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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
R
u b i n s t e i n
, H
il a r y
L.
Jews in Victoria, 1835-1985.
London, Allen &
Unwin, 1986. 284 p.
S
e id e l
, G
il l
.
The Holocaust denial: antisemitism, racism and the new right.
Leeds, Beyond the Pale Collective, 1986. 202 p.
S
h e n k e r
, B
a r r y
.
Intentional communities: ideology and alienation in commu­
nal societies.
London, Routledge
8c
Kegan Paul, 1986. 283 p. (Inter­
national library of group psychotherapy and group process. Thera­
peutic communities series).
Comparative studies of kibbutzim, Hutterites and therapeutic
communities. Based on the author’s research and personal experi­
ences.
S
ic h r o v s k y
, P
e t e r
.
Strangers in their own land: youngJews in Germany and
Austria today.
Tr. from the German by Jean Steinberg. London, I.B.
Tauris, 1986. 165 p.
S
il v e r
, K
e n n e t h
E. and
G
o l a n
, R
o m y
.
Circle ofMontparnasse:J ewish art­
ists in Paris, 1905-45.
London, Lund Humphries, 1986. 128 p.
T
e e m a n
, L
o u i s
.
Footprints in the sand.
Leeds, the Author, 1986. 768 p.
Reminiscences of immigrant life in Leeds.
V
i s h n i a c
, R
o m a n
.
Vanished world.
New ed. London, Penguin, 1986. 200
P-
Paperback edition of this very evocative album of photographs of
Polish Jewry.
FICTION
D ’A
l p u g e t
, B
l a n c h e
.
Winter in Jerusalem.
London, Seeker
8c
Warburg,
1986. 256 p.
An account of a woman’s search for self in a divided country.
B
e r n s t e i n
, M
a r c e l l e
.
Salka.
London, V. Gollancz, 1987. 320 p.
Traces the heroine’s fortunes from turn-of-the-century Russia
thru Germany and Austria to London.
E
b e r s o h n
, W
e s s e l
.
Klara’s visitors.
London, V. Gollancz, 1987. 288 p.
A biting satire on Hitler and the Nazis told in the form of an imag­
ined journal kept by Hitler.
F
r i e d m a n
, R
o s em a r y
.
To live in peace.
London, J. Piatkus, 1987. 320 p.
Third volume of the trilogy: Proofs of affection and Rose of
Jericho.
G
e r s h o n
, K
a r e n
.
Thefifth generation.
London, V. Gollancz, 1987. 192 p.
Story of a young German-Jewish refugee who is horrified to be
told that he is Hitler’s illegitimate son.
H
a l e v i
, Z
e
ev
B
e n
S
h im o n
.
The anointed: a Kabbalistic novel.
London,
Arkana, 1987. 240 p.
A dramatic story of the Inquisition in fifteenth century Spain.