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J EW I S H BOOK ANNUAL
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The studies in Jewish education by Miriam Eisenstein and
Louis Katzoff traced aspects of the philosophy of Jewish educa-
tion. The study of Hebrew in American universities was treated
interestingly by Abraham I. Katsh.
Several volumes of poetry by American Jews and Jewesses
have been issued. Among the Hebrew classics published in Eng-
lish translation were: Maimonides’ Code,
Pirke Aboth
, and the
Passover Haggadah.
The study of Yiddish was made easier for
Americans by the publication of two new manuals.
The assortment and variety of books of Jewish interest reflect
favorably on the cultural vitality of the Jewish community in
the United States.
A
c k e r m a n
, N
a t h a n
W. &
J
a h o d a
, M
a r i e
.
Anti-Semitism and emotional disorder.
New York, Harper , 1950. 135 p.
A psychoanalytic interpretation based on case studies of anti-Semitic in-
dividuals.
A
d o r n o
,
T. W.,
F
r e n k e l
- B
r u n s w i k
, E
l s e
, L
e v i n s o n
, D
a n i e l
J. &
S
a n f o r d
,
R.
N
e v i t t
.
The authoritarian personality. New York, Harper , 1950. 990 p.
A study of the position and function of anti-Semitism in the psychology of
the individual anti-Semite.
A
l l e n
, D
on
C
a m e r o n
.
The legend of Noah. Urbana, University of Illinois, 1949.
221 p.
Folklore based on the biblical story as found in the writings of the middle
ages and the renaissance.
A
y a l t i
, H
a n a n
J. Yiddish proverbs. New York, Schocken, 1949. 121 p.
The Yiddish in transliterated form with an English rendering.
B
a i l e y
, A
l b e r t
& K
e n t
, C
h a r l e s
F. History of the Hebrew commonwealth.
Rev. ed. New York, Scj־ibner, 1949. 415 p.
Biblical history for students with a Christian viewpoint.
B
a m b e r g e r
, B
e r n a r d
J. , ed. Reform Judaism. Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College
Press, 1949. 288 p.
Essays by Hebrew Union College alumni treating recent trends in Reform
Jewish theology and practice.
B
e n
I
s a i a h
, A
b r a h a m
& S
h a r f m a n
, B
e n j a m i n
,
trans. The Pentateuch and Rashi’s
commentary. Genesis. Brooklyn, S. S. & R., 1949. 513 p.
Vocalized text of Rashi’s commentary with linear English translation.
B
e t n u n
, M
a r v i n
J. ABCs of Jewish group leadership. Los Angeles, Leadership
Foundation, 1949. 71 p.
An a ttemp t to present some basic principles of leadership for volunteers.
B
e t t e l h e i m
, B
r u n o
& J
a n o w i t z
, M
o r r i s
.
Dynamics of prejudice. New York,
Harper, 1950. 227 p.
A report of da ta collected from a group of war veterans.
B
i r n b a u m
, P
h i l i p
.
Ethics of the fathers. New York, Hebrew Publishing Co.,
1949. 59 p.
Text o
f Pirke Aboth
with a new English translation.
B
l a u
, J
o s e p h
L. Cornerstones of religious freedom in America. Boston, Beacon
Press, 1949. 250 p.
Basic documents, court decisions and public statements on problems of
separation of church and state.
B
o d e r
, D
a v i d
P. I did not interview the dead. Urbana, University of Illinois
1949. 220 p.
Description of the experiences of displaced persons in Germany.
B
o e h m
, E
r i c
H. We survived. New Haven, Yale, 1949. 308 p.
The stories of 14 of the hidden and the hunted in Nazi Germany, containing
nine interviews of persons of Jewish origin.