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Hebrew Literature in America. 18:
62-68; E. E. Lisitzky. (H) 21:66-
71; Moshe Feinstein. (H) 23:70-76;
American Classics in Hebrew
Translation. 24:23-30; Saul Tcher-
nichowsky. 25:219—225.
Singer, Isaac Bashevis, Yiddish and
Yiddish Literature. 25:70-74.
Singer, S. D., Shimon Frug. (Y) 24:
87-90.
Sklarski, Moshe Shemuel, Yiddish
Books in America in 1P41. (Y) [1]:
*94-*104.
Slouschz, Nahum, by A. R. Malachi.
(H) [2]: *30-*33.
Sokolow, Nahum, by G. Kressel. (H)
18:116-122.
Soltes, Mordecai, Introduction. 3:iii-
v; Year of Fruitful Activity. [1]:9-
11; Observance of Jewish Book
Week. [1]: 17-36; Jewish Book Pro-
grams All Year ’Round. [2]: 1-7;
Jewish Book Shelf for Adults. 4:
44-49; The Literary Contributions
of Jewish Community Centers. 12:
67-71.
Soltes, Mordecai, by Azriel Eisenberg.
16:111-112.
South Africa, Jewish Writers in, by
Edgar Bernstein. 18:54-61.
South America, Jewish Literary Cre-
ativity in, by M. Yagupsky. (Y) 5:
*94-*102.
Soviet Russia, Tragic Fate of Yid-
dish Writers in, by Alexander Pom-
erantz (Y) 15:14-26.
Soviet Union After Stalin, Yiddish
Books in the, by Leon Shapiro. 24:
5-13.
Soviet Union, Jewish National
Themes in Contemporary Yiddish
Literature of, by Sholem Stern. (Y)
5: *103-*111.
Soviet-Yiddish Literature, 1918-1948,
by Elias Schulman. (Y) 9: *93-
*
101
.
Spencer, Charles S., Anglo-Jewish
Playwrights. 22:42-50.
Spicehandler, Abraham,
Bikure Ha-
etim Hahadashim.
(H) 5: *46-*50.
Spicehandler, Ezra. Recent Hebrew
Books! in America. 10:22-25; The
Sabra School of Israeli Novelists.
19:33-45.
Science in Palestine, Books of, by B.
Diener. (H) 6: *28-*39.
Scientific Literature in Yiddish in
America, Bibliography, by Moshe
Starkman. (Y) [1]: *83-*93.
Seiger, Marvin L., Sh. Anski. 22:85-
88
.
Seman, Philip L., by Justin G. Turn-
er. 16:108-110.
Senderey, Moshe, Selected Yiddish
Books of Latin America. (Y) 17:
28-37.
Shakespeare in Hebrew Garb, by
Joshua Bloch. 14:23-31.
Shakespeare Translations in Yiddish,
by Adah Boraisha-Fogel. 14:32-37.
Shapiro, Leon, Yiddish Books in the
Soviet Union After Stalin. 24:5-13.
Shatzky, Jacob, Welvel Sborzher
Erenkranz. (Y) [2]: *96-* 101; Three
Jewish Historians. (Y) 3: *106-
*116; A Half-Century of American-
Yiddish Literature. (Y) 9: *67-69;
Anski, the Folklore Messenger. (Y)
9: *113-* 119; Yiddish Drama. (Y)
10: *106-*115; Solomon Ettinger.
(Y) 13:49-54; Sh. Niger. (Y) 14: 38-
45.
Shatzky, Jacob, by Isaiah Trunk. (Y)
15:59-63.
Sheinfeld, S. I., On the Inheritance
of Hebrew Books. (H) 3: *69-*70.
Shemuel Hanagid, by Hillel Bavli.
[1] :41-43.
Shipper, Isaac, by Jacob Shatzky. (Y)
3: *106—*116; by Julien Hirshaut.
(Y) 25:226-232.
Sholem Aleichem, by Sh. Niger. (Y)
5: *87-*93; by Sol Liptzin. 16:90-
95; by B. Z. Goldberg. 23:93-98; by
Maurice Samuel. 25:53-59.
Sholem Aleichem, Works of, Avail-
able in English Translation, by
Sylvia R. Miller and Lucy Schild-
kret. 5:81-83.
Short Story Writers, Jewish, by Gerda
Charles, 21:5-14.
Silberschlag, Eisig, Hebrew Congress.
(H) 10: *63-*66; Jacob Fichman.
11:157-159; Hebrew Literature in
America at the Tercentenary. 12:
29-33; Epitaph on Joseph Klaus-
ner. 17:38-42; Two Progenitors of