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S
oggin
,
J.
A
lberto
.
Joshua: a commentary.
Philadelphia, Westminster
Press, 1972. 245 p.
A commentary focusing upon the historical problems of the
conquest.
S
orasky
, A
haron
.
Chazon Ish: a biography of Rabbi Abraham Isaiah
Karelitz.
Trans, by M. Karelenstein. Bnei Brak, Netzach Pub-
lishers, 1971. 279 p.
S
palek
, J
ohn
M., ed.
Lion Feuchtwanger: the man, his ideas and his
works: a collection of critical essays.
Los Angeles, Hennessey 8c
Ingals, 1972. 330 p.
S
t e in bach
, A . A
l an
,
ed.
Jewish book annual:
vol. 30. New York, Jew-
ish Book Council, 1972. 212 p.
The annual record of Jewish books published with essays on
Jewish literature and literary anniversaries.
S
t e iner
, G
eorge
.
In Bluebeard’s castle: some notes towards the redefi-
nition of culture.
New Haven, Yale University, 1971. 141 p.
The interaction of twentieth century culture and the Jews.
S
tendhal
, K
rister
.
The school of St. Matthew, and its use of the Old
Testament.
Philadelphia, Fortress Press, 1968. 249 p.
First published in 1954 as vol. 20 of Acta seminasrii neotesta־
mentici upsaliensis.
S
tetler
, R
ussell
, ed .
Palestine: the Arab-Israeli conflict.
S an F ran -
c isco , R am p a r ts P ress ,
1972. 297
p .
The study of Judaism: Bibliographical essays.
Contributors: Richard
Bavier and others. New York, Ktav for the Anti-Defamation League
of B’nai B’rith, 1972. 229 p.
Devoted mainly to Rabbinic and New Testament times and the
modern period.
S
u h l
, Y
ur i
.
An album of the Jews in America.
New York, Franklin
Watts, 1972. 89 p.
Discusses the contribution of Jewish immigrants to the history
and culture of the United States from 1492 to the present.
T
a lm o n
, Y
o n in a
.
Family and community in the kibbutz.
Cambridge,
Mass., Harvard University, 1972. 266 p.
Fundamental questions about the individual and the family in
communal life are raised.
T
ebeau
, C
harlton
W.
Synagogue in the central city: Temple Israel
of Greater Miami, 1922-1972.
Coral Gables, University of Miami,
1972. 172 p.
Written and oral history of the synagogue.
T
eveth
, S
ha b ta i
.
Moshe Dayan: the soldier, the man, the legend.
Trans, by Leah and David Zinder. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1973.
372 p.
A biography of the Israeli general and Minister of Defense.