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studies presented to Nahum N. Glatzer on the occasion of his 70th
birthday by his students.
Leiden, Brill, 1975. 325 p.
A festschrift by the alumni of Brandeis University.
F
inkel
, A
sher
.
The Pharisees and the teacher of Nazareth: a study of
their background, their halachic and midrashic teachings, the
similarities and differences.
Leiden, Brill, 1974. 195 p.
F
ischer
, B
e l a
.
The human exile.
New York, Philosophical Library,
1974.185 p.
Essays on the trauma experienced by people uprooted by Nazi
persecutions in Europe.
F
isher
, K
ar l
.
Memoirs and reflections of a college graduate.
New York,
Exposition, 1974. 148 p.
F
is h m a n
, J
oshua
.,
ed.
Studies on Polish Jewry: 1919-1939.
New York,
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, 1974. 294 p., English. 537 p.,
Yiddish.
F
ish m an
, W
il l ia m
J.
Jewish radicals: from Czarist stetl to London
ghetto.
New York, Pantheon, 1975. 336 p.
F
orchhe im er
, P
a u l
.
Living Judaism.
New York, Feldheim, 1974. 241
p.
Pirke Avot
with Maimonides’ commentary translated into Eng­
lish and an outline for a modern Jewish philosophy.
F
reedman
, D
av id
N
oel
.
The published works of William Foxwell
Albright: a comprehensive bibliography.
Cambridge, Mass., Ameri­
can Schools of Oriental Research, 1975. 226 p.
An annotat'ed list of the books, monographs and reviews of the
famous Bible scholar and archaeologist.
F
reedman
, J
aco b
.
Polychrome historical Haggadah for Passover.
Spring­
field, Mass., Jacob Freedman Liturgy Research Foundation, 1974.
134 p.
The historical background and chronology presented in a color
coded text in seven colors giving graphically the historical sources
of each section of the Haggadah.
F
reehof
, S
o lom o n
B.
Contemporary Reform responsa.
Cincinnati,
Hebrew Union College, 1975. 309 p.
The interpretations of Judaism according to present day Reform
Jewish practice.
F
rey
, J
e an
-B
apt iste
.
Corpus of Jewish inscriptions: Jewish inscriptions
from the third century B.C. to the seventh century A.D.: vol. 1,
Europe.
New York, Ktav, 1975. 107, 144, 678 p.
Reprint of the 1936 edition contains a new prolegomenon by
Baruch Lifshitz of the Hebrew University.
F
r iedman
, M
arc ia
.
The story of Josh.
New York, Praeger, 1974. 281
p.
The life story of a 21-year-old boy who died of glaucoma in the
UCLA Medical Center.