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L
e f tw ic h
, J
oseph
,
ed.
An anthology of modern Yiddish literature.
The
Hague, Mouton 8c Co., 1974. 346 p.
L
e im a n
, S
id
Z., ed.
The canon and Masorah of the Hebrew Bible: an
introductory reader.
New York, Ktav, 1974. 877 p.
A collection of the most important modern scholarly monographs
dealing with Masoretic text (The Library of Biblical Studies, ed.
by Harry M. Orlinsky).
L
en in
, V
lad im ir
I.
Lenin on the Jewish question.
Ed. by Hyman
Lumer. New York, International Publishers, 1974. 155 p.
Translations of selected writings dealing with Jewish nationalism
and the “Bund.”
L
eveen
, J
aco b
.
The Hebrew Bible in art.
New York, Hermon, 1974.
140 p.
A reprint of the 1944 edition with a new preface and addenda
by the author.
L
ev ey
, S
am son
H.
The Messiah: an Aramaic interpretation; the Mes­
sianic exegesis of the Targum.
Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion; New York, Ktav, 1974. 180 p.
L
ev i
, J
ohn
S., and
B
ergman
,
G.F.J.
Australian genesis: Jewish convicts
and settlers, 1788-1850.
Melbourne, Australia, Rigby, 1974. 360 p.
Tracing the history of the earliest group of Jews to be sent to
Australia and the settlers who followed.
L
ev ine
, L
ee
I.
Caesarea under Roman rule.
Leiden, Brill, 1975. 297 p.
A study of the earliest Jewish and Christian sources, inscriptions
and coins describing life in what was an important urban center
in the first and second centuries.
L
ev ine
, N
a o m i
,
and
H
o ch b aum
, M
art in
,
eds.
Poor Jews: an American
awakening.
New Brunswick, Transaction Books, 1974. 206 p.
The problems of Jewish poverty groups and the aging and how
Jewish agencies and the government have created programs to
meet their special needs.
L
ew b in
, H
y m a n
.
Rebirth of Jewish art: the unfolding of Jewish art
in the nineteenth century.
New York, Shengold, 1974. 128 p.
L
e w y
, G
uenter
.
Religion and revolution.
New York, Oxford Uni­
versity Press, 1975. 704 p.
Seventeen case studies of ancient and modern oriental and west­
ern religions include the early Jewish Zealots and the modern
Islamic socialism of Nasser in Egypt.
L
ieberm an
, S
a u l
.
Texts and studies.
New York, Ktav, 1974. 318 p.
The collected monographs on Talmudic and Helenistic studies
by the dean of the Graduate School of the Jewish Theological
Seminary
— , ed.
Salo Wittmayer Baron jubilee volume on the occasion of his