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K I E V ----AMER ICAN J EW I S H NON - F ICT ION BOOKS
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r e u e r
, J
a c o b
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Fundamentals of Judaism. New York, Feldheim, 1949. 282 p.
The religious philosophy of Samson Raphael Hirsch with selections from
his writings.
B
u b e r
, M
a r t i n
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The prophetic faith. New York, Macmillan, 1949. 247 p.
Historical description of the teaching of the prophets and the history of
Israel’s faith and traditions.
B
u c h w a l d
, N
a t h a n i e l
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Yiddish for adults. New York, Jewish People’s Fra-
ternal Order, 1949. 232 p.
Basic elements of Yiddish grammar and idiomatic usage.
B
u r r o w s
, M
i l l a r
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The Dead Sea scrolls. New Haven, American School of
Oriental Research, 1950. xxiii p. LXI plates.
Reproductions of the manuscripts of the book of Isaiah and the Habakkuk
commentary recently discovered in a cave near the Dead Sea.
C
a s s o u
, J
e a n
.
Glicenstein sculptures. New York, Struck, 1949. 52 p.
Appraisal of the art of Enrico Glicenstein with illustrations of his work.
C
h a g a l l
, M
a r c
.
With notes by the artist and an introduction by Michael Ayrton.
New York, Pi tman, 1950. 24 p.
Reproductions of 10 paintings in color accompanied by selections from his
writings.
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A. Everyman’s Talmud. New York, Dutton, 1949. 403 p.
A summary of the teaching of the Talmud on ethics, religion, folklore and
law with an introduction by Boaz Cohen.
C
o h e n
, M
o r r i s
R
a p h a e l
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Reflections of a wondering Jew. Boston, Beacon, 1950.
168 p.
The philosopher’s view of the American Jewish scene and his reviews of
books on Jewish themes.
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o n k l i n
, G
e o r g e
N
e w t o n
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Biblical criticism and heresy in Milton. New York,
King’s Crown, 1949. 137 p.
John Milton’s Bible exegesis and his translations of Hebrew words and
concepts.
C
o o p e r s m i t h
, H
a r r y
.
The songs we sing. New York, United Synagogue, 1950.
473 p.
Comprehensive collection of Jewish songs arranged with music.
--------- , Companion volume to the songs we sing. New York, United Synagogue,
1950. 177 p.
Contains lyrics only.
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a v i s
, N
a t h a n i e l
A. The voice of the prophet. Los Angeles, Sonia H. Davis,
1949. 75 p.
A volume of Jewish poems.
E
i n s t e i n
, A
l b e r t
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Out of my later years. New York, Philosophical Library,
1950. 282 p.
The scientist’s papers on scientific problems together with his personal be-
liefs and his thoughts about the Jews.
--------- , The world as I see it. New York, Philosophical Library, 1949. 112 p.
Short essays giving his own credo and his views on Zionism and the Jewish
problem.
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i s e n s t e i n
, M
i r i a m
.
Jewish schools in Poland 1919-1939. New York, King’s
Crown, 1950. 112 p.
Study of the leading educational movements, their philosophy and devel-
opment.
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i s n e r
, P
a v e l
.
Franz Kafka and Prague. New York, Golden Griffin, 1950. 100 p.
Kafka’s multi-cultural background.
E
w e n
, D
a v i d
.
The story of Irving Berlin. New York, Henry Holt, 1950. 179
p .
A biography of a son of a cantor who became a great American composer.
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i n e
, M
o r r i s
,
ed. American Jewish Year book. v. 51. New York and Philadelphia,
American Jewish Committee and Jewish Publication Society, 1950. 599 p.
Almanac, chronicle and survey of every field of Jewish activity with dir-
ectories of organizations.
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i n e b e r g
,
S.
A
n d h i l
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Punishment without crime. New York, Doubleday, 1949.
337 p.
A method to combat prejudice and anti-Semitism.