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Encyclopaedia Judaica year book 1988/9.
Jerusalem: Encyclopaedia Juda­
ica, 1989. 475 p.
Encyclopedia o f the Holocaust.
Israel Gutman, editor-in-chief. New York:
Macmillan, 1990. 1905 p.
Work is in four volumes, paged consecutively, and including
extensive index.
E
p s t e in
, L
aw rence
J.
A treasury ofJewish anecdotes.
Northvale, NJ: Jason
Aronson, 1989. 289 p.
F
ar ia s
, V
ic t o r
.
Heidegger and Nazism.
Ed. byJoseph Margolis and Tom
Rockmore. Tr. by Paul Burrell (French) and Gabriel E. Ricci (Ger­
man). Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1989. 349 p.
Work provides materials for a case study of a philosopher who
cooperated with the Nazi regime.
F
rankel
, W
ill iam
and
L
erm an
, A
n t o n y
,
eds.
Survey o f Jewish affairs
1988.
Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1989.
274 p.
Collection of articles on major issues of Jewish concern.
F
r ie dm a n
, R
obert
I.
The false prophet: Rabbi Meir Kahane from FBI in­
formant to Knesset member.
Brooklyn, NY: Lawrence Hill, 1990. 282
P-
F
r ie dm a n
, S
aul
S.
Without future: the plight of Syrian Jewry.
Westport,
CT: Praeger, 1989. 146 p.
From ancient Israel to modem Judaism: intellect in quest of understanding;
essays in honor of Marvin Fox.
Jacob Neusner, Ernest S. Frerichs,
and Nahum M. Sarna, eds. Four-volume set. Atlanta, GA: Scholar’s
Press, 1989.
Vol. 1 — 292 p.; vol. 2 — 315 p.; vol. 3 — 254 p.; vol. 4 —
235 p.
G
o l d
, D
av id
L.
Jewish linguistic studies.
Haifa, Israel: Association for
the Study of Jewish Languages, 1989. 273 p. Paperbound.
Collection of essays dealing with aspects of various non-Hebrew
languages modified by Jews through infusion of elements from
Hebrew.
G
urock
, J
effrey
,
ed.
Ramaz; school, community, scholarship, and Orthodoxy.
Hoboken,
NJ:
Ktav, 1989. 203 p.
H
a r d u f
, D
a v id
M
e n d e l
.
Transliterated English-Yiddish dictionary; first vol­
ume, A-H.
Willowdale, Ontario: Author, 1989. 231 p.
Hebrew manuscripts; a treasured legacy with a chapter on the Cairo Genizah
by Robert Brody.
Abraham Shoshana, general ed. Cleveland, OH:
Ofek Institute, 1990. 165 p.
H
offm an
, E
v a
.
Lost in translation: a life in a new language.
New York:
Dutton, 1989. 280 p.
Memoir on themes of Polish anti-Semitism, immigrant uproot-
edness, and difficulties of adjustment to American life.