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Work focuses on changing perspectives derived from dialogue
between biblical scholars and literary critics in interpreting the He­
brew Bible.
R
u sse l l
, D
a v id
S
yme
Daniel.
Phila., Westminster, 1981. 234 p.
Part o f the series “Daily Study Bible.”
S
o g g in
,
J.
A
l b e r t o
. /
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s
;
a commentary.
Tr. from the Italian
b y
J. Bow­
den. Phila., Westminster, 1981. 305 p.
Studies in the Book of Esther.
Selected with a prolegomenon by Carey A.
Moore. New York, Ktav, 1982. 612 p.
Tov,
I
m a n u e l
.
The text-critical use o f the Septuagint in biblical research.
Jerusa­
lem, Simor, 1981. 343 p.
W
e ing r e e n
,
J.
Introduction to the critical study o f the text o f the Hebrew Bible.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1982. 103 p.
W
e s t
, J
am es
K
in g
.
Introduction to the Old Testament.
2nd ed. New York,
Macmillan, 1981. 609 p.
The Writings
-
Kethubim. A new translation of the Holy Scriptures.
Phila.,
Jewish Publication Society, 640 p.
Yehoshua: the Book o fJoshua
/
a new translation with commentary anthologized
from talmudic, midrashic, and rabbinic sources.
New York, Mesorah,
1982. 479 p.
H I S TORY AND B I OGRAPHY
A
n k o r i
, Z
v i
.
Giacomo Foscarini and the Jews of Crete - a reconsideration.
Tel
Aviv, Diaspora Research Institute, Tel Aviv University, 1981. 118 p.
Paperbound.
Monograph about fall o f Crete in the 17th century to the Turkish
empire.
A
v in e r i
, S
h l o m o
.
The making o f modern Zionism.
New York, Basic Books,
1981. 244 p.
History o f Zionism with attention to the philosophy o f the move­
ment and the thought o f its leading exponents.
A
v n i
, H
a im
. S p a m ,
theJews, and Franco.
Tr. from the Hebrew by Emanuel
Shimoni. Phila., Jewish Publication Society, 1982. 259 p.
B
ar
A
d o n
, P
e s a h
.
The Cave o f the Treasure: the find s o f the caves in Nahal
Mishmar.
Jerusalem, Israel Exploration Society, 1980. 243 p.
Work deals with the artifacts discovered in the excavations.
B
a u e r
, Y
e h u d a
and
R
o t e n s t r e ic h
, N
a t h a n
,
eds.
The Holocaust as historical
experience; essays and a discussion.
New York, Holmes & Meier, 1981.
288 p.
An attempt to provide a framework for historical research; in­
cludes various approaches to Holocaust studies.
B
a u m
, R
a in e r
C.
The Holocaust and the German elite: genocide and national