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Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1984. xii, 276 p. (The
Modern Jewish Experience)
Two separate essays: “The Jews in Poland-Lithuania from the
twelfth century to the first partition” by Hundert and “East Eu­
ropean Jewry from the first partition to the present” by Bacon.
Each essay serves as overview and annotation for the following
bibliography o f articles and books in Yiddish, Hebrew, and most
European languages.
The Jewish Experience in America: a Historical Bibliography
[compiled from
periodicals database o f the American Bibliographical Center by
editors at ABC-Clio Information Services]. Santa Barbara, Calif.;
Oxford, England: ABC-Clio, 1983. 190 p.
Contains 827 abstracts o f articles in journals published
1973-1979, arranged alphabetically by author. Comprehensive
subject index.
K a p l a n , J o n a t h a n .
2000 Books and More: an Annotated and Selected Bib­
liography of Jewish History and Thought.
Jerusalem: Magnes Press,
1983. xviii, 483, 16 p.
Contains 2,190 entries in Hebrew, English, French, German,
Portuguese, and Spanish, arranged chronologically from biblical
to modern periods and geographically by Jewish community. Brief
annotations in English for books in European languages and in
Hebrew for books in Hebrew. Guiding principle for selection was
“usefulness.” Indexes o f names in Hebrew and English.
K a r k h a n i s , S h a r a d .
Jewish Heritage in America: an Annotated Bibliogra­
New York & London: Garland, 1988. 434 p. (Garland Ref­
erence Library o f Social Science; v. 467)
Contains 1,100 entries o f books and articles divided into seven
broad categories o f Jewish life in America. Author, title, and sub­
ject indexes.
Lerski, George J
.Jewish Polish Co-existence, 1772-1939: a Topical Bib­
Compiled by George J. Lerski and Halina T. Lerski. New
York: Greenwood, 1986. xiv, 230 p. (Bibliographies and Indexes
in World History; no. 5)
Contains 2,778 entries, organized under thirty-four chapter
headings. Includes English, French, German, Hebrew, Latin, Lith­
uanian, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian, Yiddish and Esperan­
to items. Author and editor index.
O r e n s t e i n , S y l v i a .
Source Book on Soviet Jewry: an Annotated Bibliog­
[New York]: American Jewish Committee, 1981. viii, 116
Contains 651 entries o f books, journals, pamphlets and articles,
including Fiction, published from 1974 to 1980, on Jewish life in
Soviet Union, government policy, anti-Semitism, resettlement in