Page 436 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 25

Basic HTML Version

J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
4 1 4
Great Jewish Books and Civilization,
by Mortimer J. Cohen. 11:3-11.
Great Jewish Books: Old and New,
by Leon Roth. 14:3-16.
Greenbaum, Aaron, Homiletical Lit*
erature. (H) 7: *13-* 17.
Greenberg, Moshe, Yehezkel Kauf-
mann. 22:58-60.
Greenberg, Uri Zvi, by Isaiah Rabino-
vich. (H) 22:97-104.
Greenstone, Julius H., Jewish Ency-
clopedias. [2] :54-56; Books of Elijah
Gaon, 6:76—83.
Grunberger, Richard, Literature of
Remorse. 22:26-41.
Grunfeld, Isaiah Isidor, Samson Ra-
phael Hirsch. 21:94-103.
Gutmann, Joseph, Recent Literature
on Jewish Art. 25:165-175.
Haberman, A. M., Abraham ibn Ezra.
(H) 24:61-64.
Hadoar,
by Menahem G. Glenn.
(H) 6: *40-*44.
Hakore, Ain, Hebrew Literature in
America. (H) 4: *23-*27; (H) 5:
*16-22; (H) 6: *16-*22; (H) 7:
*1-*12; (H) 8: *15-*24.
Halevi, Mordecai, 30th Anniversary
of the Histadruth Ivrith. (H) 5:
*59-*65.
Halkin, Shimon, S. J. Agnon at Sev-
enty. 16:47-54.
Ha-Poel Ha-Tzair,
by G. Kressel.
(H) 15:64-67.
Hasidism, Three Paths in, by Abra-
ham Berger. 19:67-74.
Hassidic Influences in Imaginative
English Literature, by Joseph Left-
wich. 17:3-11.
Hassidism, I. L. Peretz and, by S.
Niger. (Y) 4: *75-*84.
Ha-Yahadut
of Broides, by A. R. Mai-
achi. (H) 10: *54-*62. ,
Hebrew Authors and Holy Writing,
by S. Y. Agnon. 25:5-16.
Hebrew Belles-Lettres, A Quarter
Century of American, by Jacob
Kabakoff. 25:204-213.
Hebrew Book, by Menahem Ribalow.
(H) [1]: *5-*7.
Hebrew Books. See Israel.
Goldman, Solomon, Louis Ginzberg.
8:97-100.
Goldstein, Fanny, Jewish Child in
Bookland. 5:84-100; American Jew-
ish Juvenile Books. 11:27-31; 12:
114-119; 13:89-92; 14:101-104; 15:
116-119; 16:131-135.
Goldstein, Fanny, by Charles Angoff.
20:70-72.
Goldstein, Israel, Significance of Jew*
ish Book Week. [1]: 13-14.
Golub, Jacob S., Bibliography on
Jewish Education. [2]: 31-40;
American Jewish Juvenile Litera-
ture. 9:27-29.
Goodman, Philip, Jewish Book Coun-
cil of America, Annual Report. 4:
108-110; 5:109-113; 6:89-94; 7:
109-113; 8:109-114; 9:70-75; 10:52-
59; 11:189-199; 12:171-177; 13:160-
166; 14:162-168; 15:176-182; 16:
202-211; 17:179-184; 18:229-238;
19:206-213; 20:220-225; 21:228-
236; 22:207-213; 23:223-232; 24:
205-214; Summary of Hebrew and
Yiddish Sections. 4:111-114; 5: 114-
118; 6:95-96; The Prince of the
Ghetto, 11:176-177; Love of Books
as Revealed in Jewish Bookplates.
12:77-90; Jews in Russia. 23:24-33;
A Chronicle of the Jewish Book
Council of America. 25:366-403.
Gordon, Cyrus H., Selected Books on
the Dead Sea Scrolls. 17:12-18.
Gordon, Judah Loeb, by A. R. Mala-
chi. (H) [1]: *18-22; by Zevulun
Ravid. (H) 24:69-76.
Graetz’s Structuring of Jewish His-
tory, by Solomon Grayzel. 23:82-86.
Grant, Chaim, Appropriate Days for
Presenting Children with Book
Gifts. (Y) [1]: *78-*82.
Grayzel, Solomon, Preface. [1]:7; [2]:
ii; Introduction, 4:1-2; 5:1-2; 6:1;
7:1-2; 8:1-2; Anniversaries. [1]:39-
40; Abraham Ibn Ezra. [l]:44-46;
First American Jewish Publication
Society. 3:42-44; Jacob H. SchifE
and Jewish Books. 5:78-80; A Hun-
dred Years of the Bloch Publishing
Company. 12:72-75; Graetz’s Struc-
turing of Jewish History. 23:82-86.