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K a t z , J o s e f .
One who came back: the diary of a Jewish survivor.
New York, Herzl Press, 1973. 277 p.
Translated from the German by Hilda Reach.
K a t z , R o b e r t .
The role of the rabbi: selected readings:
rev. ed. exp. ed.
Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion,
1974. Unp.
Essays on the rabbinate compiled by the professor of human
relations.
K a t z , S am u e l .
Battleground: fact and fancy in Palestine.
New York,
Bantam, 1973. 271 p. Paperbound.
The case of Herut and the Greater Israel movement presented
with documentary sources.
K a u fm a n , S yb i l .
Woman of valor: a guide to setting up home in Israel.
New York, Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel,
1973. 160 p. Paperbound.
K az in , A l f r e d .
Bright book of life: American novelists and storytellers
from Hemingway to Mailer.
Boston, Atlantic-Little, Brown, 1973.
334 p.
There are commentaries on the fiction of Mailer, Bellow, Roth,
Malamud and Bashevis Singer, among others.
K e r t z e r , M o r r i s
N.
What is a Jew :
3rd newly rev. ed. New York,
Bloch, 1973. 217 p.
A guide to Jewish customs and ceremonies.
K im b a l l , R o b e r t ,
and
Simon, A l f r e d
E.
The Gershwins.
New York,
Atheneum, 1973. 336 p.
A biography of the two American Jewish composers and lyricists—
George and Ira Gershwin.
K im ch e , J o n .
There could have been peace.
New York, Dial, 1973.
359 p.
A political analysis of Arab-Jewish relations after 1967.
K i r s t e in , L i n c o l n .
Elie Nadelman.
New York, Eakins Press, 1973.
360 p.
The life and work of the sculptor who was born in Warsaw in
1882 and lived in New York from 1914 to 1948.
K l e in , I s a a c .
The anguish and the ecstasy of a Jewish chaplain.
New
York, Vantage Press, 1974. 239 p.
Recollections of World War II in the U. S. Army by the
rabbi of Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Buffalo, N. Y.
K lu g e r , R u t h ,
and
M ann , P eggy .
The last escape: the launching of the
largest secret rescue movement of all time.
Garden City, N. Y.,
Doubleday, 1973. 518 p.
K n ig h t , D o u g la s A .
Rediscovering the traditions of Israel: the develop­
ment of the traditio-historical research of the Old Testament.
Missoula, Mont., Society of Biblical Literature, 1973. 439 p.