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S A L A M O N FABER
American Jewish Non-Fiction Books
1985-1986
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ART AND L ITERATURE
Aberbach, David.
At the handles of the lock: themes in thefiction of S.J. Agnon.
New York, Littman Library o f Jewish Civilization/Oxford Univer­
sity Press, 1985. 221 p.
Analysis o f major psychological themes in Agnon’s works.
A b r am s o n , G l e n d a an d P a r f i t t , T u d o r , eds.
The great transition: the
recovery of the lost centers of modern Hebrew literature.
T o t ow a ,
NJ,
R owm an & A l la n h e ld ,
1985. 176 p.
A g am , Y a a c o v .
Art andJudaism: a conversation between Yaacov Agam and
Bernard Mandelbaum.
Jerusalem, Keter, 1985. 184 p.
A l -R a h e b , N a h i .
The Zionist character in the English novel.
Totowa,
NJ ,
Biblio, 1985. 212 p. Paperbound.
Author explores Jewish and Zionist characters in English fiction
between 1817 and 1967.
B e r g e r , A l a n
L.
Crisis and covenant: theHolocaust in AmeicanJewishfiction.
Albany, State University o f New York Press, 1985. 226 p.
B lum , J a k u b
and
R ic h , V e r a .
The image of theJew in Soviet literature; the
post-Stalin period.
Hoboken,
NJ ,
Ktav, 1985. 276 p.
B o k s e r , B en Z io n .
Stirrings of the heart.
New York, Ben Zion Bokser
Memorial Foundation, 1985. 67 p.
Selection o f poems.
B r in , H e r b .
My Spanish years and other poems.
Middle Village, NY , Jona­
than David, 1985. 82 p.
C o h e n , E d w a r d
M.
NewJewish voices: playsproduced by theJewish Repertory
Theatre.
Albany, State University o f New York Press, 1985. 301 p.
C om p to n , Su san .
Chagall.
New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1985. 280 p;
342 illustrations including 110 in color.
Catalog o f exhibition o f Chagall’s work at the Philadelphia
Museum o f Art in April 1985.
Daughters of Yemen.
Tr. from the Arabic by Mishael Maswari Caspi.
Berkeley, University o f California Press, 1985. 264 p.
Compilation o f poems recited by Yemenite Jewish women.
* A number o f books published abroad are also included.
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