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Gates of prayer: services for the High Holy Days:
experimental
edition. New York, Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1973.
S t e w a r t , Desmond .
Theodor Herzl: artist and politician.
Garden City,
N. Y., Doubleday, 1974. 408 p.
A new biography covering his career as journalist and dramatist
and his efforts in founding the Zionist Organization.
S u lz b e r g e r , C y ru s L .
An age of mediocrity: memoirs and diaries, 1963-
1972.
New York, Macmillan, 1973.
Extensive accounts and impressions of meetings with leading
government heads including David Ben Gurion, Golda Meir,
Richard Nixon, Kissinger, Sadat, Nasser and others by the New
York Times foreign correspondent.
T a lm o n , Y o n in a .
Family and community in the Kibbutz.
Cambridge,
Mass., Harvard University, 1974. Paperbound.
T h o m a s , G o rd o n ,
and
W a t t s , M a x M o rg a n .
Voyage of the damned.
New York, Stein 8c Day, 1974. 352 p.
An account of the liner St. Louis with 937 Jewish refugees that
left Germany in May, 1939.
T h om p so n , T h om a s L .
T he historicity of the patriarchal narratives:
the quest for the historical Abraham.
New York, Walter de Gruyter,
1974. 392 p.
A synthetic treatment of the interdependent interpretation of
historical sources from Mari and Nuzi compared with the account
in the Hebrew Bible.
T o w n e r , W a y n e S.
T he Rabbinic “Enumeration of scriptural ex­
amples” : a study of the Rabbinic pattern of discourse with special
reference to Mekhilta d’ R. Ishmael.
Leiden, Brill, 1973. 276 p.
T r e p p , L e o .
A history of Jewish experience: eternal faith, eternal
people.
New York, Behrman House, 1973. 453 p.
T r o n i k , R u t h .
Israeli periodicals and serials in English and other
European languages: a classified bibliography.
Metuchen, N. J .,
Scarecrow Press, 1974. 193 p.
T u s h n e t , L e o n a r d .
The pavement of hell.
New York, St. Martin’s Press,
1973. 210 p.
The sad story of the heads of the Judenrat in the ghettos of
Eastern Europe under German rule.
U r b a c h , R e in h a r d .
Arthur Schnitzler.
Trans, from German by Donald
Davian. New York, Ungar, 1973. 202 p.
V i ln a y , Zev .
Legends of Jerusalem: vol. 1 : the sacred land.
Phila­
delphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1973. 338 p.
V o r sp an , A l b e r t .
Mazel Tov! you’re middle-aged.
Garden City, Double­
day, 1974. 144 p.
Humorous chapters on parenthood, travel, sex and keeping