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p e r b e r
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Midrash Yerusholem: a metaphysical history ofJerusalem.
Jerusalem, WZO Torah Education Department, 1982. 120 p.
The unique status of Jerusalem in Rabbinic thought.
Succos— its significance, laws, andprayers.
Brooklyn, N.Y., Mesorah, 1982.
128 p.
Anthology of talmudic and traditional sources.
The Talmud of the Land ofIsrael; vol. 33, Abodah Zarah; apreliminary transla­
tion and explanation.
Tr. by Jacob Neusner. Chicago, University of
Chicago Press, 1982, 234 p.
The Talmud of the Land of Israel; vol. 34, Horayot and Niddah, a preliminary
translation and explanation.
Tr. by Jacob Neusner. Chicago, Univer­
sity of Chicago Press, 1982. 243 p.
T
w e r s k y
, I
s a d o r e
.
Studies inJewish Law and philosophy.
N ew
York,
K tav ,
1982. 226 + 75 pp.
Selection of articles dealing witih: 1. aspects of medieval rabbinic
literature; 2. Maimonidean studies; 3. intellectual history ofJews in
Southern France.
W
in k l e r
, G
e r s h o n
.
The soul of the matter: a psychological and philosophical
study oftheJewishperspective on the odysseyofthehuman soul before, during
and after “life.”
New York, Judaica, 1982. 85 p. Paperbound.
The wisdom in the Hebrew alphabet: the sacred letters as a guide toJewish deed
and thought.
Brooklyn, NY, Mesorah, 1983. 239 p.
SOCIAL STUDIES
B
erg m a n n
, M
a r t in
S. and
M
il t o n
E.
J
u c o v y
,
eds.
Generations of the
Holocaust.
New York, Basic Books, 1982. 338 p.
In-depth study of the ways in which children of Holocaust surviv­
ors carry on the suffering of their parents.
CHARNY, I
s r a e l
W.
How can we commit the unthinkable?: genocide; the
human cancer.
Boulder, Colo., Westview Press, 1982. 430 p.
A series of challenging ideas for reducing potential destructive
tendencies at various levels in human experience— individual, fam­
ily and group.
Cooking time around the world: favorite receipes of the International Council of
Jewish Women.
Memphis, Tenn., International Council of Jewish
Women, 1982. 190 p. Paperbound.
K
in d e r l e h r e r
, J
a n e
.
Cooking kosher: the natural way.
Middle Village,
N Y ,
Jonathan David, 1983. 346 p. Paperbound.
K
r e f e t z
, G
e r a l d
.
Jews and money; the myths and the reality.
New Haven,
Ticknor & Fields, 1982. 267 p.
Carefully researched study of the age-old myth that Jews control
the world’s money resources.