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r i v e r
, S
a m u e l
R. A treatise on the use of the tenses in Hebrew. New York,
Oxford University Press, 1969. 321 p.
Reprint of a classical work on the Hebrew language of the Bible.
u b n o v
, S
im o n
History of the Jews: vol. 3. New York, Yoseloff, 1968.
The volume covers the later middle ages to the period of the Renais-
sance. Trans, by Moshe Spiegel.
d e l m a n
, S
e l ig
The Mosaic bequest to mankind. New York, Ecletic, 1969.
251 p.
A selective study of the five books of Moses written for the author’s
i s e n b e r g
, A
z r i e l
Jewish historical treasures. New York, Bloch, 1969.
207 p.
An illustrated review of documents and events in Jewish history from
early times.
l ia v
, A
r ie
L. The voyage of the Ulua. New York, Sabra, 1969. 191 p.
Recollections by the commander of an old American ship which car-
ried 800 Jewish girls and women from their refuge in Sweden through
the British blockade into Palestine.
n g n e l l
, I
v a n
A rigid scrutiny: critical essays on the Old Testament.
Nashville, Tenn., Vanderbilt University, 1969. 303 p.
Studies in the prophetic books translated from the Norwegian.
p s t e i n
, M
e l e c h
Jewish labor in the U.S.A. New York, Ktav, 1969. 2
vols. in 1.
An industrial, political and cultural history of the Jewish labor
v a n s
, R
i c h a r d
I. Psychology and Arthur Miller. New York, Dutton, 1969.
136 p.
An analysis of the playwright’s works.
v s l i n
, B
e r n a r d
The spirit of Jewish thought. New York, Grosset & Dun-
lap, 1969. 304 p.
An anthology highlighting different religious and cultural aspects of
the Jewish tradition from the Bible to Einstein and Freud.
a c k e n h e i m
, E
m il
L. God’s presence in history: Jewish affirmations and
theological reflections. New York, New York University, 1970, 110 p.
The root experience in Judaism; the Exodus and Sinai interpreted
as a God who saves and commands.
e i b l e m a n
, J
a m e s
K. The way of a man. New York, Horizon, 1970. 401
p .
Autobiography based on a unique background in business, as novelist,
poet and philosopher. The author reveals his experiences in meeting
with Joyce, Eliot, Einstein, Faulkner and Steinbeck.
e i s
, H
e r b e r t
The birth of Israel: the tousled diplomatic bed. New York,
Norton, 1969. 128 p.
e l d m a n
, A
b r a h a m
J. Word from my mouth. New York, Bloch, 1969.
194 p.
Sermons and addresses by the rabbi emeritus of Cong. Beth Israel,
Hartford, Conn.
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