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E t t i n g h a u s e n , M a u r i c e L e o n .
Rare books and royal collectors: memoirs
of an antiquarian bookseller. New York, Simon & Schuster, 1966. 200 p.
A famous bibliophile describes his adventures in every part of the
world in search of unusual priceless treasures.
F a l k ,
Z. Jewish matrimonial law in the middle ages. New York, Oxford
University Press, 1966. 150 p.
Medieval Jewish laws and attitude towards marriage and divorce,
tracing the evolution of monogamy and the status of married women as
it evolved from Biblical to Talmudic times up to the middle ages.
F e i n , L e o n a r d
J. Politics in Israel. Boston, Little, Brown. 1967. 240 p.
An analysis of political trends in Israel, particularly the absorption of
new immigrants and military security.
F i s h m a n , J o s h u a
A. Language loyalty in the United States: the main-
tenance and perpetuation of non-English, other tongues by American
ethnic and religious groups. The Hague, Mouton, 1966. 478 p.
A special study of the Yiddish language in America is included.
F o s t e r , J o s e p h
K. Marc Chagall: posters and personality. New York, Rey-
nal, 1966. 16 p. 216 plates.
F r e e h o f , L i l l i a n
S. and
K i n g , B u c k y .
Embroideries and fabrics for syna-
gogue and home. New York, Hearthside, 1966. 224 p.
Motifs and decorations for ark curtains, pulpit covers and Sabbath and
festival based on a study of 5,000 years of ornamental needlework.
F r o m m , E r i c h .
You shall be as gods: a radical interpretation of the Old
Testament and its tradition. New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1966.
240 p.
An affirmation of the meaning of human freedom trying to prove the
strain of radical humanism implicit in the Hebrew Bible and later
Jewish thought.
F r o m m , H e r b e r t .
The key of see: travel journals of a composer. Boston,
Plowshare, 1967. 191 p.
The autobiography of the composer, conductor and music director of
Temple Israel in Boston.
G a l l o w a y , D a v i d D .
The absurd hero in American fiction: Updike, Styron,
Bellow and Salinger. Austin, University of Texas, 1966. 257 p.
A study of heroes in literature.
G a y , R u t h .
Jews in America. New York, Basic Books, 1965. 198
p .
A short history.
G e r s h o n , K a r e n ,
ed. We came as children. New York, Harcourt, Brace &
World, 1966. 176 p.
Collective autobiographies of nine refugees who came to England as
children.
G e r s h o n , K a r e n .
Selected poems. New York, Harcourt, Brace & World,
1966. 63 p.
Thirty poems on Jewish themes.
G i l p i n , B u r h l B .
All Israel, in “the land wherein thou art a stranger.” New
York, Vantage, 1966. 160 p.
G im p e l , R e n e .
Diary of an art dealer. New York, Farrar, Straus & Cudahy,
1966. 465 p.
An authoritative account of the international art market from 1918
to 1939 by a famous Parisian art dealer who perished in a Nazi labor
camp in 1944.