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season.
Ed. by Walter E. Rast and R. Thomas Schaub. Ann Arbor,
Mich., American Schools o f Oriental Research, 1981. 190 p.
S
l a t e r
, R
o b e r t
.
Golda: the uncrowned queen of Israel.
Middle Village, N.Y.,
Jonathan David, 1981. 277 p.
S
o c h e n
, J
u n e
.
Consecrate every day: the public lives o fJewish American women
18 8 0 -1 9 8 0 .
Albany, State University o f New York Press, 1981.
167 p.
Traces development o f roles o f women inspired by Judaism and
American concepts o f freedom.
S
p a n ja a r d
, B
arr y
.
Don'tfence me in!: an American teenager in the Holocaust.
Sangua, Calif.,
B & B
Publishing,
1 9 8 1 . 2 0 6
p. Paperbound.
Autobiographical work.
S
t a r k o p f
, A
d am
.
There is always time to die.
Edited by Gertrude Hirschler.
New York, Holocaust Library, 1981. 242 p.
Autobiography o f Holocaust survivor.
S
t e r n
, E
llen
N
o r m a n
.
Elie Wiesel: witness f o r life.
New York, Ktav, 1982.
199 p.
Biography based on personal interviews.
S
t r a u s s
, W
a l t e r
,
ed.
Signs o f life: Jews from Wuerttenberg; reports f o r the
period after 1933 in letters and descriptions.
New York, Ktav, 1982.
389 p.
Teg,
N
e c h am a
.
Dry tears: the story o f a lost childhood.
Westport, Conn.,
Wildcat Publishing, 1982. 216 p.
Autobiographical work from the era o f the Nazi regime in Poland.
The third campaign at Tell el-Ful; the excavations of 1964.
Ed. by Nancy L.
Lapp. Ann Arbor, Mich., American Schools for Oriental Research,
1981. 313 p.
T
im m e rm an
, J
a c o b o
.
Prisoner
without a name, cell without a number.
Tr. from
the Spanish by Toby Talbot. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1981.
164 p.
Memoir o f imprisonment in Argentina.
T
o b a c k
, D
a v id
.
The journey o f David Toback, as retold by his granddaughter
Carole Malkin.
New York, Schocken, 1981. 216 p.
Autobiographical; original text written in Yiddish.
Ugarit in retrospect:fifty years o f Ugarit and Ugaritic.
Ed. by Gordon Douglas
Young. Winona Lake, Ind., Eisenbrauns, 1981. 238 p.
Proceedings o f symposium held at the University o f Wisconsin at
Madison, February 28th, 1979, under auspices o f the Middle West
Branch o f the American Oriental Society and Mid-West Region o f
the Society o f Biblical Literature.
T
r a in in
, I
saa c
N.
In my people’s service: history o f the Department of Religious
Affairs 1 9 52 -1980 .
New York, Commission on Synagogue Relations,
Federation o f Jewish Philanthropies o f New York, 1981. 395 p.
Vol. I l l o f author’s
My communal diary
focusing on developments