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FABER / AMERICAN JEW ISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
M
ikliszanski
, J
acob
K.
The saga of traditional Judaism: a survey of
post-biblical literature, eastern era.
Los Angeles, Zahavia, 1977.
233 p. Paperbound.
Covers period from Ezra the Scribe to Hai Gaon.
M
olk
, S
oph ia
.
The way of the chosen.
New York, Vantage Press,
1977. 49 p. Paperbound.
Poetry including Jewish themes.
N
issim
ben
J
acob
I
bn
S
hah in
.
An elegant composition concerning
relief after adversity.
Tr. from the Arabic with introd. and notes
by William M. Brainer. New Haven, Conn., Yale University
Press, 1977. 196 p.
P
hilips
, J
ohn
.
A will to survive.
New York, Dial Press/James Wade,
1977. 194 p.
A group of photographs taken by the author in the Jewish
quarter of Jerusalem while under siege by the Arab Legion in
May 1948. His comments include biographical data about some
50 survivors of the ordeal whom he interviewed in 1975.
Q
u inn
, C
arl
U
nderhill
.
The people of Israel.
New York, Peebles
Press, 1977. 174 p.
Visual presentation with photography by Nicolai Conetti.
R
abinowitz
,
H.
R .
Kosher Humor.
Jerusalem, Rubin Mass, 1977.
227 p. Paperbound.
Collection of anecdotes reflecting different types of Jewish
humor.
R
eznikoff
, C
harles
.
Poems 1935-1975: vol. I I of the complete poems
of Charles Reznikoff.
Ed. by Seamus Cooley. Santa Barbara, Calif.,
Black Sparrow Press, 1977, 230 p.
R
osenberg
, D
avid
.
Job speaks: a poet’s Bible.
New York, Harper &
Row, 1977. 101 p.
R
othenberg
, J
erome
with
L
enowitz
, H
arris
and
D
oria
, C
harles
,
eds.
A big Jewish book: poems & other visions of the Jews from
tribal times to present.
New York, Anchor Press, 1978. 634 p.
Over 200 selections from many languages and many periods in
Jewish history.
R
osner
, F
red
.
Medicine in the Bible and the Talmud, selections from
classical Jewish sources.
New York, Ktav/Yeshiva University Press,
1977. 247 p.
S
adoff
, I
ra
.
Palm reading in winter.
Boston, Houghton Mifflin,
1978. 53 p.
Poetry on themes of origins, including the author’s Jewish
origins.