New York: Macgraw-Hill Book Company. Hardcover. Undated. Thin 4to. Solid copy of this emotional book. In linen covered boards with black titling to spine and black/gold illustration on front board. Red ribbon bookmark undamaged and bound in. In cream, illustrated dust jacket with black title to spine. Toning to jacket overall, more evident on spine panel. Some edgewear including long closed tear along edge of rear flap and small, somewhat crude, tape repair to front edge. 80 pages. HOLOCAUST/121521. Very Good / Very Good.
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New York: Random House, 1952. Hardcover. Modern Library Edition. #298 SCARCE IN JACKET. Green cloth boards with gilt titling to spine. Slight toning to text block. Occasional soiling to margins otherwise a clean copy. Cream paper dust jacket with black title to spine. Jacket has moderate edge wear and minor rubbing to spine and back panel. 285 pages. HOLOCAUST/121521. Very Good / Very Good.
Nürnberg: Schwabach, 1947. Paperback. Uncommon. Text in German. Contents include: Burial-Camp of Treblinka, the terrible steam-death, Traitors Died, Be Happy, Ghetto in Flame and Blood, Jewish Police, Jewish Resistants are Working, Prophet of the 20th Century, Treblinka: A Song, and more. Bound in tan paper wrappers with title in German and Russian to front cover and title with contents in English to rear cover. Chipping to wrappers with tear along spine panel. Paper is brittle and corners of first twenty pages including front cover are creased and torn. Previous owner signature in pen to rear cover. Browning to interior. Includes photographic illustrations. 48 pages. HOL/060722. Very Good.
Radnor, PA: Hilton Book Company, 1974. Hardcover. First Edition. In fine black cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Clean with slight toning to pages. In white dust jacket with red title to spine and front cover. Light wear to edges of jacket and light rubbing to panels. 181 pages. JUD/091115. Fine / Very Good.
Munich: Central Historical Commission, 1947. Paperback. Text is in Yiddish with English title page and photo captions. Includes 10 photographs, songs, reports on war prisoners, eye-witness reports of the forest of white Russia, first hand experiences from the war, extermination of Jews in East-Galicia, and more. This is number 4 in a series of 10 issues. Bound in tan paper wrappers with remnants of a postcard and stamp to front wrapper. Minor creasing to wrappers and bumping to corners. Clean interior. 122 pages. JUD/060722. Very Good.
London: University of London / Athlone Press, 1957. Paperback. Lecture delivered on 12 March 1957. Octavo in light blue side-stapled paper wrappers with red title to front cover. Browning to edges of wrappers, minor soiling and small dampstain to front wrappers. Clean interior. 36 pages. JUD/090815. Very Good.
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc, 1966. Hardcover. SIGNED and inscribed by the author. "'After Auschwitz' represents a significant breakthrough in contemporary Jewish theology. American writers dealing with modern Judaism have been concerned with two major problems - the destruction of the German Jewish community and the identity of the Jew in America. Richard Rubenstein brings the two subjects together and reaches beyond them for the meanings relevant to a modern secular society" (jacket). Brown cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Clean and bright. In black and tan dust jacket with white title to spine. Fading to spine panel of jacket, minor chipping to edges, and rubbing to panels. 287 pages. JUD/060722. Very Good / Very Good.
Baltimore: The Romm Press, Inc., 1942. Hardcover. PRESENTATION COPY, INSCRIBED by author on ffep. Very good blue cloth w/bright gilt to cover and spine. Corners, spine ends worn; scuffing to rear board. Interior is clean (though a couple pages have light soiling in margins) and text bright. Tight binding. Bookplate to front pastedown. Ephemera relating to Rabbi Silverstone laid-in. Silverstone was the Rabbi of the Tifereth Israel Congregation in Washington, D.C.144 pp. Judaic Studies. JUD/10033. Very Good.
Arlington, VA: Turtle Light Press, 2017. Hardcover. Number 7 of 18 copies. This is a magnificent artist’s book that pays homage to one of the greatest Hebrew-language poets, Yehuda Amichai. The Amichai Windows is an exquisite bilingual artist’s book in Hebrew and English of Amichai’s poems that opens a window on love, war, and being Jewish today. Through his poetry Amichai sang of the everyday experiences of private individuals caught in the middle of war and historical events. He was often considered for the Nobel Prize in Literature and his poems have been translated into more than 30 languages. Book artist and poet, Rick Black, fell in love with the poetry of Yehuda Amichai even before working for the Associated Press and The New York Times in Jerusalem, where he resided for six years. He particularly loved Amichai’s poems that dealt with family, love and war. He spent ten years creating this limited-edition artist’s book of the poet’s work. The book offers a visual odyssey through Jewish history as filtered through 18 poems. Each poem is wrapped and folded in an individual, handmade paper triptych. When one opens each triptych, one discovers a different world within. The book incorporates replicas of some of Amichai’s original, handwritten poems as well as over 100 collaged images of Jewish history and life that have been culled from archives around the world. There are also replicas of Amichai’s handwritten poems. Printed on handmade paper with deckled edges, with gold leaf highlights and blind embossments in some of the designs. The collection of triptychs and a 28 page guide are housed in a box enclosure shaped like a Jerusalem window. With a special introduction written by the eminent Hebrew literary critic and translator, Professor Robert Alter of the University of California at Berkeley. The newsletter of the American Jewish Libraries Association called The Amichai Windows “a major contribution to American arts and letters.” (Artist’s statement and descriptions). The book recently won the Isaac Anolic Jewish Book Arts Award. In fine condition. Fine.
New York: Harcourt, Brace, and Company, 1935. Hardcover. First Edition. Leonard Woolf (1880 - 1969) was an English author, publisher, and political theorist. This title is a criticism of fascism in which he mockingly compares Hitler and Mussolini to statues of Hawaiian war gods (pictures included). Includes an appendix with a note on anti-Semitism. Brown cloth boards with white title to spine. The title remains legible; however, some of the color has chipped off. Lacks front free endpaper. Old price marking in marker to half title page. Offsetting to endpapers and minor toning to margins, else clean. Very good condition. Includes four photographic illustrations. 201 pages. Very Good.