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J EW I S H BOOK ANNUAL
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L
e a f
, R
e u b e n
.
Hebrew alphabets. New York, Leaf Studios, 1950.
Artistic lettering for students and designers.
L
e o n a r d
, L
e a h
W. Jewish cookery. New York, Crown, 1949. 497
p .
Recipes for the American Jewish home.
L
e w y
, I
m m a n u e l
.
The birth of the Bible. New York, Bloch, 1950. 254 p.
Attributing a par t of the Bible to the prophet Nathan.
L
o f t s
, N
o r a h
.
Women in the Old Tes tament . New York, Macmillan, 1949. 178 p.
Por traits of twenty women of the Bible.
L
o m b a r d o
, J
o s e p h
V
i n c e n t
.
Chaim Gross, sculptor. New York, Dalton House,
1949. 300 p.
A s tudy of the artist and his skill.
L
o w e n t h a l
, L
e o
& G
u t e r m a n
, N
o r b e r t
.
Prophets of deceit: a study of the
techniques of the American agitator. New York, Harper , 1949. 164 p.
Organized anti-Semitism and its methods.
M
a c a r t h u r
, K
a t h r y n
W. The Bible and human rights. New York, Woman’s
Press, 1949. 94 p.
An exploration of the Bible as the basis of modern human rights.
M
a s s i n g
, P
a u l
W. Rehearsal for destruction. New York, Harper , 1949. 341 p.
A study of political anti-Semitism in imperial Germany.
M
a u s k o p f
, A
a r o n
.
The religious philosophy of the Maharal of Prague. New York,
Hammer , 1949. 108 p.
Rabbi Judah Lowe’s concepts of Torah, ethics, the Jewish people and their
redemption.
M
a y e r
, M
o r d e c a i
.
Israel’s wisdom in modern life. New York, Pardes, 1949.
350
p .
Homiletic application of rabbinic thought to modern problems.
M
e n d e l e
M
o c h e r
S
e f o r i m
(Abramowitch,
S . ) .
The travels of Benjamin I I I .
New York, Schocken, 1949. 122 p.
A humorous story by the “Grandfather” of modern Yiddish literature.
M
e n d e l s o h n
, I
s a a c
.
Slavery in the ancient Near East. New York, Oxford Uni-
versity Press, 1949. 162 p.
A comparative study of slavery in ancient Babylonia, Assyria, Syria, and
Palestine.
M
iller
, S
elig
J.
The Samaritan Molad Mosheh. New York, Philosophical
Li-
brary,
1949. 371
p.
Samaritan legends about the birth of Moses.
M
i l l n e r
, S
im o n
L. Isaac Lichtenstein. New York, Machmadim Art Editions,
1949. 32 p.
Reproductions of paintings by Lichtenstein with an introduction by Millner.
M
o r g e n s t e r n
, J
u l i a n
. A
s
a mighty stream. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication
Society, 1949. 442 p.
The progress of Judaism through history, and Reform Judaism as the mani-
festation of religious evolution.
O
l s v a n g e r
, I
m m a n u e l
.
L ’Chayim. New York, Schocken, 1949. 192 p.
Yiddish humorous stories in the original rendered in transliteration.
O
t t
, L
i l l i a n
R
e z n i c k
.
Teardrops and dew. New York, Exposition Press, 1949.
176 p.
Poems touching many aspects of Jewish experience, belief and practice.
P
a a s s e n
, P
i e r r e
V
a n
.
Why Jesus died. New York, Dial, 1949. 283
p .
A study of the sources about the trial under the Roman rulers of Palestine.
P
ark
.
e s
, J
a m e s
.
A history of Palestine. New York, Oxford University Press,
1949. 391
p .
The post-biblical history of Palestine.
P
f e i f f e r
, R
o b e r t
H. History of New Tes tament times with an introduction to
the apocrypha. New York, Harper , 1949. 581 p.
An introduction to the sources for the history of the “ Second Common-
wealth.”
P
r i c e
, I
ra
M
a u r i c e
.
The ancestry of our English Bible. Rev. ed. New York.
Harper, 1949. 349 p.
The story of the Bible’s transmission through the centuries with new chap-
ters on textual criticism.