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JEW ISH BOOK ANNUAL
RUBINOWICZ, D
a w id
.
The diary by Dawid Rubinowicz.
Tr. by Derek Bow­
man. Edmonds, Wash., Creative Options Publishing, 1982. 81 p.
Diary of a 12-year-old youngster in the Warsaw ghetto,
1940-1942.
SALBSTEIN,
M.C.N.
The emancipation of theJews in Britain: the question of the
admission of theJews toparliament, 1828-1860.
Rutherford, Fairleigh
Dickinson University Press, 1982. 266 p.
SAUNDERS, E
r n e s t
W .
Searching the Scriptures: a historyofthe Society ofBibli­
cal Literature, 1880-1980.
Chico, CA, Scholars Press, 1982. 128 p.
SCHMIER, LOUIS.
Reflections of Southern Jewry: the letters of Charles
Wesselowsky 1878-1879.
Macon, Ga., Mercer University Press, 1982.
184 p.
SCHNAPPER, DOMlNlQUE.y^wA
identities in France: an analysis of contempo­
rary French Jewry.
Tr. by Arthur Goldhammer. Chicago, University
of Chicago Press, 1983. 181 p.
S
e l z n ic k
, I
r e n e
M
a y e r
.
A private view.
New York, Knopf, 1983. 384 p.
Autobiographical, reflecting the world of Hollywood.
SEPTIMUS, B
e r n a r d
.
Hispano-Jewish culture in transition: the career and con­
troversies of Ramah.
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press,
1982. 180 p.
Winner of the National Jewish Book Award for Scholarship.
SHARED, S
h a u l
.
Irano-Judaica: studies relating toJewish contacts withPersian
culture throughout the ages.
Jerusalem, Ben-Zvi Institute, 1982. 322 +
134 pp.
SHERSHEVSKY, E
s r a
.
Rashi: the man and his world.
New York, Sepher-
Hermon, 1982. 265 p.
Biography highlighting Rashi’s methodology and interpretative
techniques.
S
h u lm a n
, A
b r a h a m
.
The case of Hotel Polski: an account of one of the most
enigmatic episodes ofWWII.
New York, Holocaust Library, 1982. 240
P-
SHULVASS, MOSES A .
The history of theJewish people. Vol. I, the Antiquity; vol.
2, the early Middle Ages.
Chicago, Regency Gateway, 1982. 264 p.; 247
P-
SlMONSOHN, S
h l o m o
,
ed.
The Jews in the Duchy of Milan, vol. one
1378-1477; vol. two 1477-1566.
Jerusalem, Israel Academy of Sci­
ences and Humanities, 1982. 1448 p.
SMOLAR, B
o r i s
.
In the service of my people.
Baltimore, MD, Baltimore
Hebrew College, 1982. 294 p. Paperbound.
Selection of episodes in author’s career as an American Jewish
journalist.
SOFER, EUGENE
F.
From pale topampa: a social history of theJews in Buenos
Aires.
New York, Holmes
8c
Meier, 1982. 165 p.