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B e r n a y s , E d w a rd
L. Biography of an idea: memoirs of a public relations
counsel. New York, Simon & Schuster, 1965. 847 p.
The autobiography of a prominent founder of this profession.
B i a l i k , H a y y im N a h m a n .
Selected poems. Ed. by Israel Efros. New York,
Bloch, 1965. 243 p.
English translations of poems from the Hebrew.
B i rm a n , A b r a h am ,
ed. An anthology of modern Hebrew poetry. New York,
Abelard-Schuman, 1966. 320 p.
An anthology of English translations of Hebrew poets from Bialik to
present-day Israeli poets.
B l a u , J o s e p h L .
Modern varieties of Judaism. New York, Columbia Univer­
sity, 1965. 217 p.
A discussion of emerging thought in the religious life of the Jews in
the western world.
B l a u , Y e h o s h u a .
The emergence and linguistic background of Judaeo-
Arabic. New York, Oxford University Press, 1965. 227 p.
A history of the Arabic language in Hebrew characters used by the
Jews in the countries of North Africa and the Near East.
B l o c i i , Sam
E., ed. Holocaust and rebirth: Bergen-Belsen, 1945-1965. New
York, World Federation of Bergen-Belsen Associations, 1965. 386 p.
An illustrated story of the liberation of the concentration camp and
the personal history of the survivors since 1945.
B lu m , J o h n M o r t o n .
From the Morgenthau diaries: vol. 2. Boston, Hough­
ton Mifflin, 1965. 443 p.
Selections from the diaries of Henry Morgenthau, Secretary of the
Treasury of the U.S. under President Roosevelt. This volume covers
the years 1938-1941.
Book of Proverbs, from the authorized King James version. New York, Heri­
tage, 1965. 124 p. Decorations by Valenti Angelo. Introduction by
Robert Gordis.
B o r s c h e n iu s , P o u l .
The history of the Jews from the destruction of Jerusa­
lem to our own times. New York, Simon & Schuster, 1965. 5 vols.
The Danish pastor who was in the underground resistance against the
Nazis reviews 2,000 years of Jewish history culminating in the establish­
ment of the State of Israel.
B r i n , R u t i i
F. Interpretations for the weekly Torah reading. Minneapolis,
Lerner Publications, 1965. 165 p.
Verses based on Midrashic sources.
B r a v , S t a n l e y
R., ed. Telling tales out of school: seminary memories of the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Cincinnati, Alumni
Association of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
1965. 184 p.
Student folklore about teachers, rabbis and rabbinical students’ ex­
periences in the Cincinnati and New York schools of the “College-
B u b e r , M a r t i n .
The knowledge of man. New York, Harper & Row, 1965.
184 p. Paperbound reprint.
Selected philosophical essays translated by Maurice Friedman and
Ronald Gregor Smith.