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FABER/AMERICAN JEWISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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Nov. 28—Dec. 3, 1982 Tel Aviv-Jerusalem. Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Uni­
versity (and) Hebrew University o f Jerusalem, Institute for Re­
search on Dutch Jewry, 1984. 568 p.
Eban , A bba .
Heritage: civilization and theJews.
New York, Summit Books,
1984. 354 p.
Discussion o f contacts between Jews and various civilizations
which they encountered in the course o f history.
E d e l s t e i n ,
Dov
B e r i l .
Worlds torn asunder.
New York, Ktav, 1985. 176 p.
Reminiscences from and about the lost Jewish world.
E i l e n b e r g , A n n a .
Breaking my silence.
New York, Shengold, 1985. 139 p.
Autobiographical account by survivor o f the Lodz ghetto.
E l a z a r , D a n i e l J u d a h
and
C o h e n , S t u a r t A .
The Jewish Polity: Jewish
political organization from biblical times to the present.
Bloomington,
Indiana University Press, 1985. 303 p.
Presents overall picture o f the political system o f the Jewish polity
and the various regimes which have served the Jewish people.
E n g e lm a n , B e r n t .
Germany without Jews.
Tr. from the German by D.J.
Beer. New York, Bantam, 1984. 380 p.
Examines losses sustained by Germany as a result o f Nazi persecu­
tions.
Germany without Jews.
Tr. by D.J. Beer. New York, Bantam Books, 1984.
380 p. Paperbound.
Balance sheet showing the effect o f Nazis’ destructive anti-Jewish
policies upon present-day Germany.
E n d e lm a n , J u d i t h E.
TheJewish community of Indianapolis 1849 to the pres­
ent.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1984. 303 p.
Stresses role o f Jewish merchants in the 19th century in the eco­
nomic development o f middle size cities.
E r e n s , P a t r i c i a .
The Jew in American cinema.
Bloomingdale, Indiana
University Press, 1984. 455 p.
Survey and analysis o f over 800 feature films with Jewish charac­
ters and themes.
Ezra, a new translation with a commentary anthologized from talmudic,
midrashic and rabbinic sources.
Brooklyn, Mesorah, 1984. 207 p.
F a lk , C a n d a c e .
Love, anarchy, and Emma Goldman.
New York, Holt,
Rinehart and Winston, 1984. 603 p.
Biography o f the anarchist leader.
F ierm an , F l o y d S.
Guts and ruts: theJewish pioneer on the trail in the Ameri­
can Southwest.
New York, Ktav, 1985. 217 p.
F in g e r , S e ym o u r M a x w e l l .
American Jewry during the Holocaust.
New
York, Holmes & Meier, 1984. 65 p. + 332 p. appendices.
F l em in g , G e r a l d .
Hitler and the f ina l solution.
Berkeley, University o f
California Press, 1984. 219 p.