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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
W
i s t r ic h
, R
o b e r t
.
Between redemption and perdition: modern antisemitism
and Jewish identity.
New York: Routledge, 1990. 283 p.
Review o f events in the current century in which Jews, both
marginal and committed, played a role.
Y
a d l in
, R
ivka
.
An arrogant oppressive spirit: anti-Zionism as anti-Judaism
in Egypt.
New York: Pergamon, 1989. 135 p.
MISCELLANEOUS
A
d a h a n
, M
ir iam
.
Appreciating people (including yourself!).
Jerusalem:
Feldheim, 1989. 280 p.
Drawing on sources of Judaism, author argues that understand­
ing different personality types should enable us to accept others
as they are and to avoid unrealistic expectations.
American Jewish Year Book 1989; vol. 89.
David Singer and Ruth R.
Seldin, eds. New York: American Jewish Committee / Philadelphia,
PA: Jewish Publication Society, 1989. 588 p.
B
a u er
, Y
e h u d a
et al., eds.
Remembering fo r the future; working papers
and addenda.
Elmsford,
N Y :
Pergamon, 1989. 3 vols. 1302
p .
Proceedings of conference in Oxford, July 1988, to commem­
orate the 50th anniversary of Kristallnacht.
B
eck
, E
velyn
T
o r t o n
.
NiceJewish girls; a lesbian anthology.
Boston, MA:
Beacon Press, 1989. 333 p.
Revised and updated ed. of collection of poetry, stories, auto­
biography, etc.
B
ulka
, R
euven
P.
What you thought you knew about Judaism: 341 common
misconceptions aboutJewish life.
Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 1989.
436 p.
Author first states, then debunks misconceptions in various areas
of Jewish ritual.
Canadian Jewry today: who's who in Canadian Jewry,
ed. by Edward Y.
Lipsitz. Downsview, Ontario: I.E.S.L. Educational Products, 1989.
198 p.
C
a n b y
, C
o u r t la n d t
with
K
o cy bala
, A
r c a d ia
.
A guide to the archeo­
logical sites of Israel, Egypt and North Africa.
New York: Facts on
File, 1990. 278 p.
E
h r l ic h
, J
u d it h
R
am sey
and
R
e h fe ld
, B
arry
J .
The new crowd: the
changing o f the guard on Wall Street.
Boston, MA: Little, Brown,
1989. 444 p.
Portrays new generation of Jewish investment bankers and cor­
poration raiders.
E
l o n
, A
mos
.Jerusalem: city o f mirrors.
Boston,
MA :
Little, Brown, 1989.
286 p.
Analyzes Jerusalem’s powerful hold on the world’s imagination.