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J e w i s h B o o k A n n u a l
R i b a l o w , H a r o l d U r i e l .
Arnold Wesker. New York, Twayne, 1966. 154 p.
An analysis of the plays and the background of one of London’s
young Jewish dramatists.
R i n g g r e n , H e lm e r .
Israelite religion. Philadelphia, Fortress, 1966. 391 p.
The historical development of the faith of Israel during the period
of the First Temple through the Second Commonwealth.
R o b in s o n , J a c o b .
And the crooked shall be made straight: the Eichmann
trial, the Jewish catastrophe, and Hannah Arendt’s narrative. New York,
Macmillan, 1965. 406 p.
An examination of the charges contained in Hannah Arendt’s report
to the
New Yorker
of the background and the proceedings of the trial
of Adolph Eichmann in Jerusalem.
R o s e n , B e r n a r d C a r l .
Adolescence and religion: the Jewish teenager in
American society. Cambridge, Mass., Schenkman, 1965. 218 p.
R o s e n b e r g , S t u a r t
E. The search for Jewish identity in America. Garden
City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1965. 300 p. Paperbound reprint.
R o s e n b lo o m , N o a h
H. Luzzatto’s ethico-psychological interpretation of
Judaism.
N ew
York, Yeshiva University, 1965. 213 p.
An analysis of the religious philosophy of Samuel David Luzzatto,
particularly in his
Yesode Hatorah
written while he was head of the
Rabbinical Seminary in Padua in the middle of the 19th century.
R o s e n s t o c k , M o r t o n .
Louis Marshall: defender of Jewish rights. Detroit,
Wayne State University, 1965. 334 p.
A description of the constitutional lawyer’s challenge to the growth of
anti-Semitism while he was head of the American Jewish Committee.
R o s e n t h a l , F r a n k .
Abstracts of doctoral and masters’ dissertations in Jewish
education and related areas. Los Angeles, University of Judaism, 1965.
137 p.
R o s e n zw e ig , F r a n z .
On Jewish learning. Ed.
b y
Nahum N. Glatzer. New
York, Schocken, 1965. 128 p.
Three essays on the need of adult Jewish education which led to the
establishment of the famous Jewish
lehrhaus
in Frankfurt am Main,
Germany.
R o t h , C e c i l .
The Dead Sea Scrolls: a new historical approach. New York,
Norton, 1965. 99 p.
------- . The Jews in the renaissance. New York, Harper & Row, 1965. 378 p.
Paperbound reprint.
A survey of the contribution made by Jews to the intellectual life of
16th century Italy.
------- . A Jewish book of days. New York, Hermon, 1966. 330 p.
A chronological almanac of daily events from the time the Jews first
came to Europe to the time of the Balfour Declaration (321-1917).
R o t h m u l l e r , A r o n M a r k o .
The music of the Jews: revised and enlarged
edition. New York, Yoseloff, 1965. 254 p.
A historical outline of Jewish music from Biblical times to contem­
porary synagogal and art music in Europe and in Israel.
R u n e s , D a g o b e r t D av id .
The Jew and the cross. New York, Philosophical
Library, 1965. 96 p.
Christianity’s responsibility for anti-Semitism through the ages.