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FABER / AMERICAN JEW ISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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Definitive study of the Akedah as one of the central events in
all of human history.
S
y r k in
, M
a r i e
.
Gleanings: a diary in verse.
Santa Barbara, Ca., Rhythms
Press, 1979. 108 p.
T
a u b e
, H
e r m a n
.
A chain of images; poe tic notes.
New York, Shul-
singer, 1979. 180 p. Paperbound.
Bilingual, Yiddish and English, volume of poetry about author’s
travels to Poland, Romania and Israel, which reveal the soul of
a Holocaust survivor.
BIBLE STUDIES
B
r o w n l e e
, W
i l l ia m
H.
The Midrash Pesher of Habakuk.
Missoula,
Mont., Scholars Press, 1979. 220 p.
Includes text, translation, exposition and introduction.
B
r y c e
, G
l e n d o n
E.
A legacy of wisdom: the Egyptian con tribu tion to
the wisdom of Israel.
Cranbury, N.J., Associated University
Presses, 1979. 336 p.
C
h i l d s
, B
r e v ar d
S.
In troduction to the O ld Testament as Scripture.
Philadelphia, Fortress Press, 1979. 688 p.
Ezekiel; commentary on the book . . . chapters 1-24 by W alter Zim-
merli.
Tr. by Ronald Clements. Ed. by Frank Moore Cross and
Klaus Baltzer. Philadelphia, Fortress Press, 1979. 509 p.
F
i s h b a n e
, M
i c h a e l
.
T ex t and texture: close readings of selected
biblical texts.
New York, Schocken, 1979. 154 p.
Examines the unique arts of biblical prose, prayer and prophecy.
F
it z m y e r
, J
o s e p h
A .
A wandering Aramean: collected Aramean essays.
Missoula, Mont., Scholars Pess, 1979. 290 p.
Studies concerning Aramaic texts, discovered in recent decades,
which shed light on various problems in the New Testament.
L
a n g t o n
, S
t e p h e n
.
Commentary on the Book of Chronicles.
Ed. with
an introd. by Avrom Soltman. Ramat-Gan, Bar-Ilan University
Press, 1978. 272 p.
L
e i b o w it z
, N
e h a m a
.
Studies in Vayikra (Leviticus).
Tr. and adapted
from the Hebrew by Aryeh Newman. Jerusalem, World Zionist Or­
ganization, Department for Torah Education and Culture in
the Diaspora, 1980. 362 p.
L
o a d e r
,
J.
A .
Polar structures in the Book of Qohelet.
Berlin, Walter
de Gruyter, 1979. 136 p.
Study of phenomenon of polarization—patterns of tension created
by the counterposition of two elements to one another—which
leads to a literary explanation of Qohelet.