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K I E V ----AMER ICAN J EW I S H NON - F ICT ION BOOKS
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Proceedings of the American Academy of Jewish Research, v. 18, New York, 1949.
438 p.
Scholarly studies on Jewish history, law, and biblical Hebrew.
P
r
.
osk
.
a u e r
, J
o s e p h
M. A segment of my times. New York, Farrar , Straus, 1950.
288 p.
Autobiography of an eminent lawyer and Jewish leader.
Rabbinical Council of America. Manual of holiday sermons 5710. New York,
Bloch, 1949.
Annual volume of homilies by modern Orthodox rabbis.
R
a b i n o w i t z
, J
a c o b
J . ,
trans. The Code of Maimonides: Book 13, the book of civil
laws. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1949. 345 p.
A translation of a section of Maimonides’ immortal Code.
R a i s i n ,
M
ax
. A
history of the Jews in modern times. Rev. ed. New York, He-
brew Publishing Co., 1949. 508 p.
A revision of a work published in 1919, with a new chapter covering the
period from 1918 to 1949.
R
a s k i n
, S
a u l
.
Five megilloth. New York, 1949. 100 p.
Drawings depicting the scrolls of the Bible — Song of Songs, Ruth, Lamen-
tations, Ecclesiastes, and Esther. Hebrew and English text.
R
e g e l s o n
, A
b r a h a m
,
trans. The haggadah of Passover with supplement by Sidney
B. Hoenig. New York, Shulsinger, 1949. 144 p.
Illustrated edition with English translation and compendium.
R
o b i n s o n
,
H.
W
h e e l e r
.
The cross of Hosea. Philadelphia, Westminster, 1949.
64 p.
The experiences of the prophet in relation to his message.
R
o b i n s o n
, T
h e o d o r e
H
e n r y
.
An introduction to the Old Testament. New York,
Longmans, 1949. 190 p.
A summary of current knowledge on the Bible from a Christian viewpoint.
R
o s e n b e r g
, I
s a a c
.
Collected poems. New York, Schocken, 1950. 240 p.
The first American edition of the works of the Anglo-Jewish poet.
R
o s m a r i n
, T
r u d e
W
e i s s
.
Jewish survival. New York, Philosophical Library,
1949. 404 p.
The spiritual message and the mission of Judaism from the modern Orthodox
point or view.
R
o w e
, G
u y
.
In our image. New York, Oxford University Press, 1949. 197
p .
Selected stories from the Bible with realistic portraits of the prophets and
kings.
R
u n e s
, D
a g o b e r t
D .
Letters to my son. New York, Philosophical Library, 1949.
92 p.
A treatise on contemporary issues.
S
a l e s k i
, G
d a l
.
Famous musicians of Jewish origin. New York, Bloch, 1949.
716 p.
Short biographies.
S
c h a u s s
, H
a y y i m
.
The lifetime of a Jew throughout the ages of Jewish history.
Cincinnati, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1950. 332 p.
The varieties of Jewish religious experience and related customs through
every stage of life.
S
c h i l p p
, P
a u l
A
r t h u r
,
ed. Albert Einstein: philosopher-scientist. Evans ton, 111.,
Library of Living Philosophers, 1949. 781 p.
Einstein’s autobiographical notes and studies by noted students and con-
temporaries on his contributions to science and thought.
S
c h n e e r s o h n
, J
o s e p h
I. Lubavitcher Rabbi’s memoirs. Brooklyn, Kehot, 1949.
319 p.
The autobiography of a modern Hasidic leader and the personal story of
the survival and the reestablishment of this branch of Hasidism.
S
c h o l e m
, G
e r s h o m
.
Zohar: the book of splendor. New York, Schocken, 1949.
122 p.
Selections and interpretations of basic teachings of the Kabbalah.
S
c h w a r z
, K
a r l
.
Jewish artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. New York, Phi-
losophical Library, 1949. 273 p.
Evaluation of outstanding Jewish artists and the development of Jewish art.