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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
F
r ied m a n
, M
a u r ic e
.
Encounter on the narrow ridge: a life ofMartin Buber.
New York: Paragon House, 1991. 512 p.
G
e l l m a n
, E
z r a
,
ed.
Essays on the thought and philosophy of Rabbi Kook.
Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1991. 296 p.
G
l a z e r s o n
, M
a t t i s y a h u
.
Letters of fire : mystical insights into the Hebrew
language.
Spring Valley, NY: Feldheim, 1991. 278 p.
Explores the hidden meaning of the letters and words of He­
brew, and the kabbalistic concepts inherent in them.
G
o o dm a n
,
L.E.
On Justice: an essay in Jewish philosophy.
New Haven,
CT: Yale University Press, 1991. 296 p.
G
r e e n
, A
r t h u r
.
Seek my face, speak my name: a contemporary Jewish the­
ology.
Northvale, NJ: J . Aronson, 1992. 296 p.
The president of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College and
a founder of the Havurah movement, presents a major statement
of his theology.
H
a n d e lm a n
, S
u san
A .
Fragments of redemption: J ewish thought and literary
theory in Benjamin, Scholem, and Levinas.
Bloomington: Indiana Uni­
versity Press, 1991. 416 p.
Examination of the ideologies of three of the most vital Jewish
thinkers of our time.
H
a r r i s
, J
a y
M .
Nachman Krochmal: guiding the perplexed of the modern
age.
New York: New York University Press, 1991. 356 p.
An in-depth analysis of the work of the 19th century thinker
and historian.
J
a c o b s
, L
o u i s
.
Religion and the individual: aJewish perspective.
New York:
Cambridge University Press, 1992. 163 p.
K
a s im o w
, H
a ro ld
and
B
y ro n
L.
S
h e r w in
,
eds.
No religion is an island:
AbrahamJoshua Heschel and interreligious dialogue.
New York: Paulist
Press, 1991. 205 p.
Essays testifying to the enduring legacy of Rabbi Heschel’s per­
sonality and thought.
K
e l l n e r
, M
e n a c h em
.
Maimonides on Judaism and the Jewish people.
Al­
bany: State University of New York Press, 1991. 168 p.
Explores Maimonides’ philosophy, ethics, and his views on
prophecy, providence, immortality, Gentiles, proselytes, etc.
K
u s h n e r
, L
a w r e n c e
.
God was in this place
I did not know: finding
self, spirituality and ultimate meaning.
Woodstock, VT : Jewish Lights
Publishing, 1991. 192 p.
Using Jacob ’s dream as a starting point, Kushner introduces sev­
en spiritual masters who have interpreted the verse, thereby open­
ing a window into Jewish spirituality.
Midrash on Proverbs.
T r . from the Hebrew with an introduction and
annotations by Burton L. Visotzky. New Haven, CT : Yale Uni­
versity Press, 1992. 160 p.