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Malamud, and Philip Roth. 29:12-
22
.
Hirsch, Julia. Jews in black and white,
and color: books o f photography,
1968-1978. 37:91-100.
Historical writing, Jewish, in America,
by Jane S. Gerber. 39:30-40.
Historiography, Jewish, some prob­
lems today, by Bernard D. Weinryb.
32:54-58.
History, American Jewish, selected
books on, by Nathan M. Kaganoff.
33:51-63.
History, Jewish, a novel source of, by
Judah J. Shapiro. 27:30-34.
Hoenig, Sidney B. Rabbi Isaac Elhanan
Spector: on the occasion of the 75th
anniversary of his death. 28:121-
125; Solomon Zeitlin: on the occa­
sion of his 80th birthday. 29:94-101;
Jewish Book Council o f JWB.
35:264-268; National Jewish Book
Awards. 36:230-234; Meir Bar-Ilan.
37:121-124.
Hoffman, Stefani. Jewish Samizdat.
40:44-53.
Holiness and its discontents , by
Cynthia Ozick. 30:6-11.
Holocaust, abuse in literature, by
David Mirsky. 37:39-48.
Holocaust fiction, on writing, by Yuri
Suhl. 32:50-53.
Holocaust in Hebrew drama, by Yaffa
Eliach. 36:37-49.
Holocaust in Jewish novels, by Edward
Alexander. 35:25-32.
Holtz, Avraham. Hillel Zeitlin: publi­
cist and martyr: on the occasion of
his 100th birthday. 28:141-146.
Hyman, Arthur. Harry Austryn
Wolfson: 1887-1974. 33:137-145.
Identity, Jewish, and Jewish suffering
in Bellow, Malamud, and Philip
Roth, by David H. Hirsch. 29:12-22.
India.
The Literary activities o f the Bne-
Israel,
by Walter J. Fischel. 29:5-11.
The Literary activities of Arabic­
speaking Jews, by Walter J. Fischel.
30:21-26.
Israel, in American fiction, by Harold
U. Ribalow. 36:18-25.
Israel, neo-Hebrew fiction, by Gershon
Shaked. 26:49-57.
Israel, public libraries, Center for, by
Yohai Goell. 36:67-78.
Israel, selected books o f (H), by Ahi
Sefer. 26:224 -239 ; 27:201-216;
28:244-263;
by
Ben-Shalom .
29:187-207; 30:173-194; 31:181-
195; 32 :168 -180 ; 33:253-261;
34:205-212; 35:256-263.
Israel, selected books on, by Sylvia
Landress. 30:27-39.
Israel’s research institutes, some of, by
S. Gershon Levi. 35:56-63.
Israeli literature, images of woman in,
by Rochelle Furstenberg. 40:34-43.
Israeli novelists, new, by Leon I. Yud-
kin. 34:60-67.
Isserles, Rabbenu Moses: on the occa­
sion of the 400th anniversary o f his
death (H), by Asher Siev. 29:79-85.
Ivry, Itzhak. Yehuda Burla — novelist
who opened windows to the Jewish
Orient. 28:87-93; Leah Goldberg —
in memoriam. 29:55-61.
Jabotinsky — master feuilletonist, by
Stanley Nash. 37:132-141.
Jajko, Edward A. The Judaica collec­
tions o f Yale University Library.
35:119-122.
Jewish Book Annual and the Jewish
Book Council, by Philip E. Miller.
40:269-275.
Jewish Book Council,
see
JWB Jewish
Book Council.
Jewish Book Council Literary Awards,
see
National Jewish Book Awards.
Jewish Braille Library, by Jacob Freid
and Richard Borgersen. 32:37-43.
Jewish Studies Microfiche Project, by
Erwin Offenbacher. 36:114-121.
Jewish thought, books in: the decade of
the 1970’s, by Byron L. Sherwin.
37:84-90.
Judaica collections.
Harvard, by Charles Berlin. 26:58-
63.
Yale, by Edward A. Jajko. 35:119-
122
.
Judaica from Israel, selected books on
(H), by Yosef Yitzhak Cohen.
36:212-225; by Michael Riegler.
37:247-257; 38:243-254; 39:253-
264; 40:256-268.