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W
a s k o w
,
A.
These holy sparks: the rebirth o f the Jewish people.
London,
H arper
8c
Row, 1984. 224 p.
SOCIAL STUDIES
A
l d e r m a n
, G
eo f fr e y
.
The Jewish community in British politics.
Oxford ,
Clarendon Press, 1983. 233 p. Append, Notes. Ind.
G
i l b e r t
, M
a r t i n
.
TheJews o f hope: theplight o f SovietJewry today.
London,
Macmillan, 1984. 240 p.
G
o u l d
, J
u l iu s
.
Jewish commitment: a study in London.
London, Institute o f
Jewish Affairs, 1984. 123 p.
A sociological inquiry carried out in 1969-70 in which 217
London Jews were interviewed in connection with their identifica­
tion with Judaism.
P
i n k u s
, B
e n j a m i n
.
The Soviet government and the Jews 1948-1967.
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1984.
R
ic h a r d s o n
,
H. G.
EnglishJewry under Angevin Kings.
New ed. London,
Greenwood, 1983. 313 p.
R
o d i n s o n
, M
a x im e
.
Cult, ghetto and state: persistence o f theJewish question.
T r. from the French by J. Rothschild. London, Zed Press, 1983. 240
P-
F IC T ION
A
d l e r
, R
u t h
.
Beginning again.
London,
H
odder & Stoughton, 1983. 288
P-
Story o f a Jewish couple, communists and parents o f two school-
age boys, trying to reconstruct their life after the separation o f war.
A
p p e l f e l d
, A
h a r o n
.
Badenheim, 1939.
T r. from the Hebrew by D.
Bilu.
New ed. London, Dent, 1984.
B
l a i r
, L
e o n a
.
A woman s place.
London, Arrow , 1983.
Spanning four decades o f the twentieth century, this is the story
o f a Jewish family and its distant American and Israeli branches.
F
r ie d m a n
, R
o s e m a r y
.
Rose o fJericho.
London, Gollancz, 1984. 223
p.
A sequel to the novel
Proofs o f affection
it follows the fortunes o f
the Sheldon family and in particular Kitty whose husband died at
the end o f the first book.
G
ro s s
, J
o e l
.
This year inJerusalem.
London, Piatkus Books, 1984. 304
p.
K
o n r a d
, G
e o r g e
.
The loser.
London, Allen Lane, 1983. 316 p.
Hungary ’s transformation from a fascist to a communist state and
one man’s mental and physical disintegration in the face o f adversity
are depicted.
K
r e i t m a n
, E
s t h e r
.
Deborah.
T r. by Maurice Carr. London, Virago,
1983. 366 p.