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E l i o t t , G e o r g e .
Daniel Deronda. Ed. by B. Hardy, Harmondsworth, Pen-
guin, 1967. 903 p. (English Library)
E l o n , A m o s .
Journey through a haunted land: the new Germany. Trans,
by Michael Roloff. London, Deutsch, 1967. 272 p.
The author, an Israeli journalist who has visited Germany, reports
on the commerical, political and social life of the towns, the press and
the universities, beginning with a tour of Auschwitz.
E w e n , D a v i d .
Leonard Bernstein. London, W.H. Allen, 1967. 176 p.
F a b r i c a n t , I s a a c
N. Sermons and addresses. London, Jewish Chronicle,
1966. 122 p.
F e i n b r u n ,
N., and
K o p p e l ,
R. Wild plants in the land of Israel. Trans,
from Hebrew. Tel Aviv, Massadah; London, Vallentine, Mitchell, 1967.
65 p.
F e i n s t e i n ,
E. In a green eye. London, Goliard, 1966. 32 p.
F i n k e l s t e i n , L o u i s .
Akiba: scholar, saint and martyr. London, Harper &
Row, 1966. 231 p. (Harper Torchbooks)
F r ied lander , S au l . Pius
and the Third Reich: a documentation. Trans,
from French by Samuel Frillman. London, Chatto & Windus,
272 p.
A study of the Pope’s relations with Hitler’s Germany and his attitude
towards the Jews based on documents found in the German foreign office
after the war.
G a i n h a m , S a r a h .
Night falls on the city. London, Collins, 1967. 573
p .
This novel set in Vienna is centered round the fate of a great classical
actress, a gentile married to a Jew at the time of the Second World War.
G a m z e y , R o b e r t .
Covenant. London, Yoseloff, 1966. 320 p.
A discourse on the problem of Jewish survival in freedom.
Gateway guide to Israel. London, Methuen, 1966. 64 p.
Pocket travel guide to Israel .
G e r s h o n , K a r e n ,
ed. We came as children. London, Gollancz, 1966. 176 p.
Stories of a group of Jewish refugee children who came to England
before 1939.
G o l d e n , H a r r y .
The lynching of Leo Frank. London, Cassell,
1 9 6 6 . 3 8 4 p .
An account of the lynching of a Jew in Atlanta, Ga., in 1913.
G o l o w a n j u k , J a s c h a .
The children of the umbrella maker. Trans, from
Swedish by Eleanor de Vesian. London, Hutchinson, 1967. 320 p.
A novel about a Jewish family from Odessa and their tribulations.
G o r d o n , N o a h .
The rabbi. London, Deutsche, 1966. 400 p.
A novel about an American rabbi.
G r a y z e l , S o l o m o n .
History of the contemporary Jews. London, Harper &
Row, 1966. 321 p. (Harper Torchbooks)
G r e g o r o v i o u s , F e r d i n a n d .
The ghetto and the Jews
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Rome. Trans, by
Moses Hadas. London, Bailey Bros., 1966. 120 p.
History of the Jews of Rome from Titus’ triumphant return after the
destruction of Jerusalem to the mid-nineteenth century.