Psychotherapy with the Orthodox Jew.
London, Jason Aronson, 1994. 8°. 179 pages. Original cloth with dustjacket. Close to perfect condition. The publication really has 179 pages, not as falsely indicated, 200 pages.
First Edition. Israel, 1952. 17.8 cm x 24.5 cm. 184 (3) pages. Original Hardcover with illustrated dustjacket in protective Mylar. Very good condition of the volume itself with only minor signs of external wear and a small chip to the spine. The rare dustjacket with fraying and some larger chips, but now protected by Mylar. Wonderfully inscribed by Sutzkever and with a little drawing on the endpaper. Extremely rare yiddish publication.
Revolt in Judea: The Road to Masada. The eyewitness account by Flavius Josephus of the Roman campaign against Judea, the destruction of the Second Temple; and the heroism of Masada. Condensed and adapted for modern readers b Alfred H. Tamarin.
First Edition. New York, Four Winds Press, 1968. 22 cm x 28 cm. 157 pages. Illustrated with numerous photographs. Original Hardcover with original dustjacket in protective Mylar. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear.
Exodus. Illustrated by Harlan M. Karkovitz.
Signed Limited Edition. Pennsylvania, The Franklin Library, 1977. 16 cm x 25,5 cm. 720 Pages. Original Hardcover. Full leather with gilt lettering and ornament. Gilt edges. Beautifully singed by Leon Uris. Small smudge to the fore-edge of the book. Otherwise in excellent condition. Enclosed is a little pamphlet: “Note from the Editors”.
The Guide To Israel. With over 650 Illustrations and a General Map of Israel.
Ninth edition, Revised. Jerusalem, Sole Agency 1966. 12 cm x 17 cm Original Hardcover with gilt lettering on spine and front cover with dustjacket in protective Mylar. Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. A few scrabbles on the front flap in ballpen.
Tunisia and the Modern Barbary Pirates. Illustrated with Photographs and a Map.
London, C. Arthur Pearson Limited, 1899. 15 cm x 22 cm. Frontispiece, XVI, 341 pages. 72 photographic illustrations. One fold-out map of Tunisian region as frontispiece. Hardcover [publisher’s original green cloth] with gilt lettering on spine and front board. Vignette on front board. Top gilt edge. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Minor wear evident at spine ends. Some foxing to endpapers and pastedowns. Otherwise interior is bright and clean.
Sammelband of rare publications on Ophthalmology / Ophthalmologie and Calabar Bean as a Remedy / The Sammelband includes: 1. [Friedrich Wilhelm Ernst Albrecht von Graefe] – “Ueber Calabar Bean” – Auszug aus einem Vortrag gehalten in der Berliner medicinischen Gesellschaft am 24.Juni, 1863. 3 pages / 2. [Friedrich Wilhelm Ernst Albrecht von Graefe] – Vorträge aus der Gräfe’schen Klinik, zusammengestellt und mitgetheilt von Dr.Engelhardt – I. Ueber Amblyopie und Amaurose (p.129 – p.144 aus dem Monatsblatt fuer Augenheilkunde, 1865) / 3. Vorträge aus der Gräfe’schen Klinik – Fortsetzung: Heilbare Form congestiver Amblyopie mit normalem Gesichtsfeld – (p.193 – p.275 aus dem Monatsblatt fuer Augenheilkunde, 1865) / 4.[Friedrich Wilhelm Ernst Albrecht von Graefe] – Ueber v. Hasner’s Kritik der Linearextraction. – Separat-Abdruck aus den Klinischen Monatsblaettern fuer Augenheilkunde (Januar-Heft). Rostock, Carl Boldt, 1868. 20 Seiten / 5. [Friedrich Wilhelm Ernst Albrecht von Graefe] – Noch ein Wort an den Verfasser der “Neuesten Phase”. (p.259 – 269)//.
Rostock u.a., Carl Boldt u.a., c. 1863 – 1868. Octavo. Private Hardcover with original offprints and pamphlet bound in. Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. Extremely scarce and early publications by the pioneer of German ophthalmology.
Tradition and Change. The Development of Conservative Judaism.
Second printing of the first edition. New York, The Burning Bush Press, 1964 16x 24 cm. 477 pages. Original Hardcover with dustjacket in protective Mylar. Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. Former library copy with the typical stamps and markings (Simmons College Library).