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CUMULATIVE INDEX
413
Judaism in the Encyclopedia o f reli­
gion, by Jay Harris, 46:33-43
Juvenile Book Awards, Jewish, survey
and evaluation, by Marcia Posner,
35:78-91
Juvenile books, American Jewish: by
Jacob S. Golub, 9:27-29; by Augusta
Saretsky, 10:19-21; by Fanny
Goldstein, 11:27-31, 12:114-119,
13:89-92, 14:101-104, 15:116-119,
16:131-135; by Miriam Leikind,
17:111-114; by Dorothy K. Kripke,
18:162-165, 19:152-156; by Sophia
N. Cedarbaum, 20:164-167,
21:166-169, 22:151-154,
23:159-162, 24:141-144,
25:290-294; by Sophia N.
Cedarbaum, 26:171-176; by Ruth
C. Kanner, 27:148-154,
28:195-200; by Hilda B. Wagner,
29:142-146, 30:127-132; by Fannie
Chipman, 31:137-140; by Deborah
Brodie, 32:118-121, 33:194-199,
34:143-148; by Nettie Frishman
and Marcia Posner, 35:192-200; by
Marcia Posner, 36:163-168,
37:196-204, 38:192-197,
39:202-208, 40:276-280,
41:225-232, 42:250-257,
43:236-242, 44:244-250,
45:229-237, 46:268-276,
47:227-237, 48:244-255,
49:210-219, 50:310-323
Juvenile literature: Yiddish (Y), by
Yudel Mark, 3:*136-*141; in Pales­
tine (H ), by Eliezer Friedland,
4:*48-*50; Jewish child in book-
land, by Fanny Goldstein, 5:84-100;
American-Jewish, during the past
25 years, by Sophia N. Cedarbaum,
25:192-203; Fifty years o f Jewish
children’s books, by Marcia W.
Posner, 50:81-98
Kabak, Aharon A., the heroic quest,
by Norman Tarnor, 40:120-126
Kabakoff, Jacob: Summary o f He­
brew section, [l]:77-79; Zionist lit­
erature from Palestine, 3:26-31;
Recent Hebrew books, 4:59-67,
5:29-40, 6:43-52, 7:50-57, 8:42-47,
9:30-35; Recent books in Israel,
10:26-31; An appraisal o f Ameri­
can Hebrew literature (H ), 13:9-19;
Israeli literature in English garb,
16:55-67; Bialik’s works in English
translation, 17:73-81; Hillel Bavli
(H ), 20:76-84; S.Y. Agnon’s works
in English translation, 25:39-41; A
quarter century o f American He­
brew letters, 25:204-213; Israel
Efros, poet-philosopher: on the oc­
casion o f his 80th birthday,
28:105-109; Eliezer ben Yehuda
and the Hebrew rebirth: on the oc­
casion o f the 50th anniversary o f his
death, 29:67-72; Simon Halkin —
man o f letters: on the occasion o f his
75th birthday, 31:62-66; Abraham
Shlonsky (1900-1973) — poet o f
modernism, 32:15-21; The Centen­
ary o f the first book o f Hebrew-
Yiddish poetry in America,
34:26-31; Introduction, 35:1-4,
36:1-5, 37:1-5, 38:1-5, 39:1-6,
40:1-6, 41:1-5, 42:1-7, 43:1-5,
44:1-5, 45:1-4, 46:1-6, 47:1-5,
48:1-5, 49:1-5, 50:1-7; On Dov
Sadan (H), 35:74-77; The Ameri­
can
Hameassef,
38:42-46
Kabbalah, a decade o f books on, by
Zeev Gries, 47:60-72
Kaganoff, Nathan M.: Library o f the
American Jewish Historical Society,
28:72-78; selected books on Ameri­
canJewish history, 33:51-63; Select­
ed books on American Jewish biog­
raphy, 33:64-71; American Hebrew
books (H), 36:169-180, 37:205-213,
38:198-212, 39:209-224,
40:220-231, 41:233-246,
42:258-272, 43:243-258,
44:251-267, 45:238-254,
46:277-289, 47:238-254,
48:256-276, 49:220-236; Rabbinic
literature in the United States,
1761-1917, 47:50-59; Rabbinic lit­
erature in the United States,
1918-1939, 48:72-88
Kahn, Lothar: Jew in postwar Ger­
man literature, 24:14-22; French-
Jewish writers, 25:60-69; Three
Central European writers,
41:100- 111; American Jewish liter­
ature after Bellow, Malamud and
Roth, 45:5-18
Kahn, Shalom J: Some younger poets
o f Israel, 18:20-37; Another Bialik,
41:70-82
Kahn, Yitzhak. Pioneers o f Yiddish