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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
W
e in s t e in
, L
ew is
H.
Masa: odyssey o f an American Jew.
Boston, MA:
Quinlan Press, 1989. 314 p.
Autobiographical.
W
ill en berg
, S
am u e l
.
Surviving Treblinka.
Tr. from the Polish by
Naftali Greenwood. Ed. by Wladyslaw Bartoszewski. New York:
Basil Blackwell, 1989. 210 p.
Describes Treblinka from which he escaped following the revolt
in 1943.
W
i s t r ic h
, R
obert
S.
The Jews o f Vienna in the age o f Franz Joseph.
New
York: Oxford University Press, 1989. 696 p.
Analysis of the Viennese Jewish community in the 19th century.
RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
A
ll sw ang
, B
e n z io n
.
the f ina l resolution: combating anti-Jewish hostility.
Jerusalem: Feldheim, 1989. 293 p.
Study o f philosophical and psychological causes o f anti-
Semitism.
A
p p e l
, G
e r s io n
,
ed. and trans.
The concise code of Jewish Law, vol. two;
a guide to prayer and religious observance on the Sabbath.
Hoboken,
NJ: Ktav, 1989. 550 p.
Compiled and translated from Kitzur Shulhan Arukh.
B
a r t h
, L
ew is
M., ed.
Brit Milah in the Reform context.
Los Angeles,
CA: Brit Mila Board of Reform Judaism, 1990. 246 p.
B
er l in
, G
eorge
L.
Defending the faith: nineteenth-century American Jewish
writing on Christianity and Jesus.
Albany, NY: State University of
New York Press, 1989. 207 p. Paperbound.
Study of the 19th-century American-Jewish perception of Chris­
tianity and Jesus.
B
e s d in
, A
braham
R., ed.
Man o f faith in the modern world; reflections
of the Rav (vol. 2), adopted from lectures of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik.
Hoboken, NJ: Ktav, 1989. 164 p.
B
e t t e l h e im
, B
r u n o
.
Freud’s Vienna and other essays.
New York: Alfred
A. Knopf, 1989. 282 p.
18 essays grouped in three parts: psychoanalysis, children, and
Holocaust, all reflecting author’s cultural background.
B
ir n b a um
, D
a v id
.
God and evil: a unified theodicy!theologyIphilosophy.
Hoboken, NJ: Ktav, 1989. 266 p.
Author discusses problem of how concept of an all merciful God
can be reconciled with the existence of evil.
B
l e ic h
,
J.
D
a v id
.
Contemporary halakhic problems; vol. 3.
Hoboken, NJ:
Ktav/Yeshiva University Press, 1989. 415 p.
B
o y a r in
, D
a n ie l
.
Intertextuality and the reading o f Midrash.
Bloomington
& Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1990. 161 p.