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SALAMON FABER
American Jewish Non-Fiction Books
1980-1981
*
ART AND LITERATURE
A
bramson
, G
l enda
.
Modern Hebrew drama.
New York, St. Martin’s, 1979.
232 p.
Depicts development o f Hebrew drama in the past 30 years.
Artists of Israel: 1920 -1 9 8 0 .
New York, Jewish Museum, 1981. 151 p.
Paperbound.
Exhibition catalogue with essays by Moshe Barasch, Yona Fischer,
and Ygal Zalasana.
B
en
-Z
io n
.
The 3 6 unknown: thirty six etchings 1971 -5 .
Tel Aviv, Eked, 1980.
79 p.
Etchings and corresponding poetic texts on the theme o f 36 in
whose merits the world is sustained.
B
lum en th a l
, M
ic h a e l
.
Sympathetic magic.
Huntington, N.Y., Water Mark
Press, 1980. 92 p. Paperbound.
Poetry, including Jewish themes.
B
o t h w e l l
, E
t t a
K.,
Alienation in theJewish American novel of the sixties.
Rio
Piedras, Puerto Rico, Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1980. 227 p.
Paperbound.
Danzig 1939 : treasures o fa destroyed community.
New York, Jewish Museum,
1980. 141 p.
Essays on the Jewish community in Danzig and catalogue o f its
treasures on exhibit at the Jewish Museum.
E
stess
, T
ed
L.,
Elie Wiesel.
New York, Frederick Ungar, 1980. 131 p.
Analysis o f background and philosophy o f the author.
E
zrah i
, S
dira
D
e
K
ov en
By words alone: the Holocaust in literature.
Chicago,
The University o f Chicago Press, 1980. 262 p.
Analysis o f literary works on the Holocaust.
* A number of books published abroad are also included.
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