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Includes the following authors: Wm. Heyden, Richard
Michelson, Karen Alkaly-Gut, Sharon Kessler, Marie Syrkin,
Evelyn Posamentier, Annette Bialik Herchik, Marvin Bell, Joseph
Glazer, and Kisa Ress.
F
reedman
, S
eymour
.
Mourning fo r my father.
Jerusalem: Field Publish­
ing, 1989. 128 p.
Poetry by a bereaved son.
F
u rth
, V
alerie
J
acober
.
Cabbages and geraniums; memories o f the Holo­
caust.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1989. 118 p.
Text is illustrated with 60 artworks by the author.
G
anor
, A
vi
and M
ailberg
R
o n
.
Taste of Israel: a Mediterranean feast.
N ew York: Rizzoli,
1990. 240
p.
Album of multicolored photos with descriptive annotations.
G
rossman
, C
issy
.
A temple treasury: the Judaica collection of Congregation
Emanu-El of the City o f New York.
New York: Hudson Mills Press,
1989. 198 p.
Documents some 200 art treasures.
K
aniel
, M
ichael
.
A guide to Jewish art.
New York: Philosophical Li­
brary, 1989. 256 p.
Overview of the history of Jewish art from biblical times to the
present.
K
ellner
, M
enachem
.
The pursuit o f the ideal: Jewish writings of Steven
Schwarzschild.
Albany, NY: State University of New York Press,
1990. 394 p.
K
remer
,
S.
L
il ian
.
Witness through the imagination: Jewish American Holo­
caust literature.
Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1989.
392 p. Paperbound.
Study of Jewish American Holocaust literature focusing on tex­
tual explication of themes and literary method.
L
evine
, J
oseph
A.
Synagogue songs in America.
Crown Point, IN: White
Cliffs Media, 1989. 272 p.
L
indstrom
, N
aom i
.
Jewish issues in Argentine literature; from Gerchunoff
to Szichman.
Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 1989.
205 p.
Examining the works of Jewish authors from 1910 to the pres­
ent, author offers an historical account of Jewish contributions
to Argentine literature.
P
ag is
, D
a n
.
Variable directions.
Tr. from the Hebrew by Stephen Mitch­
ell. New York: North Point Press, 1989. 153 p. Paperbound.
Selections include over 90 previously published poems.
R
amras
-R
auch
, G
ila
.
The Arab in Israeli literature.
Bloomington, IN:
Indiana University Press, 1989. 277 p.
Examines changes in image of the Arab as seen through eyes
of Hebrew writers.