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The Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies and the United
Hebrew Schools has published
Margoliot Moshe Nobel (The
Pearls of Wisdom of .Moshe
Nobel). This volume is a collec-
tion ofarticles that the late Mr.
Nobel published during his
years as a principal at the
United Hebrew Schools and as a
professor of Hebrew and Yiddish
languages at,the Midrasha.
The book begins with a series
of appreciations by his col-
leagues and friends. Alex
Roberg, a former principal at
UHS wrote a short biography of
Mr. Nobel. There are apprecia-
tions by Philip Helper, a stu-
dent; Albert Elazar, former
superintendent at the United
Hebrew Schools; Abraham
Zentman, a colleague; and Rae
Goodman, a former teacher.
There are also appreciations .wrote for Louis LaMed, Michel
by Dr. Zvulun Ravid, a member Michlin and others; contempor-
of the staff at the Jewish ary affairs; a review of Jewish
Theological Seminary in New literature in Romania; the re-
York, and by Wolfe Snyder, turn to religion in Israel; the
active in the Detroit Jewish problems of young people in Is-
rael and other articles. Included
The book is divided into sev- is the farewell address of Mr.
eral sections, including literary Nobel to the United Hebrew
criticism in which Mr. Nobel Schools staff.
speaks about his views on con-
The book was edited by the
temporary Israeli literature. He late Rabbi Max Weine, Mrs.
comments on the poetry of Nira Lev, and Dr. Gerald A.
Michael Deshe, Arnold Band, H. Teller. The cover design is by
Levick and Yehoash, the famous Mrs. Ilse Roberg and the book
translator of the Bible into Yid- was financed through the
dish and his relationship to the endowment funds of UHS.
Hebrew language. There is a
To purchase Margoliot Moshe
section on women and women Nobel, call the Midrasha, 352-
poets in Israel; eulogies he 7117.
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New York — Authors of ten
works on aspects of Jewish life
have been announced as win-
ners of the 1986 National.
Jewish Books awards by Blu
Greenberg, president of the
JWB Jewish Book Council. The
winning authors will be honored
at a ceremony June 3 in New
The winners are:
Jewish Thought — David
Hartman for A Living Covenant:
The Innovative Spirit in Tradi-
tional Judaism (The Free Press).
Biography — Jehuda
Reinharz for Chaim Weizmann:
The Making of a Zionist Leader
(Oxford University Press).
Fiction — Arnost Lustig for
The Unloved: From the Diary of
Perla S., translated by Vera
Kalina-Levine (Arbor House).
Holocaust — Raul Hilberg for
The Destruction of.the European
Jews: Revised and Definitive
Edition (Holmes and Meier).'
Israel — Steven L. SpiegeL for-
The Other Arab-Ifiraeli Conflict:
Making America's- Middle East
Policy from Truman to Reagan
(University of Chicago Press).
Jewish History — Robert
Liberles for Religious Conflict in
of Orthodox 'Judaism in
Frankfurt Am Main, 1838-1877
(Leo Baeck Institute'Greenwood
Scholarship — Michael
Fishbane for Biblical Interpreta-
cient Israel (Oxford
tion in An
Visual Arts — Carol Herselle
Krinsky for Synagogues of
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Europe: Architecture, History,
Meaning (The Architectural
History Foundation`MIT Press).
Children's Literature — Linda
Atkinson for In Kindling Flame:
The Store of Hannah Senesh,
1921-1944 (Lothrop, Lee &
Illustrated Children's Book —
Florence B. Freedman for
Brothers, illustrated by Robert
Andrew Parker (Harper & Row).
A cash prize of $750 and a
certificate of recognition will be
giveri to each winning author,
afid reitEttior wititrpreserted •
to the publisher.