible Series)
S
peiser
, E
phra im
A., ed. The world history of the Jewish people: at the
dawn of civilization. New Brunswick, Rutgers University, 1965. 388 p.
The first volume covering the biblical period in Palestine.
S
piro
, M
elford
E. Children of the kibbutz. New York, Schocken, 1965. 500 p.
Paperbound reprint.
A study of child education in the collective settlements of Israel.
S
te in
, J
oseph
.
Fiddler on the roof. New York, Crown, 1965. 116 p.
The full text of the play based on Sholom Aleichem's Teyve.
S
te inbach
, A
lexander
A
l a n
,
ed. Jewish book annual: vol. 22, 5725 (1964-
1965). New York, Jewish Book Council of America, 1964. 219 p.
The tri-lingual annual of the Council with a record of its activities,
bibliographies of books published during the preceding year with
special articles on aspects of Jewish literature and Jewish scholarship
and appreciations of Jewish authors.
S
te inbach
, A
lexander
A
la n
.
Through storms we grow and other sermons,
lectures and essays. New York, Bloch, 1964. 260 p.
Addresses and essays by the rabbi of Temple Ahavath Sholom,
Brooklyn, and editor of the
Jewish Book Annual.
S
teinschneider
, M
oritz
.
Jewish literature from the eighth to the eighteenth
century. New York, Hermon Press, 1965. 378 p. Reprint.
S
tern
, B
oris
.
The kibbutz that was. Washington, Public Affairs, 1965.
158 p.
An evaluation of the achievements of the collective settlements
in Israel and their social and political impact on the country.