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S
in g e r
, I
saac
B
a s h e v i s
.
Scum.
London: J . Cape, 1991. 224 p.
Follows the hero, Max Barander, in his frantic search for sexual
salvation.
S
p ie g e lm a n
,
A r t .
Maus: a survivors tale.
Vol. 2: And here my troubles
began. London: A Deutsch, 1992. 136 p.
A continuation of the Holocaust story in cartoon form where the
Jews are mice, the Germans are cats and the Poles are pigs.
M ISCELLANEOU S
F
r a n k e l
, W
i l l ia m
,
ed.
Survey ofJewish affairs 1991.
Oxford: Blackwell
for the Institute of Jewish Affairs, 1991. 300 p.
M
a s s il
, S
t e p h e n
W., ed.
The Jewish travel guide.
London: Jewish Chron­
icle Publications, 1992. 330 p.
M
a s s il
, S
t e p h e n
W., ed.
TheJewish year book 1992. London: Jewish Chron­
icle Publications, 1992. 308 p.
R
o s e
, E
v e l y n
The new complete international Jewish cookbook.
London:
Robson Books, 1992. 360 p.
S
m i t h
, D
ian a
R
ow la n d
and
G
o l d s t e in
, D
a v id
.
Second supplementary
catalogue of Hebrew books acquired 1893-1960.
London: British Li­
brary, 1992. 300 p.