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Hebrew Union College annual: vol. 43.
Ed. by Samuel Sandmel.
Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College, 1973. 308 p.
Studies in Jewish history, literature and philosophy by inter­
national scholars. The volume is dedicated to Dr. Maurice N.
Eisendrath who was president of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
H e c h t , M i c h a e l
I.
The fire waits: prayers and poems for the Sabbath
and festivals.
Bridgeport, Conn., Hartmore House, 1972. 154 p.
H e c k e lm a n ,
A.
J o s e p h .
American volunteers and Israel’s War of
Independence.
New York, Ktav, 1974. 303 p.
An account of the events preceding Israel’s independence and
the history which followed by a participant whose career in
engineering and electronics was followed by ordination as a rabbi.
H e l lm a n , L i l l i a n .
Pentimento: a book of portraits.
Boston, Little
Brown, 1973. 297 p.
Memoirs of persons and places by the famous American
dramatist.
H e r o , A l f r e d
O.
American religious groups view foreign policy: trends
in rank and file opinion, 1937-1969.
Durham, N. C., Duke Uni­
versity, 1973. 552 p.
H e r z e n , A l e x a n d e r .
My past and thought.
Ed. and abridged by Dwight
MacDonald. Trans, by Constance Garnett. New York, Knopf, 1973.
684 p.
H e s c h e l , A b ra h am J .
A passion for truth.
New York, Farrar, Straus &
Giroux, 1973. 336 p.
Insights into the life and works of Israel Baal Shem Tov,
Menahem Mendel of Kotzk and Soren Kirkegaard.
Historical views of Judaism: four selections.
New York, Arno Press, 1973.
Contains reprints of books and articles by G. Karpeles, D.
Neumark, M. D. Tama and L. Zunz.
H o r o w i t z , I r v in g
L.
Israeli ecstasiesI Jewish agonies.
New York, Oxford
University Press, 1974. 272 p.
An assessment of Israel’s position in the contemporary world
following the victory of 1967.
H o sp e rs ,
J .
H . ,
ed.
A basic bibliography for the study of the Semitic
languages:
vol. 1. Leiden, Brill, 1973. 401 p.
In addition to Hebrew the languages of Sumer, Akkad, Ugarit,
Persia, Elam, Syria and Ethiopia are covered.
H ow e y , N i c h o l a s .
Who’s afraid of Franz Kafka: art and politics in
the Czech theatre.
University, Ala., University of Alabama, 1974.
224 p.
A study of Kafka’s dramatic influence in Prague.
I s a a c s o n , B en , a n d W ig o d e r , D e b o r a h .
T he popular Jewish en­
cyclopedia.
New York. 336 p.