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G
o l d m a n
, H
e r b e r t
G .
Fanny Brice: the original funny girl.
New York:
Oxford Univ. Pr., 1992. 208 p. Bibl., discog., filmog., radiog.,
stageog., ix.
G
o r d o n
, L
y n d a l l
.
Shared lives.
1st American ed. New York: Norton,
1992. 285 p.
The author’s life in South Africa.
G
r o s sm a n
, B
a r b a r a
W.
Funny woman: the life and times of Fanny Brice.
Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Pr., 1992. 287 p. Bibl., ix.
H
ig h a m
, C
h a r l e s
.
Merchant of dreams: Louis B. Mayer, M.G.M., and the
secret Hollywood.
New York: D. I. Fine, 1993. 488 p. Bibl., ix.
I
s a a c s o n
, W
a l t e r
.
Kissinger: a biography.
New York: Simon & Schuster,
1992. 893 p. Bibl., ix.
The definitive biography to date, this is an essential addition.
J
e z e r
, M
a r t y
.
Abbie Hoffman: American rebel.
New Brunswick: Rutgers
Univ. Pr., 1992. 345 p. Bibl., ix.
Highly recommended; witty, absorbing, and significant.
K
h a n g a
, Y
e l e n a
w it h
S
u s a n
J
a c o b y
.
Soul to soul: a Black Russian Amer­
ican family, 1865-1992.
1st ed. New York: Norton, 1992. 317 p.
I x .
K
l e e b e r g
, J
u l i u s
J .
Recollections of a medical doctor in Jerusalem: from
Professor Julius J. Kleeberg’s notebooks, 1930-1988.
Ed. by P. Gillon.
New York: Karger, 1992. 174 p.
K
o c h
, E
dw a r d
I.
Citizen Koch: an autobiography.
With Daniel Paisner.
1st ed. New York: St. Martin’s Pr., 1992. 281 p. Ix.
K
r a s n o
, R
e n a
.
Strangers always: a Jewish family in wartime Shanghai.
Berkeley: Pacific View Pr., 1992. 218 p. Ix.
The story o f a family o f Russian emigres to China during the
Sino-Japanese conflict, 1937-1945.
Line five, the internal passport: Jewish family odysseys from the USSR to the
USA.
Ed. by Elaine Pomper Snyderman and Margaret Thomas
Witkovsky. Chicago: Chicago Review, 1992. 289 p.
A significant book containing the oral histories o f 50 Soviet Jews
who immigrated to the Chicago area between 1988 and 1990.
M
a r x
, G
r o u c h o
.
Love, Groucho: letters from Groucho Marx to his daughter
Miriam.
Ed. by Miriam Marx Allen. Boston: Faber and Faber, 1992.
241 p.
A collection o f letters written from 1945 through 1955; Groucho
comments on his radio show and Hollywood friends. Not a nec­
essary purchase, but fun to read.
P
a s a c h o f f
, N
a o m i
E.
Great Jewish thinkers: their lives and work.
West
Orange,
N .J . :
Behrman House, 1992. 223 p.
P
a t a i
, R
a p h a e l
.
Between Budapest and Jerusalem: the Patai letters,
1933-1938.
Salt Lake City: Univ. o f Utah
P r . ,
1992. 333 p. Ix.