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SALAMON FABER
American Jewish Non-Fiction Books
1982-1983*
ART AND LITERATURE
A ron ,
I
sa a c
.
To
live again; poems.
New York, Shengold,
1982. 62 p.
in
English +
80 p.
in Yiddish.
B
a rgad
, W
a r r e n
.
Ideas infiction: the works of Hayim Hazaz.
Chico, CA,
Scholars Press, 1982. 172 p.
Vol. 31 in the “BrownJudaic Studies”series discussing the literary
output of the Hebrew author.
B
a u m g a r t e n
, M
u r r a y
.
Cityscriptures: modemJewish writing.
Cambridge,
Mass., Harvard University Press, 1982. 185 p.
B
it t o n
- J
a c k so n
, L
iv ia
.
Madonna or courtesan?: theJewish woman in Chris­
tian literature.
New York, Seabury Press, 1982. 138 p. Paperbound.
Work focuses on myths that have shaped attitudes toward women
and toward Jews throughout the ages.
C
h ia t
, M
a r il y n
J
o y c e
S
e g a l
.
Handbook ofSynagogue architecture.
Chico,
CA, Scholars Press, 1982. 404 p. Paperbound.
Includes data pertaining to ancient Synagogues, especially in
Israel.
C
o s t a n z a
, M
a r y
S.
The living witness: art in the concentration camps and
ghettos.
New York, The Free Press, 1982. 196 p.
D
o m b
, R
is a
.
The Arab in Hebrewprose 1911-1948.
Totowa, NJ, Vallentine
Mitchell, 1982. 180 p.
E
l ia c h
, Y
a f f a
.
Hasidic tales of the Holocaust.
New York, Oxford Univer­
sity Press, 1982. 266 p.
Includes scholarly annotations.
F
u c h s
, E
s t h e r
.
Encounters with Israeli authors.
Marblehead, MA, Micah
Publications, 1982. 92 p.
Interviews with nine writers about their work.
*A number of books published abroad are also included.