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S in g e r , I s a a c B a sh e v i s .
In my father’s court. New York, Farrar, Straus &
Giroux, 1966. 307 p.
Memories of a childhood in a rabbinic home at No. 10 Krochmalna
Street in Warsaw.
S m a r t , J a m e s
D. History and theology in second Isaiah. Philadelphia,
Westminster, 1965. 304 p.
S o b e l , S am u e l ,
ed. Jewish sea stories. New York, Jonathan David, 1965. 337 p.
An anthology of Jewish stories and memoirs about life at sea written
by Jews from Biblical to modern times.
S p in o z a , B a r u c h .
Reflections and maxims. New York, Philosophical Library,
1965. 92 p.
S t e in , J o s e p h .
Fiddler on the roof. New York, Pocket Books, 1965. 168
p .
The text of the musical play which is based on Sholem Aleichem's
humorous stories about “Tevye’s Daughters.”
S t e in b e r g , M i l t o n .
Basic Judaism. New York, Harcourt, Brace & World,
1965. 172 p. Paperbound reprint.
S t e r n , S e lm a .
Josel of Rosheim. Trans, by Gertrude Hirschler. Philadelphia,
Jewish Publication Society, 1965. 327 p.
A biography of a famous Jewish communal leader, one of the first
“Stadlanim” who lived in 16th century Germany.
S te v e n s , G e o r g i a n a G .
Jordan River partition. Stanford, Calif., Stanford
University, 1966. 91 p.
The political problems resulting from dividing the waters of the
Jordan River.
S t r a u s s , L e o .
Spinoza’s critique of religion. New York, Schocken, 1965. 361 p.
Syk es , C h r i s t o p h e r .
Crossroads to Israel. Cleveland, World, 1965. 416 p.
A sympathetic account of the world background of events at the time
the State of Israel was established.
S y n a n , E d w a rd
A. The popes and the Jews in the middle ages. New York,
Macmillan, 1965. 246 p.
An historical study of the official position of the Catholic church
towards the Jews.
S za jk ow sk i , Z o sa .
Analytical Franco-Jewish gazeteer: 1939-1945. New York,
Frydman, 1965. 350 p.
Records of all French towns and cities where Jews happened to be
during the years of World War II.
T e l l e r , Judd
L. Biography of a people. New York, Bantam, 1966. 311 p.
A survey of Jewish history and the religious and social movements
which the Jewish people pioneered.
------- , ed. Acculturation and interpretation: a symposium by American,
Israeli and African experts. New York, Histadrut, 1965. 273 p.
T h i e l e , Edw in
R. The mysterious numbers of the Hebrew kings. Grand
Rapids, Mich., Eerdmans, 1966. 232 p.
T r e v e r ,
The untold story of Qumran. Westwood,
Revell, 1966. 214 p.
An account of the first examination of the Dead Sea scrolls when they
were brought to the American Schools of Oriental Research in Jerusalem.