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philosophy by the professor emeritus of Jewish history and
philosophy were edited by Isadore Twersky and George H.
Williams.
W o od so n , J o h n .
Mark Gertler.
Toronto, University of Toronto, 1973.
427 p.
The life and work of one of the most important English painters
of this century who was raised in Eastern Europe and White­
chapel and later moved in the Bloomsbury set in London.
W u o r i o , E v a -L is .
T o fight in silence.
New York, Holt, Rinehart &
Winston, 1973. 216 p.
The story of a young Norwegian who joined with his Danish
cousins to prevent the deportation of Jews to concentration camps.
Z e i t l i n , S o lom o n .
Studies in the early history of Judaism:
vol. 1,
New York, Ktav, 1973. 460 p.
Collected scholarly essays on Jewish history, liturgy and Rabbinic
literature by the professor of Talmud and history at Dropsie
University.
Z e l ig s , D o r o t h y
F.
Psychoanalysis and the Bible.
New York, Bloch,
1974. 348 p.
A study in depth of seven leaders: Abraham, Jacob, Joseph,
Samuel, Saul, David and Solomon.
Z imm e rm an , F r a n k .
T he inner world of Qohelet.
New York, Ktav, 1973.
196 p.
An attempt to retranslate the Book of Ecclesiastes on the basis
of the theory that it was originally written in Aramaic, together
with a psychoanalytic study of the author.
Z inb e rg , I s r a e l .
A history of Jewish literature: vol. 3 : the struggle of
mysticism and tradition against philosophical rationalism.
Trans,
and ed. by Bernard Martin. Cleveland, Press of Case Western
Reserve University, 1973. 323 p.