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A comparison of Jewish family law with Christian and Mohammedan
law, and the procedures of writing and delivering the
get
according to
the rules found in the
Shulhan Arukh.
A
m se l
, A
b r a h a m
.
Judaism and psychology. New York, Feldheim, 1969. 213
p .
The author presents a theory of human nature within the framework
of Judaism.
A
n g o f f
, C
h ar l e s
.
Memoranda for tomorrow: a book of poems. South Bruns­
wick, N. J., Yoseloff, 1968. 217 p.
This collection, by the current president of the Poetry Society of
America, includes some poems of Jewish interest.
A
rcher
, G
lea son
L. A survey of Old Testament introduction. Chicago,
Mood Press, 1968. 507 p.
A
ren d t
, H
a n n a h
.
Men in dark times. New York, Harcourt, Brace & World,
1968. 272 p.
The extensive scholarly and critical essays also include Rosa Luxem­
burg, Hermann Broch, Walter Benjamin and Bertold Brecht, among
others.
A
r ia n
, A
l a n
.
Ideological change in Israel. Cleveland, Case Western Reserve
University, 1968. 220 p.
An analysis of changes in the political structure in Israel and the
ideological shifts in the
Kibbutz
movement.
A
s im o v
, I
sa a c
.
Asimov’s guide to the Bible. New York, Doubleday, 1968. 716 p.
An illustrated modern approach to the Biblical narratives.
A
v n e r y
, U
r i
.
Israel without Zionists: a plea for peace in the Middle East.
New York, Macmillan, 1968. 215 p.
The editor of
Olam Hazeh
proposes a federation of Arabs and Israelis
for political, economic and defense cooperation.
B
a r c l a y
, W
i l l i a m
.
The Bible and history. Nashville, Abingdon, 1969. 372 p.
B
arg e bu h r
, F
rederick
P. The Alhambra: a cycle of studies. Berlin, de
Gruyter, 1968. 438 p.
The background and interrelations of Moslem and Jewish culture in
Granada.
B
a r r
, J
a m e s
.
Comparative philology and the text of the Old Testament.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1968. 356 p.
The value of Arabic, Aramaic, Accadian and Ugaritic for the proper
understanding of the Hebrew traditions of the Bible.
B
a r z i l a y
, I
saac
[Eisenstein]. Between reason and faith: anti-rationalism in
Italian Jewish thought, 1250-1650. Hague, Mouton, 1968. 248 p.
The professor of Hebrew Literature at Columbia University analyzes
the writings of Italian rabbis.
B
e l l
,
J.
B
o w y e r
.
The long war. Englewood Cliffs, Prentice-Hall, 1969. 480
p .
Israel and the Arabs since 1946.
B e l l e r , J
a c o b
.
Jews in Latin America. New York, Jonathan David,
1969 .
3 60 p .
A historical and sociological study of the Jewish communities by a well
known Jewish journalist.