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K
e l l e r
, W
e r n e r
.
Diaspora: the post-Biblical history of the Jews. New York,
Harcourt, Brace &World, 1969. 522 p.
The English translation from the German has an added chapter “A
History of the Jews in America,” by Ronald Sanders.
K
i s h o n
, E
p h r a im
.
Woe to the visitors. New York, Bloch, 1969, unpaged.
An English translation of the Israeli satirist’s columns on the six day
war with cartoons by Dosh.
K
l a p e r m a n
, G
i l b e r t
.
The story of Yeshiva University. New York, Macmil-
lan, 1969. 301 p.
The history of a major institution of Jewish learning in America.
K
l in g
, S
im c h a
.
Joseph Klausner. New York, Yoseloff, 1970. 192 p.
A biography of the many sided professor of modern Hebrew litera-
ture at the Hebrew University and author of a history of the Second
Jewish Commonwealth.
K
o c h
, K
l a u s
.
The growth of Biblical tradition; the form critical method.
New York, Scribner, 1969. 233 p.
Translated from the 2nd German edition by S. M. Cupitt.
K
o c h a n
, L
i o n e l
,
ed. Jews in Soviet Russia since 1917. New York, Oxford
University Press, 1970. 357 p.
Sixteen authorities examine aspects of the Russian Jewish experience.
K
o l i t z
, Z
e v i
.
Survival for what. New York, Philosophical Library, 1969.
219 p.
A dialogue about the crucial questions and identity problems facing
the Jew in the post-war age.
K
o r n
, B
e r t r am
W. The early Jews of New Orleans. Waltham, Mass., Amer-
ican Jewish Historical Society, 1969. 382 p.
Studies in the beginnings of the Jews in Louisiana by the rabbi of
Cong. Kneseth Israel of Philadelphia who is also visiting professor of
American Jewish history at the Hebrew Union College—Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion in New York.
K
o t k e r
, N
o r m a n
.
The earthly Jerusalem. New York, Scribner, 1969. 307 p.
A history of the holy city and the different peoples who inhabited it
and insights into their religious life from 2900 B.C.E. to the present day.
K
r a e l i n g
, E
m il
G. The prophets. New York, McNally, 1969. 301 p.
A popular commentary by the professor of the University of Chicago.
K
r a v it z
, N
a t h a n i e l
.
Sayings of the father. New York, Ophir, 1969. 2 vols.
A selection from the most important commentaries on
Pirke Abot
to-
gether with parallel non-Jewish aphorisms.
K
r o n e n b e r g
, L
o u i s
.
No whippings, no gold watches; the saga of a writer
and his jobs. Boston, Atlantic-Little, 1970. 430 p.
An autobiographical record of the literary critic’s activities as writer,
teacher and librarian of Brandeis University.
K
u r l a n d
, P
h i l i p
B. Felix Frankfurter on the Supreme Court; extrajudicial
essays on the court and the constitution. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard
University, 1970. 576 p.
K
u s h n e r
, M
a r t in
D. From Russia to America. Philadelphia, Dorrance,
1969. 334 p.
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