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SALAMON FABER
American Jewish Non-Fiction Books
1989-1990*
ART AND LITERATURE
A
rzt
, W
alter
.
Remember; poems.
New York: Foundation for Future
Generations, 1989. 183 p.
Bilingual — Yiddish and English, paged consecutively on themes
of Holocaust, Israel, America, the family, the family of man.
B
ohlman
, P
h il ip
V. “
The land where two streams flow ”: music in the
German-Jewish community of Israel.
Champaign, IL: University of Il­
linois Press, 1989. 257 p.
Examines German-Jewish contributions to the musical culture
of Israel.
B
raham
, R
andolph
,
ed.
Reflections o f the Holocaust in art and literature.
New York: City University of New York, 1990. 166 p.
B
urnshaw
, S
tanley
; C
arm i
,
T.;
S
picehandler
, E
zra
,
eds.
The modern
Hebrew poem itself.
New York: Harvard University Press, 1989. 231
P-
Revised and updated edit, o f book published in 1965, augment­
ed with a new essay on Hebrew poetry from 1965 to 1988.
C
ohen
, D
avid
et al, eds.
The Jews in America.
San Francisco: Collins,
1989. 223 p.
Composite photographic portrait of contemporary American
Jewish life.
C
ron in
, G
loria
L. and
G
oldman
,
L.H., eds.
Saul Bellow in the 1980 ’s;
a collection o f critical essays.
E. Lansing, MI: Michigan State Uni­
versity Press, 1989. 328 p.
C
zarnecki
, J
o seph
.
Last traces: the lost art o f Auschwitz.
New York: Ath-
eneum, 1989. 175 p.
Photographs of paintings, drawings, and graffiti left behind by
the inmates of Auschwitz.
F
lorsheim
, S
tuart
J., ed.
Ghosts o f the Holocausts; an anthology o f poetry
by the children o f Holocaust survivors.
Detroit, MI: Wayne State Uni­
versity Press, 1989. 190 p.
* A number o f books published abroad are also included.
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