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M o s l e y , L e o n a r d .
Power play: the tumultuous world of Middle East
London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1973. 384 p.
N eum an n , R o b e r t ,
K o p p e l , H e l g a .
Pictorial history of the Third
London, Bantam Books, 1974. 224 p.
O r g l e r , H e r t h a .
Alfred Adler: the man and his work.
London, Sidg-
wick & Jackson, 1973. 244 p.
P a g is , D an .
Selected Poems.
Trans, from Hebrew by Stephen Mitchell.
London, Carcanet Press, 1973. 64 p.
P a r k e s , J am e s .
Israeli and other Palestinians in the perspective of
Southampton, University of Southampton, 1974. 20 p.
P a s s am a n e ck ,
S. M.
Insurance in rabbinic law.
Edinburgh, Edinburgh
University Press, 1974. 230 p.
P a y n e , E r i c .
Ethiopian Jews: the story of a mission.
London, Olive
Press, 1972. 103 p.
A missionary’s account of the Falashas.
P e a r lm a n , M o sh e .
The Maccabees.
London, Weidenfeld
1973. 264 p.
P ed e rs en , J o h a n n e s .
Israel: its life and culture.
Copenhagen, Branner
og Korch; London, Oxford University Press, 1974. Vols. 1
594 p. Vols. 3
4, 810 p.
P e rk in s , A nn .
The art of Dura-Europos.
London, Oxford University
Press, 1973. 130 p.
A description of the ancient synagogue.
P o r a t h ,
Emergence of the Palestinian Arab national movement.
London, Frank Cass, 1974. 412 p.
R a i s e n , J a c o b S a lm a n .
Haskalah movement in Russia.
London, West­
port,1973. 355 p.
R o a z e n , P a u l .
Sigmund Freud.
Hemel Hempstead, Prentice-Hall, 1974.
192 p.
R o b e r t s , B r i a n .
The diamond magnates.
London, Hamish Hamilton,
1972. 288 p.
Some amusing accounts of the colorful figures in the late 19th
century diamond grab at the Cape, including the Banato Brothers
and the Joels.
R o s e , E v e ly n .
T he Jewish gourmet cookbook.
London, Vallentine
Mitchell, 1973. 500 p.
Contains 700 recipes.
R o s e , P a u l in e .
Window on Mount Zion.
London, W. H. Allen, 1973.
146 p.
Pauline Rose tells the story of how she and her husband went
to live in Israel and settled on the Arab-Israeli border on the
slopes of Mount Zion.