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of American Hebrew Letters. 25:
204-213. S. Y. Agnon’s Works in
English Translation. 25:39-41.
Kahn, Lothar, Jew in Postwar Ger-
man Literature. 24:14-22; French-
Jewish Writers. 25:60-69.
Kahn, Sholom J., Some Younger Po-
ets of Israel. 18:20-37.
Kalisher, Zvi Hirsh, by Aaron Peche-
nick (H) 8: *53-*57.
Kallen, Horace, by Milton R. Kon-
vitz. 20:107-110.
Kaminka, Aaron, by Abraham Weiss.
(H) 9: *63-*65.
Kaplan, Writings of Mordecai M., by
Judah Nadich. 19:90-97.
Katsh, A. I., Collections of Hebrew
Books in Public Libraries. (H) [2]:
*48-*50.
Kaufmann, Renate, and Berger, Abra-
ham, Jewish Encyclopedias and
other Reference Works in the Last
Twenty Years. 15:41-49.
Kaufman, Yehezkel, by Moshe Green-
berg. 22:58-60.
Kerstein, Solomon, Jewish Libraries
and Book Collections in America.
(Y) 3: *142-*159; Jewish Book
Collections in American Libraries
and Universities. (Y) 4: *104-*120;
Jewish Book Council of America.
H) 6: *50-*52; (Y) 6: *102-*104;
American Books on Israel and
Zionism. 12:104-107; 13:82-84; 14:
94-96; 15:109-111; Rabbi Judah
Leib Maimon. 21:60-65.
Kibel, Hayyim, Suggestions for Book
Exhibits and Book Programs. (H)
[2]: *43-*47.
Kiev, I. Edward, American Jewish
Non-Fiction Books, 9:11-18; 10:
3-9; 11:12-18; 12:91-103; 13:73-81;
14:85-93; 15:100-108; 16:113-125;
17:95-106; 18:144-157; 19:129-146;
20:142-158; 21:147-160; 22:125-145;
23:143-154; 24:116-136; 25:269-285.
Kiev, Mary N., American Jewish Fic-
tion Books. 11:22-26; 12:108-113;
13:85-88; 14:97-100; 15:112-115;
16:126-130; 17:107-110; 18:158-161;
19:147-151; 20:159-163; 21:161-165;
22:146-150.
Jewish Publication Society of Ameri-
ca. Two Generations of Jewish Lit-
erary Labor, by Maurice Jacobs. 7:
89-100.
Jewish Studies in the Ten Years of
the State of Israel, by G. Kressel.
(H) 17:19-27.
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America Library, by Nahum M.
Sarna. 21:53-59.
Jewish Thought, Basic Books of, by
Simon Federbusch. (H) 3: *1-*16.
Jewish Writer: His Work and His
Public, by Meyer Levin. 16:81-84.
Jewish Writing, Themes for, by Alex-
ander Alan Steinbach. 16:85-89.
Journalism in America, Samples of
Old Yiddish, by M. Hezkuni. (Y)
3: *98-*101.
Juvenile Books, American Jewish, by
Jacob S. Golub. 9:27-29; by Au-
gusta Saretsky. 10:19-21; by Fanny
Goldstein. 11:27-31; 12:114-119; 13:
89-92; 14:101-104; 15:116-119; 16:
131-135; by Miriam Leikind. 17:
111-114; by Dorothy K. Kripke. 18:
162-165; 19:152-156; by Sophia N.
Cedarbaum. 20:164-167 ; 21:166-
169; 22:151-154; 23:159-162; 24:
141-144; 25: 290-294.
Juvenile Literature in Palestine, by
Eliezer Friedland. (H) 4: *48-*50.
Juvenile Literature, Jewish Child in
Bookland, by Fanny Goldstein. 5:
84-100.
Juvenile Literature, Yiddish, by Yu-
del Mark. (Y) 3:*136-*141.
Juvenile Literature, American-Jewish,
During the Past 25 Years, by So-
phia N. Cedarbaum. 25:192-203.
Kabakoff, Jacob, Summary of Hebrew
Section. [l]:77-79; Zionist Litera-
ture from Palestine. 3:26-31; Re-
cent Hebrew Books. 4:59-67; 5:
29-40; 6:43-52; 7:50-57; 8:42-47; 9:
30-35; Recent Books in Israel. 10:
26-31; An Appraisal of American
Hebrew Literature. (H) 13:9-19;
Israeli Literature in English Garb.
16:55-67; Bialik’s Works in English
Translation. 17:73-81; Hillel Bavli.
(H) 20: 76-84; A Quarter Century