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o l l o m b
, M
o l l ie
fair my faith and other poems. Philadelphia,
Dorrance, 1968. 56 p.
o o d en o u g h
, E
r w in
R. Jewish symbols in the Greco-Roman period: vol. IB.
Princeton, N. J. Princeton University, 1968. 240 p.
Indexes and maps to Vols. 1-12 with author’s corrigenda and com­
ments for all the volumes.
r a d
, E
l i
The teen-ager and Jewish education. New York, Educators Assem­
bly of the United Synagogue, 1968. 205 p.
The 1967 yearbook of the leaders of the Conservative movement’s
reen berg
, M
a r t in
The terror of art: Kafka and modern literature. New
York, Basic Books, 1968. 241 p.
The influence of Franz Kafka on modern European and American
reen berg
, S
im o n
Foundations of faith. New York, Burning Bush Press,
1968. 352 p.
The doctrines and philosophy of Judaism by the Vice Chancellor of
the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
r e en b l a t t
, R
ober t
B. Search the scriptures: modern medicine and biblical
personages. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1968. 168 p.
A physician’s interpretation of the lives of people in the Bible and
of biblical symbolism.
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orr is
B., and
h a p ir o
, M
e r w in
The psychologist’s casebook. New
York, Jewish Education Committee, 1969.
A study based on cases in a New York Jewish school.
r u e n
, J
o h n
The private world of Leonard Bernstein. New York, Viking,
1968. 191 p.
Photos by Ken Heyman of the eminent musician at home and at work.
a l e v i
, N
ad a v
l in o v
a l u l
, R
u t h
The economic development of
Israel. New York, Praeger, 1968. 321 p.
a n so n
, R
ich a r d
S. The Psalms in modern speech. Philadelphia, Fortress
Press, 1968. 3 vols.
Harvard University catalogue of Hebrew books. Cambridge, Harvard Uni­
versity. 6 vols. 1968.
A photographic reproduction of the 75,800 cards in the library’s
catalogue prepared under the direction of Dr. Charles Berlin, Lee M.
Friedman Bibliographer in Judaica, and the library staff.
e a t o n
E. W . The Hebrew kingdoms. New York, Oxford University Press,
1968. 432 p.
The period covered in this volume of the
New Clarendon Bible
is from King Solomon to the Babylonian exile.
Hebrew Union College annual: vol. 39. Ed. by Matityahu Tsevat. Cincin­
nati, Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion, 1968. 230, 79 p.
Studies in Hebrew and English in biblical and rabbinic literature.
Hebrew Union College—Jewish Institute of Religion. Interpreting the pro­
phetic tradition: the Goldenson lectures 1955-1966. Introduction by Harry
M. Orlinsky. Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College; New York, Ktav, 1969.
343 p.