The Menorah Journal. Volume XII, No. 3, June-July, 1926.

New York: The Menorah Journal, 1926. Softbound. Royal octavo, paper covers with wear at the corners, b/w frontispiece illustration by Mane Katz (Portrait of a Writer), iv, 225-336, v-viii pp., ads. Very Good. Item #51421

Articles are "Toward an Analysis of the Problem of the Jew," Waldo Frank, "The Book with Everything In It," Marvin Lowenthal, "Reuben Cohen Enters American Life," Irwin Edman, "Abishag: A Poem," Andre Spire, "The Mediterranean Religion," Jel Blau, "Sculpture: Art Insert," Chana Orloff, "Chana Orloff: Sculptor," Andre Salmon, "Chaper for a Fashionable Jewish Novel," Lionel Trilling, "The Crypto-Jews of Portugal," Samuel Schwarz, Letters From Abroad "Berlin: Ukrimean Progress," Louis Fischer, "Moscow: In the Russian World of Letters," Valentine Parnach, "Notes for a Modern History of the Jews," E.E.C., "Boaz Makes Up His Mind," Irving Fineman, "A la Russe," Clifton P. Fadiman, "Adventures in Ivrit," Lotta Levensohn, etc.

Price: $15.00

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