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S ch lue ter , Paul.
The novels of Doris Lessing.
Carbondale, Southern
Illinois University Press,
1973. 160
p.
In-depth study of her novels to date and the first full-length
study of her major themes.
S
chmerer
, C
onstance
.
Off the beaten track in Jerusalem: a Nash trav-
el guide.
Los Angeles, Nash Publications, 1972. 116 p.
S
chne id
, H
a y y im
,
ed.
Marriage.
Philadelphia, Jewish Publication So-
ciety; New York, Random House, 1973. 117 p. Paperbound.
An illustrated account of Jewish marriage.
S
choenbrun
, D
avid
,
with
R
obert
and
L
ucy
S
zekely
.
The new Is-
raelis: a report on the first generation born in Israel.
New York,
Atheneum, 1973. 258 p.
S
chorsch
, I
smar
.
Jewish reactions to German anti-Semitism, 1870-
1914.
New York, Columbia University, 1972. 291 p.
S
churer
, E
m il
.
The literature of the Jewish people: in the time of
Jesus.
E d .
with introduction by Nahum N. Glatzer. New York,
Schocken, 1972. 416 p.
Constitutes vol. 3 of the second division of Schurer’s “The Jew-
ish People in the Time of Jesus Christ.”
S
chwe id
, E
liezer
.
Israel at the crossroads.
Trans, by Alton Meyer Win-
ters. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1973. 221 p.
The relation between Israel and the diaspora, between the re-
ligious and non-religious people in Israel and the different move-
ments of the Jewish communities in the diaspora.
S
egal
, R
ebecca
.
Got no time to fool around: a motivation program
for education.
Philadelphia, Westminster Press, 1972. 192 p.
S
elznick
, D
avid
O.
Memo from David O. Selznick.
Ed. by Rudy Behl-
mer. Introduction by
S.
N. Behrman. New York, Viking Press,
1972. 518 p.
A collection of memos, letters and telegrams.
S
h a h am
, N
a t h a n
.
This land we love: an affectionate look at Israel.
Drawings by Shemuel Katz. Trans, by Shlomo Hadari. New York,
Sabra Books, 1972. 158 p.
An artist’s description of the sights and panoramas of the Holy
Land.
S
h a h n
, B
ernarda
B
ryson
.
Ben Shahn.
New York, Abrams, 1972. 373 p.
A major monograph by the late artist’s wife.
S
h eps
,
G.
D
avid
,
comp.
Mordecai Richler.
Toronto, New York, Ryer-
son Press, 1971. 124 p.
A literary study of the Canadian Jewish novelist and critic.
S
h erm an
, A
rnold
.
To the skies: the El A l story.
New York, Bantam
Books, 1972. 184 p. Paperbound.
The history of the world famous airline of Israel.