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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
The invisible thread: a portrait o f Jewish American women.
Philadelphia,
PA: Jewish Publication Society, 1989. 224 p.
Interviews by Diana Bletter; photographs by Lori Grinker.
Jewish Book Annual; vol. 47, 1989-1990 /5750 .
Jacob Kabakoff, ed. New
York: JWB Jewish Book Council, 1989. 297 p.
Jewish Law Association studies IV; the Boston Conference volume.
Ed. by
Bernard S. Jackson. Atlanta, GA: Scholar’s Press, 1990. 190 p.
Collection of scholarly papers delivered at the Association’s bi­
ennial international congress in Boston, summer 1988.
J
o n e s
, A
l fred
.
Jones’ dictionary o f Old Testament proper names; keyed to
Strong’s exhaustive concordance.
Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel, 1990.
382 p.
K
atzo f f
,
Adina A., ed.
Louis Katzoff
an American Jewish educator;
collected essays and studies.
Jerusalem: B.A.L., 1989. 207 p.
K
l en ick i
, L
eon
and
N
e u h a u s
, R
ich ar d
J
o h n
.
Believing today: Jew and
Christian in conversation.
Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1989. 108
P-
Exchanges of views between the authors re: Holocaust, Jews,
Jesus, anti-Semitism, conversion and other topics.
K
o c h
, E
dw ard
I.
and
J
o n e s
, L
eland
T.
All the best: letters from a feisty
mayor.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1990. 286 p.
Though not a first rate work from a literary standpoint, book
reflects complexities of a seemingly uncontrollable metropolis.
L
ic h t e n s t e in
, T
eh il la
.
Applied Judaism; selected Jewish Science essays.
Ed. by David Friedman. New York: Society of Jewish Science,
1989. 605 p.
L iebm a n , C h a r l e s S.
and
C o h e n , S t e v e n
M.
T
wo
worlds of Judaism:
the Israeli and American experiences.
New Haven,
C T
: Yale University
Press, 1990. 202 p.
Explores how Israeli and American Jews differ in their concep­
tions of Judaism.
M
o z e so n
, I
saac
E.
The word: the dictionary that reveals the Hebrew source
of English.
New York: Shapolsky, 1989. 310 p.
Analysis of 80,000 English words which confirms midrashic hy­
pothesis that all languages derive from Hebrew origins.
N
eu sn er
, J
a c o b
.
Translating the classics ofJudaism in theory and in practice.
Atlanta, GA: Scholar’s Press, 1989. 158 p.
Proceedings o f The Rabbinical Assembly eighty-ninth annual convention March
26th to March 30 , 1989; vol. LI.
New York: The Rabbinical As­
sembly, 1900. 349 p. Paperbound.
R
om an el l i
, S
am ue l
.
Travail in an Arab land.
Tr. from the Hebrew by
Yedida K. Stillman and Norman A. Stillman. Tuscaloosa, AL: Uni­
versity of Alabama Press, 1989. 222 p.