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Frug, S., by Leon Feinberg. (Y) 17:
65-72; by S. D. Singer. (Y) 24:87-
90.
Frydman-Szajkowski, S., Jewish Press
in Liberated Countries. (Y) ' 5:
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122
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Galpert, Maurice T., Modern Hebrew
Literature in English Translation.
8:68-76.
Geiger, Abraham, by Felix A. Levy.
18:86-94.
German Literature, The Jew in Post-
war, by Lothar Kahn. 24:14-22.
Gershom, Rabbenu, by Shlomo Eidel-
berg. 17:49-52.
Gewirtz, Leonard B., The Writings
of Rav Abraham Isaac Kook. 18:
123-127.
Gininger, Chaim, Dr. Alfred Landau.
(Y) 9: *102-*106.
Ginzberg, Louis, by Solomon Gold-
man. 8:97-100.
Glanz-Leyeles, A., J. J. Schwartz. (Y)
20:124-131; Avraham Liesin. (Y)
22:89-96; Jacob Glatstein. (Y) 23:
99-106.
Glanz-Leyeles, A., by Leon A. Fein-
berg. (Y) 8: *140-*144; by Melech
Ravitch. (Y) 19:107-112; by Sol
Liptzin. 25:116-122.
Glatstein, Jacob, by A. Glanz-Leyeles.
(Y) 23:99-106.
Glatzer, Nahum N., The Writings of
Leopold Zunz. 19:85-89.
Glenn, Menahem G., Hebrew Books
in English Translation. (H) [1]:
*41-42; Beginnings of Hebrew Lit*
erature in America. (H) [2]: *13-
*23; Library at Dropsie College.
(H) 3: *71-*74;
Hadoar.
(H) 6:
*40-*44; Hebrew Bibliography of
American Jewish History. (H)
12:51-59; Hebrew Literature in Is-
rael. (H) 11:60-94; (H) 13:145-
159; (H) 14:151-161; (H) 15:167-
175; (H) 16:191-201; Isaac Baer
Levinsohn. 17:59-64; Daniel Persky.
20:73-75; Maharam of Lublin. (H)
23:77-81.
Goldberg, B. Z., Sholom Aleichem.
23:93-98.
20:159-163; 21:161-165; 22:146-150;
by Harold U. Ribalow, 23:155-158;
24:137-140; 25:286-289.
Fiction, Impressions of Contempo-
rary Jewish-American, by Charles
Angoff. 14:17-22.
Fiction on Jewish Themes, Historical,
by Harold U. Ribalow. 23:63-69.
Fiction, Jewish Characters in Gen-
tile, by Mortimer J. Cohen. [1]:63-
72.
Finkelstein, Louis, Significance of
Jewish Book Week. [1]:13.
Fineman, Irving, Henrietta Szold as
Writer. 18:95-99.
Fishman, J. L., Writings of, by P.
Churgin. (H) 5: *44-*45.
Fleg, Edmond, by Maurice Schneps.
8:101-103.
Folklore of Various Jewish Commu-
nities, Ethnology and, by Haim
Schwarzbaum. 19:23-32.
France, Postwar Jewish Literature in,
by Simon Schwarzfuchs. 22:20-25.
Frank, M. Z., Summary of the He-
brew and Yiddish Sections. 3:81-82;
Stybel Publishing House. (H) 3:
*60-*62.
French-Jewish Writers, by Lothar
Kahn. 25:60-69.
Friedland, Eliezer, Children’s Litera*
ture in Palestine. (H) 4: *48-*50.
Friedland, H. A., The Librarian
(poem). (H) 3: *44.
Friedman, Lee M., American Jewish
Literary “Firsts.” 12:45-50.
Friedman, Philip, 100 Yiddish Books
on Destruction and Bravery. (Y)
8: *122-* 132; (Y) 9: *80-92; Lit-
erature of Landsmanshaften in U.S.
in Last Ten Years. (Y) 10: *81-
*96; Bibliography of the Warsaw
Ghetto. 11:121-128; The Fate of
Jewish Book During the Nazi Era.
15:3-13.
Friedman, Philip, by Yudel Mark,
(Y) 18:76-80.
Friedman, Maurice, Martin Buber.
23:6-15.
Friedman, Theodore, Hayyim Joseph
David Azulai, 14:63-69.
Frischman, David, by A. R. Malachi.
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