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H
a r k a v y
, A
l e x a n d e r
.
Yiddish-English-Hebrew dictionary.
New York,
Schocken Books, 1988. 583 p.
Re-issue with new introduction by David Katz providing bio­
graphical sketch o f Harkavy’s career and a history o f Yiddish lex­
icography.
Hebrew Union College annual, Vol. LVIII.
Cincinnati, OH, Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute o f Religion, 1988. 324 p.
H
o r o w i t z
, L
a w r e n c e
C.
Taking charge of your medical care.
New York,
Random, 1988. 319 p.
Work advocates caution in indiscriminate uncritical following
o f a physician’s medical guidance.
I
r w i n
-Z
a r e c k a
, I
w o n a
.
Neutralizing memory: the Jew in contemporary Po­
land.
New Brunswick, NJ, Transaction Books, 1989. 207 p.
Attempt to find a rational for continuation o f Jewish life in post­
war Poland.
Jewish Book Annual, Vol. 46, 1988-1989 /5749 .
Jacob Kabakoff, ed. New
York, Jewish Book Council, 1988. 334 p.
Includes a number o f articles on publishing, Jewish scholarship
and bibliographies o f new Jewish books in English, Hebrew and
Yiddish.
K
o z o d o y
, R
u t h
, S
id o r s k y
, D
a v i d
a n d S
u l t a n ik
K
a l m a n
, e d s .
Vision
confronts reality: historical perspectives on the contemporary Jewish
agenda.
R u t h e r f o r d ,
NJ,
F a i r l e i g h D i c k i n s o n U n i v e r s i t y P r e s s ,
1989. 362 p.
A Herzl Press publication focusing attention on newly emerged
complexities 40 years after the founding o f the State o f Israel.
K
r a m e r
, D
a v i d
,
ed . Jewish family; metaphor and memory.
New York, Ox­
ford University Press, 1989. 248 p.
Essays based on papers delivered at the first Henry N. Rapaport
Memorial Conference held at the Jewish Theological Seminary
in May 1985.
M
a r t i n e z
, T
h o m a s
and
G
u i n t h e r
, J
o h n
.
Brotherhood o f murder.
New
York, McGraw-Hill, 1988. 246 p.
Ex-leader o f “The Order” — racist outfit responsible for the
murder o f Alan Berg — speaks out against his former crimes.
R
o s k ie s
, D
a v i d
G., ed.
The literature o f destruction: Jewish responses to
catastrophies.
Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1989. 652 p.
Anthology.
S
c h o e m
, D
a v i d
.
Ethnic survival in America: an ethnography o f a Jewish
afternoon school.
Atlanta, GA, Scholars Press, 1989. 157 p.
S
h a v i t
, D
a v i d
.
The United States in the Middle East; a historic dictionary.
Westport, CT, Greenwood, Press, 1988. 441 p.
The 750 entries in this work describe people, events and insti-