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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
H e c h t , M i c h a e l
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 ,
J o s e p h .
American volunteers and Israel’s War of
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
H e r o , A l f r e d
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
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 . ,
A basic bibliography for the study of the Semitic
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
New York. 336 p.