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D r i v e r , G e o f f r e y R o l l e s .
The Judaean scrolls. New York, Schocken, 1966.
624 p.
The textual and historical problems of the Dead Sea scrolls.
E f r o n , B e n j am in .
Currents and trends in contemporary Jewish thought.
New York, Ktav, 1965. 311 p.
Popular essays on the philosophy and rituals of Judaism and Jewish
E h r i c h , R o b e r t
W., ed. Chronologies in old world archaeology. Chicago, Uni­
versity of Chicago, 1966. 557 p.
Includes chapters on Biblical and Near Eastern archaeology by
W. F. Albright.
E h r l i c h , E r n s t L u dw ig .
A concise history of Israel from the earliest times
to the destruction of the temple in A.D. 70. Trans, from German by
James Barr. New York, Harper & Row, 1965. 153 p. Paperbound reprint.
E i c h h o r n , D av id M a x ,
ed. Conversion to Judaism: a history and analysis.
New York, Ktav, 1966. 288 p.
Articles by various writers about the attitude of Judaism to proselytes
and the personal experiences of people who became Jews.
E i s e n b e r g , H a t t i e C r y s t a l .
Bar Mitzvah with ease. Garden City, N.Y.,
Doubleday, 1966. 96 p.
Etiquette and party arrangement suggestions.
E i s s f e l d t , O t t o .
The Old Testament: an introduction. New York, Harper
Row, 1965. 861 p.
A full review of the latest scholarship of the Bible, Apocrypha and
the literature of the Dead Sea scrolls. Translated from the 3rd German
edition. The bibliographical references are up to date.
E i t i n g e r , L e o .
Concentration camp survivors in Norway and Israel. New
York, Humanities, 1965. 199 p.
A psychiatric analysis of cases showing the effects of incarceration on
character and personality during and after the war.
E p s t e in , M e l e c h .
Profiles of eleven. Detroit, Wayne State University, 1965.
379 p.
The impact of eleven prominent Jewish personalities on immigrant
life in America. These include Morris Winchevsky, Abe Cahan, Joseph
Barondess, Jacob Gordin, Morris Hillquit, Benjamin Schlesinger, Isaac
A. Hourwich, Sidney Hillman, Chaim Zhitlowsky and B. C. Vladeck.
F a r b r id g e , M a u r i c e H a r r y .
English literature and the Hebrew renaissance.
Mystic, Conn., Verry, 1965. 160 p.
A comparative study of the influence of both cultures on each other;
F e in b e r g , A b r a h am L .
Storm the gates of Jericho. New York, Marzani &
Munsell, 1966. 344 p.
An autobiographical account of the life and convictions of a rabbi.
F e in s t e in , M a r n in .
American Zionism: 1884-1904. New York, Herzl Press
1965. 320 p.
An historical study of Zionist ideas among American Jews before and
after the first Zionist Congress and the founding of the Zionist organ­