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KIEV / AMERICAN JEWISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
T
hom p so n
, J
ohn
A.
The Bible and archaeology.
Grand Rapids, Mich.,
Eerdmans, 1973. 474 p.
A comprehensive survey thoroughly revised and updated.
T
hom p son
, R
eginald
C
am pb el l
.
Semitic magic: its origins and devel
־
opment.
New York, Ktav, 1972. 286 p.
A reprint of the 1908 edition.
T
o b ias
, H
enry
J.
The Jewish Bund in Russia: from its origins to 1905.
Stanford, Stanford University, 1972. 409 p.
T
runk
, I
sa iah
.
Judenrat: the Jewish councils in Eastern Europe under
Nazi occupation.
New York, Macmillan, 1972. 664 p.
T
um a
, E
lias
H.
Peacemaking and the immoral war: Arabs and Jews
in the M iddle East.
New York, Harper 8c Row, 1972. 126 p.
T
urk i
, F
awaz
.
The disinherited: journal of a Palestinian exile.
New
York, Monthly Review Press, 1972. 156 p.
U
rbach
, R
e inhard
.
Arthur Schnitzler.
Trans, by Donald Davian. New
York, Ungar, 1973. 202 p.
A biography of the Viennese dramatist.
V
an
D
er
V
e en
,
H. R. S.
Jewish characters in eighteenth century fic-
tion and drama.
New York, Ktav Publishing House, 1973. 370 p.
A study of the antipathy to Jews in England as reflected in the
literature of the time. This new edition contains an introduction
by Edgar Rosenberg.
V
ervliet
, H
endrick
D. L.
The book through five thousand years: sur-
vey.
New York, Phaidon, 1972. 500 p.
V
on
R
ad
, G
erhard
.
Genesis: a commentary:
rev. ed. Trans,
b y
John
H. Marks. Philadelphia, Westminster Press, 1973.
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Wisdom in Israel.
Trans, by James D. Martin. Nashville, Abing-
don, 1973. 336 p.
A comprehensive investigation of the wisdom, tradition and con-
tent of the Old Testament.
W
e in feld
, M
oshe
.
Deuteronomy and the Deuteronomic school.
Ox-
ford, Clarendon Press, 1972. 467 p.
W
e instock
, M
oshe
D
av id
.
Scandal in Brooklyn: the story of a Jew
from Hungary, to Jerusalem, to Brooklyn.
New York, Horizon,
1972. 217 p.
W
eisbord
, R
obert
G., and
S
t e in
, A
rthur
.
Bittersweet encounter: the
Afro-American and the American Jew.
New York, Schocken, 1972.
272 p.
W
eltsch
, R
obert
.
An der wende des modernen Judentums.
Tubingen,
J. C. B. Mohr; New York, Leo Baeck Institute, 1972. 309 p.
W
iener
, L
eo
.
The history of Yiddish literature in the nineteenth cen-
tury.
New York, Hermon, 1973. 402 p.
This second edition has a new introduction by Elias Schulman.