The House of Satan, by George Jean Nathan. Alfred A. Knopf. $2.50.
The ‘Diwan’ of Don Tadros Halevi en Abu Alafiah, by Haham Dr. M. Gaster. London: E. Goldston.
What Can a Mother Do? and other stories, by Lily H. Montague. London : Routledge, 5s.
The Dybbuk, by S. Ansky. Boni & Live-right.
The Religion of the People of Israel, by Dr. Rudolf Kittel. McMiilian Co.
Pirke Aboth, by R. Travers Herfold. Block Pub. Co.
Tramping Through Palestine, by Milton J. Goell, New York, Kensington Press. An American Student in Palestine. $2.
L. Pasternak, His Life and Work, by Ch. N. Bialik and Dr. Max Osborn. The Stybel Publishing House, Warsaw, Berlin Branch, 1924. Pasternak’s Art in a Hebrew Monograph.
Land Problems in Palestine, by A. Granovsky. London: Routledge’s Land Problems in Palestine views at close range the work of the National Fund in Palestine and interprets the national and social problems to which it is committed.
Wanderings in the Middle East, by A. Sloan. London: Hutchinson. This account of a recent visit to Palestine, Syria and Iraq has the merit of being written in a simple, unpretentious style which makes it easy and pleasant reading.
Mendel Marants, by David Freedman, New York: The Langdon Pub. Co. Mr. Freedman has written a light, bright, whimsical novel, touched with something of Daudet’s faculty for blending tears and laughter, and has created Mendel.
Beyond the Bosphorus, by Lady Dorothy Mills, New York: Brentano. A record of a journey from Anatolia, through Syria, Palestine and Trans-Jordan to Iraq.
The Jew in the Drama, by M. J. Landa. London: P. S. King & Son. A history of the stage Jew, more especially in England, with a lively excursion on the Yiddish theatre.
Laughs from Jewish Lore. Jacob Richman. A collection of Jewish stories and anecdotes.
Y’Understand, by Montague Glass. Doubleday Page.
Social Life and Institutions, by Jos. K. Hart. World Book Co.
Easter in Palestine; by Dame Millicent Fawcett. F. Fisher Unwin 9s net.
Date of the Exodus in the Light of External Evidence, by J. W. Jack. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark 10s net.
Choice of Pearls. Translated from the Hebrew, by Rev. A. Cohen. New York: Block Pub. Co.
British India: From Queen Elizabeth to Lord Reading, by an Indian Mohamedan. Pitman & Sons, 32s net.
Sketches of Jewish Social Life in the Days of Christ, by Dr. A. Edersheim, Religious Tract. Soc. 6s.
The Lost Kingdom, by Samuel Gordon. London: Shapiro Valentine.
Die Matrasengruft, by Alfred Meisner. Memoirs of Heinrich Heine. Stuttgart, Germany: Robt. Lutz.
The Archive of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency includes articles published from 1923 to 2008. Archive stories reflect the journalistic standards and practices of the time they were published.