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CUMULATIVE INDEX
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Schneiderman, Harry: Books o f the
war years, 3:45-51; Necrology,
3:74-79, 4:102-105, 5:101-106,
6:84-88, 7:104-106
Schneps, Maurice. Edmond Fleg,
8:101-103
Schnitzler, Arthur, by Sol Liptzin,
38:141-145
Schocken Publishing house (H ), byJu­
dah M. Rosenthal, 3:*45-*51
Scholem, Gershom, 1897-1982, by
David Biale, 40:154-161
Schotten, Patricia A. Anglo-Jewish
books, 42:290-298, 43:273-284,
44:284-293, 45:270-277,
46:303-312, 47:265-274,
48:289-296, 49:250-256,
50:352-361
Schram, Peninnah. Current collec­
tions o f Jewish folktales, 49:73-84
Schulman, Elias: Soviet-Yiddish liter­
ature, 1918-1948 (Y), 9:*93-*101;
A survey and evaluation o f Yizkor
books, 25:184-191; Israel Tsinberg,
1873-1939, 30:84-89; Soviet Yid­
dish writing as mirrored in
Sovetish
Heimland,
37:49-58; Aaron Zeitlin
(Y), 38:86-97; Yung Vilne (Y),
40:76-88; Di Yunge (Y),
42:125-136; One hundred volumes
o f “masterworks o f Yiddish litera­
ture” (Y), 43:132-140
Schwartz, Bertie G. National Jewish
Book Awards, 34:213-220
Schwartz, J.J. (Y), by A. Glanz-
Leyeles, 20:124-131
Schwarz, Leo W.: Harry A. Wolfson,
20:118-123;
Menorah Journal,
21:49-52; in memoriam, by A. Alan
Steinbach, 26:68-74
Schwarzbaum, Haim. Some recent
works on the ethnology and folk­
lore o f various Jewish communities,
19:23-32
Schwarzfuchs, Simon. Postwar Jewish
literature in France, 22:20-25
Schweid, Eliezer, contribution toJew­
ish thought, by Salamon Faber,
44:80-87
Schweid, Mark, Israel Zangwill (Y),
9:*107-*112
Science in Palestine, Books o f (H ), by
B. Diener, 6:*28-*39
Scientific literature in Yiddish in
America, bibliography (Y), by
Moshe Starkman, [l]:*83-*93
Scult, Mel. A tribute to Mordecai
Kaplan at 100, 38:106-116
Seiger, Marvin L. Sh. Anski, 22:85-88
Selavan, Ida Cohen. A survey o f bibli­
ographies o f Jewish interest,
1980-1990, 48:89-105
Seltzer, Robert M. Graetz, Dubnow,
Baron, 48:169-182
Seman, Philip L., byjustin G. Turner,
16:108-110
Senderey, Moshe. Selected Yiddish
books o f Latin America (Y),
17:28-37
Sephardic Jewry, recent English
works on, by Marc D. Angel,
35:92-96
Sephardim, recent books in English
on, by Marc D. Angel, 49:48-52
Shabtai, Yaakov, transmission o f real­
ity in the fiction of, by Leon I.
Yudkin, 48:132-147
ha-Shahar,
on its 100th anniversary
(H), by G. Kressel, 27:100-105
Shaked, Gershon. The neo-Hebrew
fiction in Israel, 26:49-57
Shakespeare in Hebrew garb, byJosh­
ua Bloch, 14:23-31
Shakespeare translations in Yiddish,
by Adah Boraisha-Fogel, 14:32-37
Shalit, Levi: H. Leivick (Y),
45:99-104; Isaac Leib Peretz (Y),
47:139-144
Shalom, Shin, on the poetry of, by
Harold Fisch, 32:7-14
Shamri, Arie, in memoriam (Y), by
Itzchak Yanasowicz, 36:53-59
Shapiro, Judah J. A novel source o f
Jewish history, 27:30-34
Shapiro, Leon. Yiddish books in the
Soviet Union after Stalin, 24:5-13
Shatzky, Jacob: Velvel Sborzher
Erenkranz (Y), [2]:*96-* 101; Three
Jewish historians (Y), 3:* 106-* 116;
A half-century o f American-
Yiddish literature (Y), 9:*67-*69;
Anski, the folklore messenger (Y),
9:* 113-* 119; Yiddish drama (Y),
10:*106-*115; Solomon Ettinger
(Y), 13:49-54; Sh. Niger (Y),
14:38-45; by Isaiah Trunk (Y),
15:59-63
Shavit, Yaakov. Zionist historiogra­
phy, 42:17-30; Eretz-Israel re­