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E l i z a b e t h E. E p p l e r
b b o t
, G
reder ick
Israel in Europe. Preface by C. C. Aronsfeld.
London, Curzon, 1972. 533 p.
Reprint of a work first published in 1907 in which a British scholar
traces the history of the Jews in Christian Europe, especially the origins
of both antisemitism and the Jewish national movement.
b u
a sr
, J
a m i l
M. History of the Maghrib. Cambridge, University Press,
1971. 416 p.
Includes the Jews in the general history of Libya, Tunisia, Algeria
and Morocco.
d am s
, M
ic h a e l
ed. The Middle East: handbook. London. Blond, 1971. 640
p .
Heavily slanted towards the Arab cause.
g n o n
Y . T
w o
Tales. Trans, from Hebrew by W . Lever. Harmondsworth,
Penguin, 1971. 160 p. (Modem Classics)
Paperback edition.
l l d a y
, E
l i z a b e t h
Stefan Zweig: a critical biographv. London, W . H.
Allen, 1972. 224 p.
l l eg ro
, J
o h n
M. The Chosen People: a study of Jewish history from the
time of the exile until the revolt of Bar Kochba. London, Hodder &
Stoughton, 1971. 285 p. Illus.
The author develops his theory of the “mushroom” cult in the evalu­
ation of Jewish tradition, that he first expounded in his book on the
birth of Christianity.
l l o n
, Y
i g a l
The making of Israel’s army. London, Sphere, 1971. 272 p.
m ic h a i
, Y
e h u d a
Selected poems. Trans, from Hebrew by T . Hughes and
others. Harmondsworth, Penguin Books, 1971. 96 p. (Modern European
Poets Series)
A contemporary Israeli poet’s verse.
, A
lf re d
Efraim’s books. Trans, from German by Ralph Mannheim.
London, Jonathan Cape, 1971. 320 p.
A German best-selling novel, which was also highly acclaimed in
France, revives the old myth of the Wandering Jew.
, D
a v id
Simone Weil. London, Student Christian Movement, 1971.
128 p.
Biographical study of the noted Jewish philosopher, a convert to