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F
e l d m a n
, L
e o n
A., ed. Commentary on the Song of Songs by R. Abraham
b. Isaac ha-Levi Tamakh. Assen, Van Gorcum, 1970. 232 p.
The Hebrew text of the Rabbinic commentary with English transla-
tion and notes and bibliography.
F
ie d l e r
, L
e s l i e
A. Being busted. New York, Stein & Day, 1970. 224 p.
A personal account about the marijuana scandal which disrupted the
life of a creative scholar, his family and the university in which he
taught.
F
i n k e l s t e i n
, L
o u i s
,
ed. The Jews: their history: 4th ed. New York,
Schocken, 1970. 550 p.
The first of a three-volume reprint.
----------. New light from the prophets. New York, Basic Books, 1969. 151 p.
An attempt to relate Rabbinic teachings to their origins in the teach-
ings of the Biblical prophets, by the Chancellor of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America.
F
i s c h e l
, W
a l t e r
J. Jews in the economic and political life of Mediaeval
Islam. New York, Ktav, 1969. 139 p.
First published in 1937, this edition contains a new introduction on
the court Jew in the Islamic world.
F
i s h b e i n
, M
o r r i s
.
Morris Fishbein, M.D, Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday,
1969. 504 p.
Autobiography of the editor of the
AMA Journal
and of the
Quar-
terly Cumulative Index Medicus,
including a history of the American
Medical Association and new medical discoveries.
F
i s h e r
, J
u l i u s
S. Transnistria: the forgotten cemetery. New York, Yoseloff,
1970. 161
p.
The former Ukrainian province which during the German-Russian
war in 1941 was annexed by Rumania, resulting in the death of 200,000
Jews by the Rumanians and Germans.
F
l e m in g
, D
o n a l d
,
and
B
a y l i n
, B
e r n a r d
.
The intellectual migration. Cam-
bridge, Harvard University, 1969. 748 p.
The story of the welcome the U.S.A. gave to the outstanding Euro-
pean scholars and scientists when they were banished by the Nazis and
Fascists in Europe and their contributions to American scholarly and
cultural life.
F
l u s s e r
, D
a v id
.
Jesus. New York, Herder, 1969. 159 p.
A biography by the professor of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
F
o n z i
, G
a e t o
.
Annenberg: a biography of power. New York, Weybright &
Talley, 1970. 256 p.
A life of the publisher and philanthropist, Walter Annenberg, pres-
ently U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain, and of his father, the late
Moses Annenberg.
F
o r g e
, A
n d r e w
.
Rauschenburg. New York, Abrams, 1970. 230
p .
A biography (and autobiography) of the artist Robert Rauschenburg.
F
r a n k
,
H.
T
h o m a s
, S
w a i n
,
C. W., and Canby, C.
The Bible through the
ages. Cleveland, World, 1969. 256 p.
F
r a n k
,
H.
T
h o m a s
,
and
R
e e d
, W
il l iam
L. Translating and understanding
the Old Testament. Nashville, Tenn., Abingdon, 1970. 352 p.