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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
E
hrm ann
,
F., ed. Terezin, 1941-45. Trans, from Czech. London, Collets, 1965.
327 p.
E
issfeld t
,
O. The Hebrew Kingdom. Palestine in the time of the 19th dynasty.
Cambridge, University Press, 1966. 80, 32 p. (Cambridge Ancient History,
Fasc. 31)
F
a lk
, Z .
Jewish matrimonial law in the middle ages. Oxford, University
Press, 1965. 168 p. (Scripta Judaica VI)
Jewish marriage and divorce; evolution of monogamy.
F
ishm an
, I
sidore
.
From Sabbath to Sabbath. London, Vallentine Mitchell,
1965. 128 p.
Guide to the customs and laws of Sabbath.
F
rum k in
, J
acob
, A
ronson
, G
regor
,
and
G
o ld enw e iser
, A
l l i s
.
Russian Jewry
(1860-1917). London, Yoseloff, 1966. 504 p.
Essays on every aspect of Jewish life in Russia.
G
er sh l ick
, M
orris
.
Erskine Childers and Israel. London, Narod Press, 1965.
62 p.
G
inzburg
, N
a ta l ia
.
Family sayings. Trans, from Italian by D. M. Low.
London, Hogarth Press, 1966.
A prize-winning novel.
G
l a n v il l e
, B
r ian
.
The king of the Hackney Marshes and other stories.
London, Seeker and Warburg, 1965. 256 p.
Short stories.
A golden treasury of Jewish tales. Retold by Asher Barash. Trans, from
Hebrew by Murray Roston. London, W. H. Allen, 1966. 172 p.
Children’s book.
G
o shen
-G
o ttste in
, E
sther
R. Marriage and first pregnancy: cultural influ­
ences on attitudes of Israeli women. London, Tavistock, 1966. 140 p.
(Mind and Medicine Monographs No. 11)
H
a l p e rn
, J
o s eph
.
History of our people in post-biblical times. London,
Shapiro Vallentine, 1965. 311 p.
Hebrew poems from Spain. Introduction and trans. by David Goldstein.
London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1965. 176 p. (Littman Library of
Jewish Civilization)
H
u f t e l
,
S. Arthur Miller: the burning glass. London, W.
H .
Allen, 1965.
256 p.
Biography and evaluation.
I
sh
-K
ishor
,
S.
A
boy of old Prague. London, Chatto and Windus, 1966. 96 p.
Children’s book about a gentile servant to an old Jew in 16th century
Prague who learns to appreciate the Jews’ respect for individuals.
J
acobson
, D
an
.
The beginners. London, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1966. 488 p.
A story of the Glickman family’s fortunes from Lithuania to London,
to South Africa and to Israel.
Jewish Chronicle travel guide, 1966. Ed. by “Green Flag.” London, Jewish
Chronicle, 1966. 288 p.