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October 06, 1967 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-06

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Literary Essays in Jewish Book Annual for

Jewish Book. Annual for 5728, ,
published by the Jewish Book
Council of America sponsored by
the Jewish Welfare Board, has
been dedicated to the 50th an-
niversary of JWB. It is an impres-
sive volume and it properly justi-
fies the dedication with the wealth
of material incorporated in it.

Authors of great prominence
and significant teNts combine to
make this a notable work.

S. Y. Agnon, Nelly Sachs, Saul
Tschernichovsky, Abraham Yaari
and other noted writers and their
works are evaluated here. Among
the writers participating in this
volume are Maurice Sa m u e 1,
Charles A. Madison, Cecil Roth,
and a number of others.
A miscellany by Samuel Yosef
Agnon on Holy Writing and
Hebrew Authors is in itself a
most important inclusion in this
compilation.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

8—Friday, October 6, 1967

5728
Enrich Creative Publishing Tasks in JWB's 50th Year

Philadelphia Area Schools Reschedule Scholastic Aptitude Tests

The section dealing with literary , so captured the heart of the golus
anniversaries deserves highest experience, none has become so
commendations. Tschernichovsky unchallengeably the tribune of the
as the "panoramic poet" is the people, as Sholom Aleichem." -
subject of the essay by Eisig
An essay by Isaac Bashevis
Silberschlag. A Yiddish essay by Singer, "The Future of Yiddish
Joseph Hirshaut describes two and Yiddish Literature," • asserts:
Jewish pioneers of Poland—Meir "Whatever may happen to Yiddish
Balaban and Isaac Shipper. The as a spoken tongue, Yiddish litera-
Yiddish and the Hebrew essays ture will abide with the Jews
in this volume appear from left and will bear witness to a most
to right. The Hebrew essay by dramatic era of Jewish history ..."
A. R. Malachi deals with the
Dr. Cecil Roth's authoritative
works of Naftali Tzvi Yehuda Ber-
review of book collectors and
lin. Another Yiddish essay is by
collections enriches Jewish
Mordecai Kosover about Eisig
literary literature. Similarly, the
Meir Dick. The literary anniver-
scholarly essay by former De-
saries section concludes with Isaac
troiter Charles A. Madison on
Barzilay's essay "The Contribu-
"The Rise of the Jewish Book
tion of Shlomo Yehudah Rapoport.
in American Publishing" is a
Sholom Aleichem is the hero
valuable review of literary ac-
of the essay "The Tribune of the
complishments.
Golus" by Maurice Samuel, who
A score of other articles, sur-
utilizes his tribute to describe veys of Jewish literary projects,
Yiddish "as a mode and a language an important essay on Jewish
and to point out that: "In the juvenile literature, add to the
Yiddish language no writer has merits of this year's Book Annual.

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — The
Jewish Community Relations Coun-
cil's committee on religious free-
dom acted quickly to ensure that
Jewish high school students in the
Philadelphia area were not af-

fected by the action of the Educa-
tional Testing Service at Princeton
in setting Oct. 14 — the Day of
Atonement — as one of the dates
for administering the Preliminary
Scholastic Aptitude Test.

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