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SALAMON FABER
American Jewish Non-Fiction Books
1988-1989
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ART AND LITERATURE
A
b e r b a c h
, D
a v i d
.
Bialik.
New York, Grove Press, 1988. 143 p.
The historical, social and literary background to the poet’s de­
velopment.
B
a r
, S
a m u e l
.
The past continues.
Boston, David R. Godine/Pucker Safrai
Gallery, 1988. unpg.
Volume includes 76 artistic creations symbolically depicting
artist’s experiences in the Holocaust.
B
l o o m
, H
a r o l d
.
Ruin the sacred truths: poetry and belief from Bible to the
present.
Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 1989. 204 p.
D
e m b o
,
L.S.
The monologicalJew; a literary study.
Madison, WI, University
o f Wisconsin Press, 1988. 196 p.
Studies in literary criticism.
F
ic o w s k i
, J
e r z y
,
ed.
Letters and drawings o f Bruno Schulz; with selected
prose.
Tr. by Walter Arendt and Victoria Nelson. New York, Harp­
er, 1986. 236 p.
Study o f literary and artistic creations by Bruno Schulz
(1892-1942), a life-long resident o f Drohobycz, Poland.
G
o l d i n
, J
u d a h
.
Studies in Midrash and related literature.
Ed. by Barry
L. Eichler and Jeffrey H. Tigay. Phila., The Jewish Publication
Society, 1988. 419 p.
Work signals inauguration o f “Scholars o f Distinction” series by
JPS.
Golem! Danger, Deliverance and Art.
Ed. by Emily D. Bilski. New York,
The Jewish Museum, 1988. 128 p.
A catalogue presenting also recent scholarship on the golem.
Foreword by J.B. Singer, with essays by Moshe Idel and Elfi Ledig.
H
a u p t m a n
, J
u d i t h
.
Development of the talmudic sugya: relationship between
Tannaitic and Amoraic sources.
Lanham, MD, University Press of
America, 1988. 243 p.
Discusses point o f view that anonymous Talmudic commentary,
called “stama d ’gemara”, postdates relevant Amoraic statements.
* A number o f books published abroad are also included.
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