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h itcomb
, J
ohn
C
lement
.
Solomon to the Exile: studies in Kings and Chron­
icles. Winona Lake, Ind., BMH Books, 1971. 182 p.
W
h item an
, M
axw ell
.
Copper for America: the Hendricks family and a na­
tional industry. New Brunswick, N. J., Rutgers University Press, 1971.
353 p.
Who’s who in world Jewry, 1972. Ed. by I. J. Carmin Karpman. New York,
Pitman, 1972. 999 p.
A biographical dictionary of outstanding Jews.
W
iesel
, E
l ie
.
Souls on fire. New York, Random House, 1972. 277
p .
Portraits and stories of the leaders of the Hasidic movement, the Baal
Shem, Rabbi Nachman, Israel of Rizhin and the Kotzker Rabbi.
W
isse
, R
uth
R .
The schlemiel as modern hero. Chicago, University of Chi­
cago, 1971. 152 p.
Traces the theme of the schlemiel in Jewish literature from the shtetl
of Eastern Europe to twentieth-century America.
W
olins
, M
artin
and
G
ottesman
, M
e ir
.
Group care: an Israeli approach, the
educational path of Youth Aliyah. New York, Gordon and Breach, 1971.
437 p.
Twenty-three papers by child specialists delivered at a Hadassah semi­
nar in 1969.
W
ood
, J
ames
E., ed. Jewish-Christian relations in today’s world. Waco,
Texas, Markham Press Fund of Baylor University Press, 1971. 164 p.
Eight papers and an annotated bibliography.
Y
adin
, Y
igael
.
Bar Kokhba: the rediscovery of the legendary hero of the
second Jewish revolt. New York, Random House, 1971. 271 p.
--------- . Hazor. New York, Oxford University Press, 1972. 210 p.
The history of the Canaanite city of Hazor as it emerges from early
texts, including the Old Testament, and modern excavations.
Y
erushalm i
, Y
osee
H
a y im
.
From Spanish court to Italian ghetto: Isaac Car­
doso: a study in seventeenth-century marranism and Jewish apologetics.
New York, Columbia University, 1971. 524 p.
Z
ander
, W
alter
.
Israel and the holy places of Christendom. New York,
Praeger, 1971. 248 p.
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