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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
The dedication of a rich and successful American Jew who
helped liberate Buchenwald to build a Jewish community in the
midst of a WASP, hostile anti-Semitic area of Westchester.
Y g le s ia s , H e l e n .
Family feeling.
New York, Dial Press, 1975. 309 p.
Beautiful and intricate novel of Jewish family life, examining
the routes seven children take to find themselves in transition
from the immigrant world o f their parents.
Ze ld is , C hay im .
Golgotha.
New York, Avon Books (paper), 1975. 222 p.
An updated treatment of the life of Jesus 2,000 years ago, with
a stress on sex and o'her earthly pleasures.