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KIEV / AMERICAN JEWISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
Barth-Harnack correspondence of 1923.
Cambridge, England, Cam-
bridge University, 1972. 219 p.
R
u sinek
, A
lla
.
Like a song, like a dream: a Soviet girl’s quest for free-
dom.
New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1973. 267 p.
The true story of a Jewish girl's discovery of her Jewish iden-
tity and her efforts to emigrate to Israel.
R
ust
, E
ric
C.
Covenant and hope: a study in the theology of the
prophets.
New York, Word, 1972.
The relevance of the message of the prophets in relation to
modern problems.
S
achar
, H
oward
M.
Europe leaves the Middle East, 1936-1954.
New
York, Knopf, 1972. 687 p.
The account of World War II as it affected the Middle East.
St.
J
o h n
, R
obert
.
Eban.
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1972. 542 p.
A full biography of Abba Eban, Foreign Minister of Israel.
S a n d e r s , R o n a l d .
Reflections on a teapot: the personal history of a
time.
New York, Harper 8c Row, 1972. 385 p.
A memoir of a young writer’s discovery of his people with keen
insights on Jewish life in America from the 1930’s to the estab-
lishment of the State of Israel.
S
andm el
, S
a m u e l
.
The enjoyment of scripture: the law, the prophets,
and the writings.
New York, Oxford University, 1972. 300 p.
A popular exposition on the Bible written by a scholar.
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Philo’s place in Judaism: a study of conceptions of Abraham in
Jewish literature.
New York, Ktav, 1972. 232 p.
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Two living traditions: essays on religion and the Bible.
Detroit,
Wayne State University Press, 1972. 366 p.
The author received the Frank and Ethel S. Cohen Award of
the Jewish Book Council for this book.
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We Jews and Jesus.
New York, Oxford University, 1973. 164 p.
Paperbound reprint.
S
chaber
, W
ill
,
ed.
Aufbau (Reconstruction): dokumente einer kultur
im exil.
New York, Overlook Press, 1972. 416 p.
History of post-Hitler emigration, thoroughly documented for
the reader of German.
S
chaeder
, G
rete
.
The Hebrew humanism of Martin Buber.
Trans,
by Noah Jacobs. Detroit, Wayne State University, 1973. 432 p.
Buber’s thought in the context of German thinkers, poets and
culture.
S
c h if f
, Z
eev
,
and
R
oth ste in
, R
a ph a e l
.
Fedayeen: guerillas against
Israel.
New York, David McKay, 1972. 246 p.
S
chle ifer
, A
bdullah
.
The fall of Jerusalem.
New York, Monthly Re-
view Press, 1972. 247 p.
A Jerusalem Arab’s story of 1967.