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K r u i j f , T h .
G. The Bible on sexuality. De Pere, Wis., St. Norbert Academy,
1966. 103 p.
A Catholic interpretation of Biblical teaching about the relation be-
tween man and woman.
L e v e n s o n , S a m u e l .
Everything but money. New York, Simon & Schuster,
1966. 285 p.
Reminiscences about Jewish home life in New York by a teacher who
has won fame as a raconteur.
L e w i s , J a c k
P. The minor prophets. Grand Rapids, Mich., Baker Book
House, 1966. 103 p.
An introduction to the twelve prophets.
L i e b e r m a n , A r c h i e .
The Israelis. Chicago, Quadrangle, 1966. unpaged.
Album of photographs of life in modern Israel.
L i e b m a n , J o s h u a L o t h .
Hope for man. New York, Simon & Schuster, 1966.
250 p.
A posthumous volume by the late rabbi of Temple Israel in Boston
offering an optimistic philosophy and guide to self-fulfillment.
L i p s i t z , L o u .
Cold water. Middletown, Conn., Wesleyan University, 1967.
Poems by a young American Jewish poet.
L i p t z i n , S o l .
The Jew in American literature. New York, Bloch, 1966. 251
p .
The image of the Jew as found in the novels of the 19th century in
L o n g ,
B r u c e .
Judaism and the Christian seminary curriculum. Chicago,
Loyola University, 1966. 166 p. Paperbound.
Outlines of the teachings of Judaism for students preparing for the
Christian ministry in America.
L u z z a t t o , M o s h e C h a im .
M es illa t Yesharim :
the path of the just. Jeru-
salem and New York, Philipp Feldheim, 1967. 352 p.
The ethical tract by the Italian Jewish mystic and rabbi with a vocal-
ized Hebrew text and an English translation by Shraga Silverstein.
L y s , D a n i e l .
The meaning of the Old Testament. Nashville, Tenn., Abing-
don, 1967. 192 p.
The relevance of the Bible and the message to be found in Biblical
exegesis and theology.
M a n n , J a c o b ,
S o n n e , I s a i a h .
The Bible as read and preached in the
old synagogue: vol. 2. Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College, 1966. 255,
239 p.
A study in the cycles of the readings from Torah and Prophets, as well
as from Psalms, and in the structure of Midrashic homilies. The first
volume was published by the late Dr. Mann in 1940.
M a r i a n o , N i c k y .
Forty years with Berenson. New York, Knopf, 1966. 352 p.
Memoir with initimate portraits of Bernard Berenson, Mrs. Berenson,
the author and the succession of talented, prominent people who came
to I Tatti palace in Florence, Italy.
M a r x , G r o u c h o .
The Groucho letters. New York, Simon & Schuster, 1967.
319 p.
A collection of the entertainer’s correspondence with leading per-
sonalities in the theater and business, and with his family and friends.